Nutrition To You

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What We Do

Nutrition to You’s mobile Dietitians know that you are busy, which is why we bring knowledgeable and experienced Registered Dietitians to you!  Our Registered Dietitians will meet you in your home or office or even in a quiet corner of a local coffee shop. Yes, we make house calls! Nutrition to You provides clients across the Greater Vancouver area with current, evidence-based information on healthy eating, preventative nutrition and a wide variety of clinical nutrition needs.

Our Clients

Our clients come from all walks of life; including busy professionals, college & university students, stay-at-home-moms, office workers & factory workers and others. What our clients have in common is the desire to make positive changes in how they eat and that they want a knowledgeable and experienced Dietitian to come to them. We bring Nutrition To You !

Extended Benefits Coverage

Visits to a Registered Dietitian can be claimed under most Extended Benefits Plans. Check with your extended benefits provider to determine what level of coverage is available to you.

We Speak Your Language!

Nutrition to you currently has a Punjabi-speaking Registered Dietitian.

ਮੈਂ ਪੰਜਾਬੀਬੋਲਦੀ ਹਾਂ – We speak Punjabi

Nutrition to You has a Punjabi-speaking Dietitian who brings her knowledge in treating insulin resistance & diabetes management to those in the South Asian community. Amandeep (Aman) Sandhu has several years experience working as a Diabetes educator in a Surrey area hospital, predominantly to the South Asian community.  She has also recently been interviewed on both RedFM and OMNI TV. You can read more about Aman by clicking on the tab above with her name.  For information about the services she provides, please click on the “Contact Us” tab, above.

Areas of Practice

Nutrition to You’s mobile, multilingual Dietitians will help you eat healthier and assure you are getting the nutrients you need for your stage of life and individual lifestyle. Our Dietitians will provide you with nutritional support for weight management (weight loss or weight gain), bringing down high blood sugar or cholesterol and lowering high blood pressure and more. Each of our Dietitians also specializes in particular areas of clinical practice.

Areas of Specialty

Each Nutrition to You Dietitian has at least one area of specialty, including;

1. Diabetes Our Diabetes expert literally helped write the book on Diabetes care in Canada! Barbara Allan co-authored the Canadian Diabetes Association’s (CDA) official meal planning system, “Beyond the Basics” which received the prestigious Fredrick Banting award in 2007. 

2. Insulin Resistance (Pre-Diabetes); Our Diabetes Dietitian, Barbara Allan is very knowledgeable in helping delay and even prevent Diabetes in those diagnosed as “pre-diabetic” or “insulin resistant”.  Barbara also recently co-authored the Diabetes Prevention and Management Cookbook published in cooperation with the Canadian Diabetes Association.

3. Tube Feeding (enteral nutrition); Nutrition to You has a Dietitian that specializes in tube feeding support (enteral) for individuals living at home.

4. Inflammatory Bowel Disorder (Crohn’s, Colitis)and Celiac Disease; We have a Dietitian who also has experience supporting those living with Crohn’s Disease and Colitis as well as Celiac Disease, including those who have undergone bowel resections.


5. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
(IBS); All of us have had occasional symptoms of bloating, diarrhea and abdominal pain or discomfort, but living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is no fun! Even once diseases such as Celiac, Crohn’s or Colitis have been ruled out, learning to minimize symptoms is important. Nutrition to You Dietitians can help!

Media and Print Appearances

You may have seen or heard some of Nutrition to You’s Dietitians interviewed recently on radio and television.  You can read more about their appearances on their individual pages, by clicking their name, above.

Here are a few photos from recent media appearances:

Amandeep OMNI TV Aug 20 2014 - croppedBarbara Allan - The Rush June 6, 2013 Amandeep REDFM talking Aug 21 2014 - cropped

 

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Here is a recent newspaper article (Tuesday September 16, 2014) from the Asian Pacific Post of an interview with Nutrition to You’s Amandeep Sandhu entitled:

DIABETES MAJOR CONCERN FOR SOUTH ASIANS

http://www.nutritiontoyou.com/diabetes-major-concern-for-south-asians/

Other Specialized Nutrition Needs 

For people seeking extensive weight loss or for support with food sensitivities, food allergies or food intolerance, our founding Dietitian, Joy Kiddie can see you in our centrally located Coquitlam office. She is also very knowledgeable in the area of mental health nutrition and can help support weight management in light of medications you may be taking for anxiety, depression or ADHD or conditions. Please drop us a note using the “Contact Us” form to learn more about Joy’s specialized services.

Do you have questions?

Please click on the “Contact Us” tab at the top of this page to send us a note. We will get back to you quickly; usually by the next business day.

Let us bring Nutrition to You! We currently have a Vancouver Dietitian, a Coquitlam Dietitian, a Port Coquitlam Dietitian, a Port Moody Dietitian, a Surrey Dietitian, a Langley Dietitian, a Richmond Dietitian, a Delta Dietitian, a White Rock Dietitian, a Tsewassen Dietitian, a Steveston Dietitian, a Ladner Dietitian, a Burnaby Dietitian, a New Westminster Dietitian, a North Vancouver Dietitian and a West Vancouver Dietitian.

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