Nov. 22, 2022
Healthy eating is integral to well-being and plays a vital role in physical and mental health and our mood. But staying on top of the information can be challenging for clients with busy lifestyles.
NutriProCan Dietitians are now expanding their services by offering 90-minute online courses to consumers and organizations that wish to facilitate nutrition education. These courses fill the gaps in nutrition education for those interested in learning about specific nutrition topics relating to their health needs, such as Gut Health, Family Nutrition and Emotional Eating.
In many cases, these 90-minute courses lead to a better understanding of nutrition and how to make better food choices. The asynchronous online courses are designed to drive motivation and action for healthy eating through increased knowledge and adoption of proven best practices by registered dietitians. The courses are for anyone looking to expand or update their science-based nutrition knowledge.
NutriProCan courses are created by the highest accredited nutrition professionals in Canada. They are a safe source of up-to-date, science-based information that consumers can rely on and avoid misinformation through various sources online.
“We are proud to lead the way and help advance nutrition literacy and skills for everyone, which can result in better food choices and reduced risk of disease,” said Lisa Spriet, President & CEO of NutriProCan.
The collection of affordable online courses (most are under $30) with in-demand topics is a way to help those who don’t have coverage through workplace benefits and cannot afford registered dietitian services.
Nutrition courses are not a substitute for personalized nutrition counselling, but they can serve as an essential step toward better understanding and improved nutrition. The initial collection is now available online at https://nutriprocan.ca/nutrition-courses/, and new courses are added regularly.
NutriProCan has been supporting Canadians since 2015 with a team of Registered Dietitians dedicated to providing science-based nutrition advice and education. NutriProCan Dietitians offer clients virtual counselling and programs for various health concerns in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia.
Eini Alderhill, NutriProCan Marketing & Operations, [email protected]