Nutrition counselling is available for the following:
Improving overall diet and optimizing health
Pregnant women and postnatal women
Introduction to solid foods
Food allergies and intolerances
GI disturbances (constipation, gas, and diarrhea)
Weight related issues
Body image concern
Preparing for your appointment:
Keep an accurate 3-5 day record of everything your child eats and drinks.
Bring a copy of your child’s latest blood test results, allergy tests, or other relevant test results.
Bring a copy of your child’s growth curve and vaccine booklet with measurements.
Bring a list of any questions that you may have
What to expect:
At your initial visit, the dietitian will ask you about your child’s medical history, feeding history and growth history. The appointment may last between 60-75 minutes.
After a thorough nutritional assessment, the dietitian will be able to provide a personalized nutrition care plan so you can start working on dietary goals right away. Written material will be provided.