Stefanie Senior

Registered Dietitian Toronto

Stefanie Senior, Registered Dietitian, specializes in weight management, sports nutrition, chronic health conditions and general health. She studied dietetics at the University of British Columbia and did a post-graduate dietetic internship at Mount Sinai Hospital. Stefanie managed and taught the Steps to Less – Weight Management program at St. Michael’s Hospital for three years, which involved nutrition counselling, designing and implementing nutrition and cooking programs and leading health seminars for corporations and community interest groups. She currently offers individual, group and corporate programs to help people improve their health, energy and well-being through diet, exercise and behavior modification. Stefanie helps people set achievable health goals; identify and manage triggers for unhealthy behavior; modify eating and exercising habits; plan meals based on nutritional needs, food preferences, and lifestyle; control appetite and cravings; and provides support and encouragement each step of the way. She offers consulting services in the greater Toronto area and online video counselling through Skype.


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