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Planning meals and other “Dietitian Pro Tips” in celebration of Dietitians Day

Mar 15, 2016

Dietitians reveal their how their work helps Canadians make small changes stick

TORONTO, ON —Dietitians across Canada will be sharing their favourite tips for how to stick with healthy eating changes on social media today using the hashtag #DietitianProTip. The campaign is being launched by Dietitians of Canada to mark the seventh anniversary of Dietitians Day, a day that celebrates dietitians as health care professionals.

“Dietitians work in a surprising diversity of roles in Canada,” reveals Kate Comeau, dietitian and spokesperson for Dietitians of Canada. “Some work directly with patients to help them make small changes towards better health while others work with government, in research, with industry and in the community to support these changes. We hope to showcase this diversity and celebrate the contributions of our members.”
Canadians can follow the hashtags #DietitianProTip and #NutritionMonth for updates throughout the day and they can ask dietitians for help with their 100 Meal Journey.

About Dietitians Day
Dietitians Day is celebrated across Canada during Nutrition Month (March). It celebrates dietitians as health care professionals, committed to using their specialized knowledge and skills in food and nutrition to improve the health of Canadians. Dietitians Day also raises the profile of dietitians and helps encourage and attract others to this worthy, satisfying and respected profession.
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Hashtags: #dietitiansday #dietitianprotip

About Dietitians of Canada
Dietitians of Canada is the national professional association for dietitians, representing 6,000 members at the local, provincial and national level. As the voice of the profession, Dietitians of Canada strives for excellence in advancing health through food and nutrition.  

Additional Information:

For more information, or to arrange an interview, please contact:
Kate Comeau
Manager of Public Relations and Media
Tel: 416-642-9316