Nutritional Counselling/Dietitian

University life can offer many challenges and opportunities. So for many students, a healthy diet may not be high on the list of priorities. However, your food choices can have a significant impact on your energy level, mood, and on both academic and physical performance.

Registered Dietitian

Figuring out what to eat for best health can be confusing: there can be an overwhelming amount of information about diet and nutrition from friends, family, well-meaning health practitioners, and the media.  It can be incredibly difficult to sort fact from fiction, so rely on a Registered Dietitian for help.  Registered Dietitians have a university degree and specialized training in the areas of diet and nutrition; they use evidence-based research to provide trustworthy, professional advice.

If you think your diet could use some improvement, make an appointment with your campus Registered Dietitian - a free service for UTM students.  

Talk to the Dietitian if you…To book an individual appointment, call us at (905) 828-5255. 

  • Have questions about food and nutrition
  • Need ideas for healthy, quick, and low cost meals and snacks: check out more easy, student-friendly and nutritious recipes here. 
  • Would like to learn more about how to optimize your diet
  • Are thinking of starting a new diet, for example vegetarian or vegan
  • Have a condition that may be managed with a change in diet, for example PCOS, diabetes, IBS, celiac, etc.
  • Have a nutritional deficiency, such as iron, vitamin B12 or vitamin D
  • Would like to improve your relationship with food and your body
  • Suffer from a food allergy or intolerance
  • Feel that you could improve your energy levels or your sports/fitness performance
  • Have questions about dietary or sport supplements
  • Check out further topics and tools for healthy eating here

Please see cancellation policy for details.

As an alternative, you can call TeleHealth in Ontario to speak with a Dietitian about healthy eating information: