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 Dietitians are health care professionals educated in science, management, human development, and population health. They are nutrition specialists who can counsel and support you in making changes in your eating habits to promote health and prevent chronic illness such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease or cancer. They can also counsel you on healthy food choices if you are living with a chronic disease. Dietitians work in hospital, primary health care clinic and personal care home settings throughout the region.


Call 1-877-979-9355 to book a free consultation with any of our clinical dietitians available in:

Fisher Branch  
Lac du Bonnet    
Pine Falls               

Nutrition resources

Discover your food guide at, by dietitians of Canada, offers up-to-date information regarding a wide range of nutrition topics.

Check out this link from Healthy Child Manitoba, which connects you to a number of topics related to wellness during pregnancy.

These links from Healthy Child Manitoba and Winnipeg Regional Health Authority connect you to information about when to start feeding your infant solids and gives examples of foods to offer at different ages and stages.

Some of our nutrition needs change when we reach the age of 50. Find out more about how to eat well through the years at the link below. Also, try the Nutri-eScreen, for individuals age 50+ - answer 14 questions about your eating habits to learn if you are at nutrition risk, learn which areas of your eating are going well, and receive tips regarding areas with room to improve.

Congregate Meal Programs offer the opportunity to enjoy well-balanced, affordable meals in a social setting

And if you are unable to attend the congregate meal program in person, there may be Meals On Wheels in your area

Or check out Adult Day Programs which offer a nutritious meal and snacks during the full day program. .  There may also be a Seniors Club in your area that meet while sharing a meal.

Managing Chronic Health Conditions

To learn more about healthy eating to help manage chronic health conditions, consider connecting with your local dietitian or attending the group “Eating For Health” listed

If you have difficulty getting to the grocery store; s a grocery delivery service could help: Contact the store for details and to determine if there is a cost. There are also services to provide you transportation to the grocery store. (e.g., grocery shuttle).
Services To Seniors -

Family Food Grocery Store (Stonewall) - (204) 467-5553, deliver within 30 km radius
Big Way Grocery store (Teulon) - (204) 886-3445
Campbell’s Foods (Lac du Bonnet) – 204 345 2308
Dancyt’s Fine Foods (Lac du Bonnet) – 204 345 8720
Solo Market (Pinawa) – in partnership with Two Rivers Services To Seniors – 204 753 2962
Beausejour Co-op – 204 268 2605

Find Food Security Supports in your area.  Call for details of when they are open as hours vary. 
Interlake Food Bank (Stonewall) – 204 467 9118
Teulon Food Bank – 204 886 2570
Lac du Bonnet and Area Food Bank (Lac du Bonnet) – 204 345 9807
Beausejour and Area Food Bank Inc (Beausejour) – 204 268 3600
Blue Danube Food Bank Inc. (River Hills) – 204 348 7040
Our Daily Bread Soup Kitchen (Selkirk)  open M-F at 8:30 am
Selkirk Food Bank – 204 482 9178
Evergreen Basic Needs (Gimli) – 204 642 9736

Mindful Eating Classes

To learn more about how our thoughts and emotions can affect our eating, and how to develop more positive relationship with food and our bodies, consider attending the Craving Change workshops.


Dietitians of Canada's Cookspiration website and phone app offer a wide variety of healthy recipes.

Four Weeks of Healthy Menus offers menus, grocery lists, and affordable recipes for a month.

Read more about dietitians with this brochure


Read about malnutrition and the important role nutrition plays in building strong bodies and staving off disease.                                      

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