Nutrient Analysis

 

Does your diet provide all of the vitamins and minerals you need? Are you getting the right amount and types of protein, carbohydrates and fat? How close are you to meeting your body's calorie needs?

Nutrient deficiencies can impact your mood, energy, athletic performance and long-term health. A nutrient analysis looks at every aspect of your diet, and you will be provided with a detailed analysis report including specific food recommendations to make sure you are getting everything you need from your diet.


NUTRIENT ANALYSIS COST: $100


 

Billing Information

Payment options include: cash, check, e-transfer or credit card.

Your employer's health insurance plan or Employee Assistance Program may provide coverage for a Registered Dietitian or Nutritionist. A receipt will be provided for all services that you may submit to your extended health insurance for reimbursement (if eligible). If your insurance company does not cover the services of a Registered Dietitian or Nutritionist, your receipts are eligible for a non-refundable government tax credit (please visit Canada Revenue Agency).

Direct billing is available for WSIB and Blue Cross claims.