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Skip the wait. See a registered dietitian online.

Looking to lose weight, gain muscle, or balance your nutrition to meet your health goals? Our registered dietitians are ready to help you develop a nutrition plan that will benefit you long-term based on your lifestyle and goals.

Available in Ontario only.


Seeing a dietitian on Maple is easy

First, book an appointment

Select "Dietitian" in the Maple app and book a visit. Choose a time that’s convenient for you.

Visits are $99 for an initial 45-minute consultation and $65 for 30-minute follow ups.

Next, prepare for your online appointment

Once you’ve booked your appointment, you’ll be prompted to fill out some health information and the reason for your visit.

If the dietitian isn’t able to help based on the details of your request, they’ll let you know in advance and you won’t be charged. Otherwise, your appointment will start at the scheduled time.

Start your online consultation

You can speak with the dietitian via live chat or video, depending on what you feel most comfortable with. The dietitian will ask you questions, review your goals, and work on ways to help you meet those goals. They’ll also let you know if any follow up is required.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a dietitian?

Dietitians are registered healthcare professionals, capable of assessing, diagnosing, and treating nutritional concerns. They’re experts in human nutrition and the regulation of diet, and can help with chronic disease management, weight loss, athletic performance, digestive concerns, and more.

What is the difference between a dietitian and nutritionist?

Some professionals use the terms dietitian and nutritionist interchangeably. All dietitians are nutritionists but not all nutritionists are dietitians. The term dietitian is protected by law through provincial legislation in all Canadian provinces, whereas the term nutritionist is not protected by law in some provinces.

Can registered dietitians order blood work and prescribe medication?

No. Registered dietitians can’t order blood work or prescribe medication, but you can speak to a general practitioner on Maple any time, 24/7, if this is what you’re looking for.

What should I expect during my first consultation with a dietitian?

The dietitian will assess your current dietary habits in order to develop a customized nutrition plan that fits your needs and lifestyle. It’s important to upload any lab test results and keep your medical history on Maple up-to-date so that the dietitian can take that information into consideration when creating a nutrition plan for you.

Can I see the same dietitian every time?

Yes. If you’d like to continue your care with the same dietitian, you can choose to do so when booking your visit.

Eating better shouldn’t be stressful

An online dietitian can help you create a diet and nutritional plan you look forward to — and that helps you reach your goals.