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Understanding Fullness

     “Eat when you are hungry, stop when you are full.” Is it really that simple?  The act of eating is so much more complicated than this. In a previous article we scratched the surface of the variations and complexities of hunger, but when it comes to fullness, how do we know when it is time to stop eating? How does being satisfied … Read More Understanding Fullness

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Mission and Philosophy

Mission and Philosophy: We are on a mission to help people reconnect with their bodies, rediscover their nutritional nature and grow into the best version of themselves! Here at Mission: Nutrition Intuition, we believe that you are the expert of your body. Our goal is to help you reconnect with your nutritional nature by learning to identify hunger/ satiety cues and understanding the different … Read More Mission and Philosophy

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Our Team

      Fueled by food, forests and fresh air Brittaney Berendsen RD, PHEc began professional education at Brescia University College at Western University in London Ontario where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition with an Honours Specialization in Nutrition and Dietetics. She then went on to complete an Accredited Dietetic Internship at Grand River Hospital in Kitchener Ontario. Her practical … Read More Our Team

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Privacy and Confidentiality

      Privacy and Client Confidentiality:  Mission: Nutrition Intuition is committed to keeping your personal health information safe and confidential. The privacy of our clients is very important to us. In order to provide you with quality healthcare, we collect both personal and health information from you. Examples of your personal health information include, date of birth, address and occupation etc. Your health … Read More Privacy and Confidentiality

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Registered Dietitian vs. Nutritionist: What’s the difference?

A Registered Dietitian (RD) is a regulated health professional that is qualified to provide advice on nutrition, food and making healthy choices to improve your health or manage a medical issue/ condition. Registered Dietitians translate the complex science of nutrition into terms you can understand. They also help you to unlock food’s potential to make everyday health eating realistic, understandable and enjoyable. A dietitian … Read More Registered Dietitian vs. Nutritionist: What’s the difference?