Liette Paulin LeBlanc – Sportmed’s Registered Dietitian – is passionate about nutrition and wants to inspire this same passion in you.
- eating should be a pleasure
- preparing food can provide a sense of accomplishment and pride for both adults and children
- eating together as a family is essential for the child’s healthy development
If you are experiencing challenges and would like to reduce stress at meal times, Liette Paulin LeBlanc can help you.
Food Allergies and Intolerances
Reading labels can be a daunting task. Determining which ingredients to avoid in foods can be stressful. When eliminating nutrients, dietary assessment and knowing how to select good nutritional substitutes is critically important.
Diseases such as celiac disease or irritable bowel syndrome result in dietary restrictions that limit consumption and food choices, often increasing stress and anxiety. Liette will help ensure that you’re eating a balanced diet and not missing the essential nutrients.
Grocery Store Tour
If choosing the right foods at the grocery store is a challenge, have Liette go grocery shopping with you.
She’ll teach you:
- what to look for
- how to read nutrition labels
- how to select the best products
You’ll leave the grocery store feeling confident in your ability to make healthy choices.
Improve Children’s Eating Habits
Parents and caregivers exert considerable influence on children’s eating habits. For many, meals are difficult and feeding a child can be a stressful experience for both adults and children.
If any of these questions resonate with you, Liette will be happy to provide you with the answers and guide you through the growth stages of your child.
The Introduction of Solids
- At what age?
- Where to start?
- How much?
- Which foods?
- What texture?
- How often?
Toddlers and Preschoolers
- Does my child eat enough?
- He’s eating less than before; is this normal?
- Should I prepare a different meal from ours, to get our child to eat?
- He always wants to eat, he eats snacks all day – is this ok?
- She doesn’t want to taste different foods – what should I do?
Pregnant or Breastfeeding
Wondering about the nutritional needs of pregnant and breastfeeding women? What should you eat? How much should you eat? Should you take supplements? Which supplements? Do the types and amount of vitamins and minerals vary during and after pregnancy? What should you eat when you’re breastfeeding?
Making the right choice can be difficult.
Contact Liette for guidance. A Registered Dietitian, Liette has real-life experience in this area. She has two children very close in age The three-year period that she breastfed included her second pregnancy and several months of tandem nursing.