Chelsey completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Food & Nutrition at the University of Prince Edward Island, and her dietetic internship program in Edmonton. She’s been practicing since 2010, and loves seeing clients reach their health goals.
Her mission is to help clients find their happy place with food and their bodies. To help them feel fantastic - without restriction, gimmicks, or yo-yo dieting. She loves debunking food myths, and simplifying nutrition information so that her clients feel empowered to make healthy habit changes that are enjoyed long term.
Chelsey’s career has focused on one-to-one counselling, specializing in weight management, heart health, and food relationship. She has a strong interest in prevention of cardiovascular disease, fueled by her father’s sudden passing from a heart attack. This made Chelsey even more passionate about helping her clients lower their risk.
Clients that work with Chelsey feel heard and understood. She treats each person with respect and tailors the approach based on the individual’s goals, medical requirements, preferences, and season of life.
Richelle is a Registered Dietitian contagiously positive and passionate about nutrition and healthy living. She is known for her comprehensive approach that encompasses physical, mental and spiritual well-being. You can count on her for sound professional expertise and practical ideas to make good nutrition easier. She will also ensure you find a way to fit in your favourite fun foods (hers is perogies).
Richelle started her nutrition career in 2002 in the Vancouver Island Health Authority when she worked with pediatrics, heart health, geriatrics, digestive issues and more. There, she spent several years working at the Diabetes Education Centre providing individual counselling and group sessions in how to manage healthy blood sugars. After a move to Edmonton, Richelle worked on medical and surgical wards as a clinical dietitian. Finally settling in Calgary, she has been providing a wide variety of nutrition counselling services in preventative health, chronic disease, and disordered eating.
Richelle has a trusted ability to encourage her clients to eat more mindfully, intuitively and overall improve their relationship with food and their body.
Aldara, Registered Dietitian, completed her dietetics training on the East Coast, and earned her Master of Public Health degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland. Having a strong passion for nutrition and health research, Aldara incorporates the latest evidence-based recommendations and research findings into her practice. She helps clients decipher nutrition information, and offers practical guidance to make healthy eating less stressful and more enjoyable.
Using a client-centered approach, Aldara works with individuals and groups in a variety of settings, including outpatient diabetes management, preventative health counselling and consulting for food service institutions.
Aldara helps her clients make peace with food, by seeking a balance between health and enjoyment. Her approach is to meet each person “where they are”, and will help you develop sustainable, health-promoting behaviours to support overall health, well-being and longevity.
Born and raised in Maracaibo, Venezuela, Carolina received her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics in 2000 from La Universidad del Zulia. She moved to Calgary and completed a dietetic internship with the Calgary Health Region which entitled her to obtain her registration with the College of Dietitians of Alberta in 2009. She joined Medisys Calgary staff of dietitians in June 2018.
Carolina has worked in different areas of nutrition including sales, nutrition education for kids and pregnant women, long term care, private practice and even ran her own catering business. All of these activities provided Carolina with the experience that make her a very knowledgeable and skilled Dietitian.
Carolina is most passionate about preventive health, nutrition education, empowering clients to make sustainable changes, supporting clients in creating a plan that takes into account their individual needs, and helping people develop and trust their own ability to make good choices while still enjoying food.