Frequently Asked Questions

Unified Nutrition is located in Calgary, Alberta. All services are provided virtually, which means clients all across Alberta will have access to my services.

Monday9:00am - 3:00pmTuesday4:00am - 8:00pmWednesdayClosedThursday9:00am - 3:00pmFriday9:00am - 12:00pmSaturday12:00pm - 2:00pmSundayClosed

*Additional hours may be available for clients based on RD availability. Please contact if you are looking for an appointment outside of office hours.

If you need additional guidance or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me through email or by phone. All inquires will be responded to within 24 hours.

Email: [email protected]

Phone: (587) 318-3464

A free 15-minute discovery call is available to all individuals. This time is used to provide you with more information about the services provided and what to expect when working with a dietitian. Any questions you may have will also be answered during this call.

If you would like to book a free 15-minute discovery call, contact me by email or click here to book now.

Booking Process

  1. Head to my online booking page (hyperlink to booking page)
  2. Choose the appointment type that you are interested in and book appointment.
  3. Complete the required intake and consent form that will be sent directly to your email prior to your appointment.
  4. If you need assistance, just give me a call at (587) 318-3464.

Dietitians services do not require a doctors note – self referrals are accepted.

Depends! The length and frequency of our sessions will depend on your unique needs, situation and resources. Your care is my main focus, and I will work within your capacity to meet your needs. Support may be short term or long term.


Each client will require a package that is unique to their needs. Certain conditions require more counselling compared to others. If you are unsure, we can discuss which package may be right for you during my free 15-minute discovery call.

Many times dietitian services are covered – please check with your extended benefits provider.

Here are 3 things to ask your insurance provider:

  • Are you allowed to choose any dietitian/nutritionist or do you have to choose a specific dietitian from your provider network?s
  • What is the total amount you have per year and what is your year-end?s
  • Do you have a maximum allowance per days

Regardless, dietitians are considered a tax-deductible medical expense if they don’t end up being covered.

Unified Nutrition does not currently offer direct billing. However, receipts for insurance claims will be provided following each appointment.

We accept cash, debit, electronic transfers, MasterCard and VISA payments. We will provide printed or electronic receipts for patients to submit to their insurance companies for reimbursement.

Cancellation Policy

Your appointment time is reserved just for you, it is your responsibility to book and keep your appointments. All services require a minimum of 24-hour notice to be cancelled with no penalty. Appointments that are cancelled within 24 hours or that are missed will incur a cancellation fee of 50% of the appointment cost.

All services are non-refundable after the service is rendered. A 60-minute consultation is $140/consultation and a 30 minute consultation is $85/consultation.


In Alberta, there is no longer a difference between the two. The title β€œdietitian” is protected by law across Canada. This means only people who meet certain criteria and standards can call themselves a dietitian. β€œNutritionist” is also a protected title in Alberta and several other provinces. This means that only dietitians can call themselves nutritionists.

Yes! Being celiac myself, this is something I have struggled with as well. I know the ins and outs about being gluten free and have amazing gluten free food recommendations.

Still have questions?

I’m here to help, please don’t hesitate to reach out.