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.
Food Portions Toolkit
My Menu Planner
Learn more about food preparation and cooking.
Kale belongs to the same family of vegetables as cabbage, collards, broccoli and Brussels sprouts. Compared to some leafy greens, kale has a somewhat mild taste.
Oats have many health benefits. Here we’ll explain why you should make oats your breakfast more often.
Preparing food on your own for the first time? Here are some tips to help make inexpensive choices.
Grilling, broiling, baking, roasting and sauteing use dry heat to keep in flavour without added fat.
Cooking foods with ‘wet heat’ seals in flavour without added fat. Read on to learn about healthy cooking using wet heat.
Top 10 lower sodium choices
What is a Dietitian?
Diabetes Menu Plan