The General Dietitian at Women’s Health Clinic focuses on the following concerns:
- Concerns with body weight, shape or size
- History of off-and-on dieting
- Feelings of guilt of anxiety around food choices, labeling foods as “good” or “bad”
- An interest in a weight neutral, non-dieting approach
For other concerns and general nutrition advice, individuals can use the following resources:
Services over the phone:
Dial a Dietitian
1-877-830-2892 (toll free)
See a full list of dietitians near you through the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA) here.
Please note: These dietitian services are not directly affiliated with WHC and may or may not follow the weight neutral model of care that we do.
Eat Your Heart Out Food and health on your mind?
Are you concerned about your weight, shape, or size? Do you feel guilty or anxious when choosing what to eat? Do you think of some foods as “good” and others as “bad”? Are you frustrated with dieting and looking for long term change?
Our dietitian can help. We use a weight neutral, non-dieting approach to promote health.
Eat Your Heart Out: A Refreshing Perspective on Food and Wellness is a 3-week group program that covers these topics and the basics of nutrition in a friendly, non-judgmental environment.
This November, we are offering virtual sessions, open to people across Manitoba! Sessions provided via Microsoft Teams. Registration is required. To register, call us at 204-947-2422 ext. 537 or email WHCdietitian@womenshealthclinic.org.
Professional Development & Health Education
Our dietitian also provides professional education and facilitator training to health service providers from a non-dieting, weight-neutral approach. This fall, Eat Your Heart Out Facilitator Training is offered via Teams to dietitians. Learn more and register at https://eyho-2022.eventbrite.ca.