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Registered Dietitians provide individualized nutritional counseling and support to patients to help them improve their health, prevent disease and manage health conditions. As a patient of East Wellington Family Health Team, you have access to a Registered Dietitian who can assist you with the following:

  • Healthy eating and meal planning
  • Chronic disease prevention and weight management 
  • Heart health: high blood pressure, high cholesterol
  • Digestive disorders: heartburn, constipation, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, celiac disease, diverticular disease
  • Food allergies and intolerances
  • Osteoporosis and bone health
  • Childhood and family nutrition: introducing solids, picky eating
  • Nutrition for a healthy pregnancy
  • Iron deficiency 
  • Vegetarian eating
  • Affordable and healthy food
  • ... and more!

Referrals:   Patients of East Wellington Family Health Team can access this service at no cost. Patients can either be referred by their family doctor, an allied team member or can self-refer. If you are interested in booking an appointment with our Registered Dietitian you can call: (519) 833-7576 extension 343.

What is the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist?

  • Dietitians are regulated health care professionals and are registered with the College of Dietitians of Ontario.
  • RDs have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree specializing in food and nutrition, completed a period of practical training in a hospital or community setting and passed a national registration exam.
  • The term “nutritionist” is not a protected title in most provinces and education may vary as there are no standard minimum requirements.
  • For more information on dietitians click HERE.  

All our Allied Services conduct workshops and groups related to their area of expertise. To get more information about EWFHT groups and workshops and to register, please click HERE.

The Mediterranean Diet for Good Health
The Highs & Lows of Diabetes
Feeding Your Baby - Introducing Solid Food
Heart Health