Dietitians believe in the power of food to enhance lives and improve health, without fads and gimmicks to deliver life-changing advice.
Dietitians empower their patients, clients, and communities to embrace food, to understand it, and to enjoy it. The advice and information they provide is tailored to their clients and patients personal needs and challenges, including taste and accessibility. They are regulated health professionals that undergo comprehensive training to allow them to translate the science of nutrition into terms everyone can understand.
Find out more here about dietitians and the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist.
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If you have diabetes, general meal planning is important to help manage your blood glucose level. Find out about carb counting and if this type of meal planning will work for you.
If you have diabetes, you can still eat foods that contain carbohydrates! Read on to find out more about carbohydrates and how they affect people with diabetes.
If you have Type 2 diabetes or are at risk for developing it, eating fibre-rich foods can help you control your blood glucose levels and keep you feeling your best. Read on to learn more about the benefits of fibre and how to make it part of your healthy diet.
Most people enjoy the taste of something sweet. Many foods are naturally sweet. Other foods are made with sugar to add a sweet taste. Here is what you need to know about sugar and sweet foods if you have diabetes.
Artificial sweeteners are sugar substitutes that have a sweet taste. There are many different types of sweeteners available.
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