Dionne Drew-Brook, Registered Dietitian
My interest in nutrition started at a young age, when my grandfather was diagnosed with cancer and I became intrigued with his books related to the healing power of foods and nutrition. This led to my Bachelor of Science degree in Nutritional Sciences (1996) and my Master of Science degree in Food Science (1998) from the University of Guelph.
Since 1994, I have attained nearly three decades of food service, nutritional management, and dietetic experience within Long Term Care, acute care, and community care sectors. During those years, my interest in the body's natural healing ability when provided with the right nutrients propelled me into further studies at the Canadian College of Humanitarian Medicine and certification as a Natural Medicine Practitioner (2009). By 2013, I completed an Independent Dietetic Practicum and was blessed with a career as a Registered Dietitian, in good standing with the College of Dietitians of Ontario. I have thoroughly enjoyed servicing Grey and Bruce counties as a Registered Dietitian for home care and Long Term Care over the past decade.
With global challenges limiting optimal healthcare, I opened up my services to anyone interested in achieving health in natural ways. Over the years, I have helped many people of all ages with weight, PCOS, hormone, blood sugar, lipid, skin, liver, bowel, cancer, end-of-life, autoimmune and inflammatory disorders using nutrition and lifestyle strategies.
It would be my pleasure to assist you with attaining greater nutritional health with feasible and sustainable approaches based on scientific evidence.