Yes! I have virtual nutrition counselling available across Canada. I am currently accepting clients in the following provinces and territories:
If you are looking for Registered Dietitian services in another province, please feel free to reach out and our team will be happy to find a colleague in your area to help you out.
A Registered Dietitian (RD or PDt) is a regulated health professional just like physiotherapists, doctors, and nurses. In order to be registered with the College of Dietitians of Ontario, Joline had to:
However, many nutritionist titles (including nutritionist, wholistic nutritionist, and nutrition coach) are not regulated titles in Canada. While some nutritionists may have some nutrition education, there is no legislated minimum level or length of education, minimum standards of care, or public protection requirements to use the title 'nutritionist'. It is important that individuals accessing services from a nutritionist, wholistic Nutritionist, or Nutrition Coach inquire about the education of their chosen nutritionist.
Services offered by Registered Dietitians (RD) may be covered by your employer's extended health benefits plan. However, the allied health professionals covered within an individual policy varies from employer to employer.
It is recommended that you reach out to your benefits provider to see if Registered Dietitians are covered under 1) your allied health coverage, or 2) through your healthcare spending account.
All information required to submit a health claim to your insurance benefits provider will be provided on your receipt. We do not direct bill insurance at this time.
We can confirm that the following employers have RD coverage as part of their benefits plans:
Since most health benefits providers have the option for Dietitian coverage, we also have resources to help you advocate to have Dietitian services added to your plan.
Please reach out for more information.
If you are a nutrition counseling client:
If you are with a business or organization: