Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Dyslipidemia

Dietitian & Nutritionist For High Cholesterol, Triglycerides & Dyslipidemia Management

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. 

Dietitian and Nutritionist For High Cholesterol, Triglycerides and Dyslipidemia JM Nutrition

 Nutritionist and Dietitian For Cholesterol, Triglycerides and Dyslipidemia Management

Can a dietitian and nutritionist help with high cholesterol?


Yes, a dietitian and nutritionist can help manage high cholesterol through personalized nutritional counselling and a tailored meal plan.


How Can a Dietitian and Nutritionist Help with High Cholesterol?


As a regulated health professional and nutrition expert, a registered dietitian can help manage high cholesterol in many ways:

✓  Receive education by a registered dietitian for 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. 

✓  Have a dietitian thoroughly assess your current eating habits and food you eat, lifestyle, health history, family history, physical activity levels, alcohol intake et al. with cholesterol in mind.

✓  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.

Provide guidance on reading food labels to identify sources of saturated fats and trans fats, empowering you to make informed choices.

Supply resources and support for dining out, including tips for selecting healthier options at restaurants.

✓  Receive a personalized low cholesterol meal plan based on foods you enjoy eating.

✓  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.

✓  Have the opportunity to work with a sports nutrition dietitian for guidance around physical activity.

✓  Work with a dietitian for disordered eating to help manage behaviours that can sabotage positive change.

And more.

Dietitian and Nutritionist For High Triglycerides

Our registered dietitian for cholesterol can also hep manage triglycerides.

✓  Provide education surrounding triglycerides and how to reduce levels, if necessary and desired.

✓  Assess your diet and eating habits.

Provide a thorough evaluation of your current diet and eating habits to identify areas for improvement.

✓  Help manage weight. Learn more: dietitians and nutritionists for weight loss.

✓  List ways to incorporate more vegetables into your diet.

Receive guidance on increasing fiber intake

Receive practical assistance in creating balanced meal plans focused on triglyceride reduction.

Learn how to read food labels to identify hidden sources that can contribute to elevated triglycerides.

✓  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.

Address other health concerns: diabetes support of a dietitian, liver disease and more.

✓  And more.

Dietitian and Nutritionist For Dyslipidemia

✓  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.

✓  Work with a dietitian for weight loss counselling or obesity management to help manage weight, if needed.

✓  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.

Offer ongoing monitoring of your progress and regular follow-up appointments to assess adherence to dietary recommendations, make necessary adjustments.

✓  Provide other nutritional interventions.

About Our Registered Dietitian & Nutritionist For Cholesterol Management

In-Person Appointments with Dietitian For Cholesterol

You can book in-person appointments with our dietitians in Ontario, British Columbia (JM Nutrition Vancouver office) and Nova Scotia locations. Main location: JM Nutrition Toronto

Contact us for a no-obligation phone consultation during which we can:

✓  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

Virtual Support For Cholesterol Management with Dietitian 

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.

Provinces our practitioners service

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Discover more about virtual counselling: Online appointments with a dietitian

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Dietitian Recommended Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Dyslipidemia Resources

In addition to working with a nutritionist and registered dietitian for high cholesterol, triglycerides and dyslipidemia, consider the below resources as well.