What is Nutrition Assessment?

We are committed to serving the public with competent personalized nutrition assessments, diet planning, recipes, meal plans, shopping, menus and more.

We work with athletes, teams, gyms, health professionals, insurance and EAP companies.

No matter what diet you are on a Registered Dietitians at the Nutrition Assessment Clinic can help you balance your diet.

How Can I Benefit?

A Visit to the Nutrition Assessment Clinic May Include:

  • Computerized Body Composition Analysis (Bioimpedance, BIA) total body water, intracellular & extracellular fluid, lean mass, nutritional status (phase angle) and hydration level. Read More
  • Computerized Analysis of Food Intake (3 days) for all recommended macro and micro nutrients.
  • Diet, Social and Medical History
  • Family Medical History
  • Glucose Meter Program
  • Exercise Program Review
  • Nutrigenomix (eat according to your genes)
  • Shopping and Cooking Habits

How Can I Benefit?

A Visit to the Nutrition Assessment Clinic May Include:

  • Computerized Analysis of Food Intake (3 days)
  • Computerized Body Composition Analysis (Bioimpedance, BIA) total body water, intracellular & extracellular fluid, lean mass, nutritional status (phase angle) and hydration level. Read More
  • Diet, Social and Medical History
  • Family History
  • Glucose Meter Program
  • Exercise Program review

Recommendation and Treatment Visit May Include:

  • Caloric, Protein, Fat & CHO Intake
  • Vitamin and Mineral Intake
  • Dietary Fibre & Glycemic Index
  • Diabetes & Normal Glucose Education
  • Special Diet Modifications
  • Behaviour Modification
  • Healing your Relationship with Food
  • Vegetarian
  • Sports Nutrition Individuals & Teams
  • General Weight Management
  • Disordered Eating/Orthorexia
  • Celiac Disease
  • Irritable Bowel
  • FODMAP Diet
  • Fatty Liver Disease

Optional Services

  • Seven Day Meal Plan: Our office will write a 7 day menu for you to use at home based on your assessment needs, your food likes and dislikes and shopping and cooking facilities. The service may include the menu, shopping list and recipes.
  • Report to Referring Physician/Professional (additional cost of $50) with Detailed Assessment & Treatment Information
  • Nutrigenomix (eat according to your genes) Saliva test for 45 nutrition related genes. Read More

Fees 2019

  • Most clients come for 3-5 visits and may return at any time to work on further goals.
  • All visits are $96.00 to $150 per visit
  • Offsite visits $150.00 to $300 per visit
  • Optional Menus with recipes and shopping lists – contact us
  • Groups and Team Presentations – contact us
  • Nutrigenomix (eat according to your genes, saliva test) – contact us
  • Payment Accepted: Cash, Email Transfer, Visa or Mastercard
  • Do I have Insurance to pay for this Service?

Nutrition Assessment?

The original term was used by a sub-committee of the League of Nations (1932) referring to a set of medical tasks to determine the nutritional status of a population (Gibson, 2005). After 1976 (Bistrian & Blackburn et al), it became a standardized, hospital-based set of tools to predict nutrition and health outcomes in individual patients with post-operative complications, trauma or malnutrition.
In 1996, Theresa Schneider RD decided to take assessment tools out of the hospital to assess the health of athletes, those with chronic diseases and corporate executives. Today a nutrition assessment includes computerized food intake analysis, clinical nutrition body composition assessment (bioelectrical impedance), laboratory blood test results if applicable, nutrigenomix, anthropometrics, review of medications, lifestyle and fitness indicators. Whether your goal is to improve your athletic performance, or you want to make a nutrition lifestyle choice or you want to better manage your medical condition nutritionassessment.com can help you succeed.

Gibson, Rosalind, S., Principles of Nutritional Assessment, Second Edition, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2005.

Bistrian BR, Blackburn BR, et al. Prevalence of Malnutrition in General Medical Patients, Journal of the American Medical Association, 235:1567-1570.