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Population Health Nutrition

Northern Health’s Population Health Dietitians are registered dietitians (RDs) who work with community groups, early childhood programs, school districts, organizations, health professionals, educators and local government to support and promote healthy eating.

Healthy eating is getting enough nutritious and tasty food for daily living and wellness. Healthy eating is about more than just food choices; it includes nutrition, food, eating competence, food security, food systems, and pleasure and traditions.

We invite you to explore our healthy eating resources below. 

Healthy Food Environments

     

Are you looking to see a Registered Dietitian for individual nutrition advice?

You can speak to a Registered Dietitian with HealthLink BC by calling 8-1-1, or you can ask your doctor for a referral to one of Northern Health’s outpatient dietitians. 

     
 
     

Contact Northern Health Population Health Nutrition

Email: PopHthNutrition@NorthernHealth.ca

Phone: (250) 649-7011