Nicole Springle is a Registered Dietitian and Sports Nutritionist at Cleveland Clinic Canada. Ms. Springle works with many of the Lifestyle Management and Wellness clients to incorporate a nutritional component into their health and wellness program. Her specialty interests include nutrition as it relates to sports performance, weight management and disease prevention. Ms. Springle is an official provider of nutrition services for the Canadian Sport Institute Ontario, and the Coaching Association of Canada, providing consultations to Olympic and national level athletes. She is also the lead dietitian for Skate Canada. Passionate about education, Ms. Springle has developed and instructs post-graduate courses on high-performance nutrition for both Sheridan and Humber College.
Raised in St. Catharines, Ontario, she earned her Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Human Nutrition followed by a Masters of Applied Nutrition degree, both from the University of Guelph. She has also appeared on Canada AM and Breakfast Television and has authored numerous articles for magazines and newspapers across the country. She is also a regular contributor for Global News, The Toronto Star and City TV News.
Ms. Springle enjoys cooking and eating for energy and enjoyment as well as staying active through cycling, yoga and distance running. She recently completed the Boston Marathon and has competed in numerous other marathons and half marathons to date.