Tools to Support Practice

   
Cookspiration. This website and app gives your clients access to dietitian-approved recipes. Recipe ideas are served up to suit your mood and schedule. And brand new is a menu planner that create meal plans based on your lifestyle goals. www.cookspiration.com
   
eaTracker  is a great tool  for dietitians and other health professionals working with clients who would benefit from tracking their food intake and activity patterns. It compares patterns to national recommendations and also includes a Recipe Analyzer. Members of Dietitians of Canada have access to a ‘Coach’ tool within eatracker. Details on how to use this tool re available to members. www.eatracker.ca
   

Recipe Analyzer - Use this tool to analyze a recipe and get a quick nutrient analysis. The recipe analyzer is part of eaTracker.
   
For a small fee, you can download more than 500 food photos to use in your educational tools including posters, power points and brochures. Photos are available free to DC members.  The photos are to scale, can be used to demonstrate food portions and include the “Nutrition Facts’ too. www.foodphoto.ca .
   
A free, online eating habits screening tool and accompanying nutrition education designed for older adults www.eatrightontario.ca/escreen.   Take the Online Nutrition Screening course to learn more about tested nutrition screening tools.
   
A free, online eating habits screening tool and accompanying nutrition education designed for parents and caregivers of preschoolers and toddlers.
Take the Online Nutrition Screening course to learn more about tested nutrition screening tools.
   
UnlockFood.ca (formerly EatRightOntario.ca) is a bilingual award winning website brought to you by Dietitians of Canada.
 
On UnlockFood.ca you’ll find information on nutrition, food and healthy eating as well as recipes, videos and interactive healthy eating tools.  The content is written and reviewed by dietitians using the trusted information in the Practice-based Evidence in Nutrition (PEN®) database.  The content on UnlockFood.ca focuses on healthy eating through the lifecycle (from infants to seniors) as well as chronic disease prevention.  Popular content includes diabetes, infant feeding, digestive concerns, weight management and heart disease. There are also useful resources on cooking, shopping, meal planning, picky eating and more. 
   
Use the Food Portions Toolkit to get practical tips on how to manage the amount of food you eat.Learn how to use your hand to estimate Canada’s Food Guide serving sizes and compare them to the food portions you eat.
PEN: Practice-based Evidence in Nutrition® is a dynamic knowledge translation subscription service developed by Dietitians of Canada with input from thought leaders in dietetic practice, knowledge translation and technology. Its powerful search tools and “Knowledge Pathway” format deliver evidence-based guidance to your nutrition practice questions easily and efficiently .