Nutrition Consulting - Dietitian

What is a Registered Dietitian?

Dietitians provide relevant scientific information on food and human nutrition to promote and maintain health. Dietitians in BC must have completed a bachelor’s degree, completed a dietetic practicum, be registered with the College, pass a national exam, and maintain annual competency. They are required to practice safely, competently, and ethically through government approved standards. *Adapted from the College of Dietitans of BC

Why work with a dietitian?

  • Chronic Disease management: Diabetes, Heart Health, Fatty Liver Disease, NASH, Cirrhosis, Kidney/Renal Disease
  • Intuitive Eating and food relationship
  • Family and/or pediatric nutrition, picky eating
  • Gastrointestinal Health: IBS, IBD (Crohn’s and Colitis), GERD/reflux/heart burn, Diverticulosis
  • Allergies and food intolerances, Celiac Disease
  • Disordered Eating/Eating Disorders
  • Meal Prep and planning
  • Vegetarian eating
  • Sports Nutrition

Does my plan cover a Registered Dietitian?

Often times dietitian services are covered by extended medical insurance plans. Please check with your extended benefits provider. If you do not have coverage you can submit your receipt as a non-refundable tax credit on your income tax return. Note that in British Columbia, Registered Dietitians are classified as an ‘Authorized Medical Practitioner’.

Katie Cybulskie

Registered Dietitian, B.SC RD

Katie has been working as a registered dietitian over the last 14 years in multiple areas such as clinical/hospital work, outpatient community settings, and private practice. She obtained her Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Nutrition and Food Science, with a focus in dietetics, at the University of Alberta and completed a credited 1 year internship with the Calgary Health Region. Katie is registered with the College of Dietitians of British Columbia and the College of Dietitians of Alberta.

Katie has worked with individuals of all ages and with a wide variety of nutrition and health concerns. She prides herself in providing up-to-date evidence-based information and engages in many activities to stay competent in her field. She practices a Health at Every Size – Weight Neutral® (HAES®) approach with the focus being on health improving behaviours and health values. Inclusive respect is given for every body and compassionate self-care is the priority.

In her spare time Katie enjoys exploring the beautiful outdoors on bikes and skis, spending time with her husband and two dogs, reading, cooking, and working in her garden.