Rachel White is a Registered Dietitian (BASc, RD) and a member of Dietitians of Canada, and The College of Dietitians of Ontario. She has over 20 years of experience in medical nutrition therapy.
Rachel uses a “whole food as medicine” approach to support the body’s natural healing processes and help the body return to a state of wellness and balance. Nutritional assessments include examining a person’s lifestyle, environmental factors, emotional well-being, and social support in determining a personalized nutrition care plan.
Rachel has expertise in therapeutic diets and meal planning, conventional and functional labs and diagnostics, and condition-specific healing foods.
Rachel graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Food and Nutrition from Ryerson University. She completed her clinical internship at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto. She has completed the facilitator’s education for Craving Change Workshops – helping you change your relationship with food.
She began her career as a full-time Dietitian in North Carolina, the USA, in oncology, kidney disease, general medicine, and surgery. Since 2001, she has worked for Lakeridge Health as a part-time Dietitian with expertise in the following areas: intensive care, infection disease, surgery, gastrointestinal disease, oncology, kidney care, diabetes, weight management, pediatric nutrition, neonatal intensive care, and nutrition support. In addition to her work at the hospital, Rachel has a private practice where she consults for the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, the Central East Local Health and Integrative Network, Family Physicians, and Naturopathic Doctors.