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Dietitians of Canada

Dietitians of Canada (DC) is the dietitians in Canada".[1] DC brings the knowledge and skills of its members together to inform decisions that affect food, nutrition and health. As an organization DC is active at the local, provincial, national and international levels and has 6000 members which meet their academic and experience standards. DC is the accrediting body for all university and training programs that credential dietitians to practice in Canada.

Dietitians' evidence-based education in food and nutrition, as well as their many skills, position them to practice in widely diverse settings. You will find dietitians working in community health centers, healthcare institutions, government at all levels, sports and recreation facilities, private practice, public health, health related non-governmental organizations, food service and the food industry, academic and research settings.

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