Andy De Santis

Andy
De Santis
RD MPH

“There is no weight loss gimmick, supplement or quick fix on the market that can provide you with the long-term results that the 100% personalized nutrition guidance and support from a registered dietitian can.”
I am a charismatic registered dietitian (RD) in Toronto with an unmatched passion and desire for helping you reach your diet, nutrition and weight loss goals. I completed my requirements for accreditation as a registered dietitian at the University of Toronto Dalla Lana School of Public Health, where I also graduated with a Master’s degree in public health nutrition (MPH).
For those who may not know, registered dietitians are members of a strictly regulated health profession and require extensive training and testing to display the “RD” credential. As a part of my training, I completed placements at The University Health Network, The Canadian Sugar Institute and the Canadian Diabetes Association, where I was also employed after graduation.
These organizations provided me with an exceptional opportunity for professional development, but my passion for 1-on-1 interaction and my desire to build my own professional identity led me to pursuing private practice. I currently operate my practice out of the Health in Davisville Clinic at 1910 Yonge street, right at the corner of Yonge & Davisville.

EDUCATION

  • | Ryerson University - BASc Food & Nutrition
  • | University of Toronto Dalla Lana School of Public Health - MPH - Master's of Public Health in Nutrition
  • | College of Dietitians of Ontario - RD - Registered Dietitian

EXPERIENCE

  • | University Health Network
  • | Canadian Sugar Institute
  • | Canadian Diabetes Association

Not your standard guy

I can help you solve a variety of food and
nutrition related issues.

Weight Loss
General Healthy Eating
Muscle/Weight Gain
Chronic Disease Prevention
Digestive Health
Vegan/Vegetarianism
Have you heard

A  diet rich in fruits and veggies is your best defense against obesity, diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis and certain types of cancer.

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