The Clinical Nutrition department provides complete in-patient and out-patient services in an interprofessional team setting across all sites of Niagara Health.
As valued members of the health care team, individuals are routinely screened in hospital to identify nutritional risk. Those identified persons are cared for by the registered dietitian who conducts a nutritional assessment and develops in partnership with the patient a unique and individualized nutritional care plan.
This care plan ensures that nutritional needs and goals are met during their in hospital stay and will evolve until they are discharged home. The registered dietitian may also provide counselling and education in preparation for discharge to individuals and their families.
For almost 100 years, Canadians have looked to registered dietitians to help them make healthy food choices. Registered Dietitians are valued members of the health care team. Individuals are routinely screened in hospital to identify nutritional risk. "What is a dietitian" was resourced from www.dietitians.ca
Ottawa Hospital Cancer Program (Excellent resources to aid with treatment side effects.)
Niagara Region Grocery Delivery Services
Surgery, Transitional Diet Following Bowel Surgery
Heart Disease Prevention - Getting Started
Using the Nutrition Facts Table to Make Heart Healthy Food Choices
Ostomy, Nutritional Management of High Outputs
Coumadin (Wafarin) and Vitamin K
Potassium, Low (not for kidney disease)
Potassium, High (not for kidney disease)
An Iron-Rich Diet for Children
Niagara Region Public Health Pregnancy and Prenatal
The Nutritional Management of Nausea and Vomiting During Pregnancy
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Holiday Eating - Kristen Goode R.D.
The Ketogenic Diet by Nathan Chown
One Step Closer to Healthier Living by Cindy McDougall R.D.
Nutrition and the Microbiome by Amanda Gauthier R.D.
Health Benefits of eating beets by Tawnya Crawford R.D.
Building Healthy Eaters by Claire Chartrand
Sunshine Vitamin D by Kathryn Lalonde R.D.
Monkey see Monkey Do: How to get children to follow healthy habits by Nathan Chown R.D.
Farmed Vs. Wild Caught Fish by Madelyn Morgan, Nutrition Student, & Robin Owen, R.D.
Genetically Modified Food by Jenn Mulligan, R.D.
Plant Sterols 101 by Kristen Goode R.D.
Sustainable Eating by Claire Chartrand Dietetic
Skipping Breakfast Try A Breakfast Shake by Neal Glauser R.D.
Chia Seeds by Heather Penney R.D.
Coconut Water by Amanda Paashuis R.D.
Glycemic Food Index by Sue Stevens R.D.
Happy Shopping Healthy Eating by Pam Szabo-Kode R.D.
Sports Nutrition by Carrie German R.D.
Food & Mood - Nutrition to Fight the Winter Blues by Birkley Davis, Intern
MyFitnessPal – popular food intake and calorie tracking app for weight management
Monash University Low FODMAP Diet - app to help people with IBS follow the low FODMAP diet
Find Me Gluten-Free – app to locate gluten-free options for restaurants and bakeries locally and wherever you travel
Human Anatomy – Educational quick reference app that contains the information of 19 different biological systems.
Calorie King – Diet portal that identifies caloric content of foods.
Mom and Baby to Be (M+B 2B) – Prenatal app that gives you the tools for a healthy pregnancy.
McDonald's Canada Restaurant – Nutritional information for McDonalds.
TimmyME – Nutritional information for Tim Hortons.
My Wendy’s – Nutritional information for Wendy’s.
Weight Watchers – Connect to weight watchers wherever you go.
Cancer Care Ontario (CCO) – Symptom management guide.
Drug Formulary – (CCO) – Monographs for drugs and regimens used in cancer treatment.
Epocrates – Drug Formulary.
Clean Eating – Magazine.
Yoga 201 – Yoga flow classes for the experienced yogi.
Nike Training Club – Your own personal trainer anytime, anywhere. 85 custom built workouts.
Couch-to-5K – Training app to running a 5K.