With so much information out there about food and nutrition, it can be hard to know what to believe. Don’t get caught in the information spin. Start your nutrition journey off right. Start with a dietitian.
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Dietitians … offer clarity
Whether you are looking to improve your relationship with food, manage a health condition or to enhance athletic performance, dietitians can help. No fads. No gimmicks. Just up-to-date science and a commitment to helping you understand the connection between food and your physical, mental and emotional health.
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Dietitians … have credentials
As recognized health professionals, dietitians are licensed and provincially-regulated.
For dietitians, this means specialized university training in science and nutrition, passing a licensing exam, maintaining ethical standards and continuing to update knowledge and skills to meet regulatory requirements. For you, this means clarity and peace of mind.
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Dietitians … are covered under many employee health benefits plans
If you have coverage through an employee health benefits plan, you could be eligible to receive reimbursement for dietitian services. Check your employee plan to see if you’re covered!
Dietitians not covered under your employee plan? Share this Fact Sheet with your employer to add dietitian services to your plan.
Some dietitian services are also covered by your provincial health insurance. Find out what qualifies for provincial coverage.
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Last Update – July 8, 2021