Cleveland Clinic Canada Logo



The registered dietitians at Cleveland Clinic Canada are committed to providing patients with high quality, evidence based nutrition advice. There are many different ways to eat well and feel your best. We will help you find the way that suits you.

We will help you explore and compare different eating patterns, habits and food choices that affect your health and wellness. Whether you want to lose weight, gain weight, try a new diet, participate in sports or reduce your risk of disease, our nutrition team translates the latest evidenced-based research into real life practices to help you establish healthy and satisfying eating habits that help you feel your best for the long term.

If you are interested in improving your diet, consider one of the following options:

Participants in the Executive Health and Lifestyle Management Programs will receive a nutrition consultation as part of their comprehensive evaluation. If you’re interested in private nutrition counseling at Cleveland Clinic Canada, our team can assess your individual needs and provide one-on-one counseling for general nutrition or sports nutrition.

Who will benefit from this service?

Individuals searching to improve their nutritional needs as it relates to:

  • Bone health
  • Bowel health
  • Cancer prevention
  • Cholesterol reduction
  • Eating disorders
  • General nutrition
  • Heart health
  • Sports performance
  • Weight gain
  • Weight management
  • Weight reduction

What you can expect from your Nutrition Consultation:

Individual Nutritional Counseling

Our comprehensive nutrition assessment provides a thorough analysis of your current dietary habits and recommendations for improvement. Our dietitians will identify whether your current habits increase your risk of disease or contribute to secondary conditions you may be experiencing.

The assessment includes the following services:

  • Food Analysis - A thorough analysis of your diet, including:
    • Types of food you eat
    • Timing of those foods
    • Weight issues as a result of your food choices
    • Issues such as energy, weight and body composition that may result from various food choices
    • Relation of diet and illness
  • Review of dietary supplements
  • Evaluation of your current over-the-counter or prescription drugs and supplements and their interaction with certain foods
  • Preparation of a customized balanced eating plan that takes into consideration your current lifestyle
Individual Sport Nutrition Counseling

Our comprehensive sport nutrition assessment is designed to provide you with a detailed plan to help you achieve your sports performance goals. Our registered dietitians will work closely with you to optimize your food intake as it relates to your sport-specific requirement.

The assessment includes the following:

  • Analyzing your food, including the timing and types of foods you consume; issues such as energy, weight and body composition that may result from various food choices; the relation of diet and illness; and how your diet may be impacting your risk of developing chronic disease
  • Types of food you eat
  • Timing of those foods
  • Energy generated based on your food
  • Review of your supplements
  • Evaluation of your energy and macronutrient needs (protein, carbohydrates, and fat) for your level of activity, preferred ratios and isolating deficiencies
  • Identification of underlying health issues that could impact your ability to train and compete
  • Anemia
  • Stress fractures
  • Eating disorders
  • Preparation of a customized balanced eating plan that takes into consideration your current lifestyle and schedule
Resting (Basal) Metabolic Rate Testing (RMR)
The resting metabolic rate test, a 15-minute non-invasive assessment, uses diagnostic technology to determine how many calories your body burns while at rest. The results of this test are fundamental for estimating how many calories you should be eating and helpful for those trying to manage their weight This test is also valuable for active individuals who want to know how to effectively eat for their sport. At the conclusion of the test, you will meet with a dietitian to discuss a customized meal plan based upon your energy requirements.

Nutrition articles from our team

Are you covered?

Nutrition services are not covered by OHIP though may be fully or partially covered by extended health insurance plans. The coverage for each carrier is different; please check your plan to see what coverage is available for this type of service.