Allow our registered dietitian and nutritionist help lower cholesterol, reduce triglycerides and manage dyslipidemia through adjustments to your diet, a personalized meal plan and other nutritional interventions.
✓ Receive education pertaining to cholesterol, obtain evidence-based facts and have myths dispelled, if necessary or desired.
✓ Help you keep track of the amount of saturated fats and trans fats you are consuming.
✓ Thoroughly assess your current eating habits and food you eat, lifestyle, health history, family history, physical activity levels, alcohol intake et al.
✓ Assist you in making adjustments to your diet and lifestyle.
✓ Outline what foods are lower in saturated fats and trans fats, and those that contain unsaturated fat.
✓ Receive nutritional interventions to help lower LDL cholesterol and raise HDL cholesterol.
✓ Ensure you are getting adequate amount of fibre.
✓ Receive a personalized low cholesterol meal plan.
✓ Obtain heart healthy recipes based on foods you like.
✓ Work in conjunction with your medical doctor and other health practitioners.
✓ Help address other co-existing conditions.
✓ Work with a dietitian for disordered eating to help manage behaviours that can sabotage positive change.
✓ And more.
✓ Provide education surrounding triglycerides and how to reduce levels, if necessary and desired.
✓ Assess your diet and eating habits.
✓ Help manage weight. Learn more: dietitians and nutritionists for weight loss.
✓ List ways to incorporate more vegetables into your diet.
✓ Discuss ways in which to add more plant-based food sources.
✓ Provide guidance around eating fewer refined carbs and less sugar.
✓ Help incorporate healthy fats into your meals.
✓ Demonstrate how to limit the intake of saturated fats and trans fats.
✓ Create a personalized meal plan for high triglycerides.
✓ Work with other health practitioners to help reduce triglycerides.
✓ And more.
✓ Provide an educational component by a dietitian for dyslipidemia. Example: How to read nutrition facts labels.
✓ Assess your current diet, eating habits, health, family history, physical exercise and more.
✓ Help reduce risk factors for dyslipidemia: Diets high in total fat, saturated fat and cholesterol.
✓ Ensure your dyslipidemia meal plan consists of foods that are high in whole grains, fruits and vegetables.
✓ Make adjustments to your current diet to make sure it includes minimal amounts of saturated fats and sugar.
✓ Help reduce dietary cholesterol through suggested foods, recipes and personalized dyslipidemia meal plan.
✓ Provide other nutritional interventions.
✓ outline how the process looks like
✓ discuss your goals and concerns
✓ explain how billing and pricing work
✓ address concerns about insurance, if any
✓ answer any other questions
Are you looking for a practitioner and can’t seem to find one near you?
No to worry! You can also seek the counsel of our dietitian and nutritionist for cholesterol, triglycerides, dyslipidemia and co-existing conditions virtually, using the phone or video-conferencing.
In addition to working with a nutritionist and registered dietitian for high cholesterol, triglycerides and dyslipidemia, consider the below resources as well.