Why consult a registered dietitian (RD)? Nutrition counselling is offered by a variety of people using different titles. Like all regulated health professionals, dietitians undergo comprehensive and rigorous training, both on-the-job and in universities. In Canada, a dietitian must register with their provincial college, which includes a four year undergraduate degree at an accredited university, an internship program (usually one year) and college exams. The college protects the public by ensuring members provide ethical, evidence-based services and maintain competence through yearly education programs. If clients feel their service did not meet these standards, they have recourse through the college.
Dietitians look beyond fads and gimmicks to deliver reliable, life-changing advice.
Wendy Busse, MSc, RD
FAST Freedom Program Director
Over the last 25 years, I have had the privilege of working with and learning from hundreds of food hypersensitivity clients. My passion is creating engaging online programs to help clients heal their relationship with food, expand their diet and find peace with their sensitivities.
Judy April, MA, RD
As a dietitian, I partner with people and listen to hear what is important to them; the journey is different for everyone. I also have experience with my own food intolerance and understand the desire to feel better. It is possible.
Tara Cornick, BSN
With over 15 years as a dietitian and extensive knowledge in allergies, digestive disorders, and elimination diets, I am passionate about helping people expand their food intake safely and mindfully. I also live with food intolerances and allergies myself.