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Vegan Registered Dietitians & Nutritionists in Toronto, Ontario

Hi there! We are a team of vegan registered dietitians who help people in Toronto improve their eating behaviours and consume more plant-based food.

My team of online vegan dietitians is available to help you from the comfort of your home, whether you are in the city of Toronto or anywhere in Canada. We provide insurance receipts for all our licensed vegan nutritionist and dietitian services.

Weight Loss

Make little adjustments that will pay off in the long term with the help of a vegan nutritionist.

IBS & Digestive Problems

A professional nutritionist who masters plant-based nutrition and IBS/digestive problems can help you improve your symptoms.

Balanced Diet

Learn which modifications could provide you the best benefits, whether you're moving to a vegan diet or are currently vegan through a nutrition program.

Pregnancy & Lactation

Learn what you need to consume as a vegan in order to provide the healthiest milk for your newborn.

Sports Nutrition

Changing your diet for more healthy eating and using the correct supplements might help you get the most out of your training and efforts.

Toddler / Child / Adolescent Nutrition

Make things easier and more comfortable by understanding what to feed your vegan toddler, kid, or adolescent.

Eating Disorders

Stop obsessing about food with the guidance of a vegan nutritionist who masters eating disorder recovery.

Intuitive Eating

Learn how to maintain a healthy, balanced plant-based diet while balancing your relationship with food.

Get to Know Our Team of Plant-Based Dietitians in Toronto

Anick Vézina, plant-based dietitian Toronto

Meet Anick, a vegan registered dietitian and nutritionist!


Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition Sciences, University of Ottawa

License to practice:

#15214, College of Dietitians of Ontario

What motivated you to become a dietitian?

Nutrition, a dynamic and evolving science, continually offers new avenues to explore. My interest in health sciences, particularly the crucial role of nutrition in preventing diseases, motivates me to contribute my best in helping others.

Learn more about Anick here.

Antoine Vegan Dietitian Nutritionist Toronto

Meet Antoine, a vegetarian/vegan registered dietitian and nutritionist!


Bachelor’s Degree in Food and Nutrition Sciences, University of Ottawa

Advanced Culinary Arts Signature program, ITHQ

License to practice:

#15628, College of Dietitians of Ontario

What motivated you to become a dietitian?

Nutrition combines my passions for good food, wellness, and supporting others in improving their lifestyles. As a registered dietitian, my mission is to show that a healthy, balanced diet can be both nourishing and enjoyable.

Learn more about Antoine here.

Jana Dergham Vegan Dietitian Toronto

Meet Jana, a vegan registered dietitian and nutritionist!


Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Human Nutrition, University of Guelph

Master’s Degree in Nutrition Communication, Toronto Metropolitan University

License to practice:

#15306, College of Dietitians of Ontario

What motivated you to become a dietitian?

Rooted in a culture where food was a central force, my upbringing emphasized its role beyond sustenance—it united people as a cultural cornerstone. This love for food sparked my interest in nutrition, driving me to pursue a career as a dietitian.

Learn more about Jana here.

Our Licenses

Approved to practice as registered dietitians in Toronto, Ontario

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The Initial Assessment

In this meeting, your dietitian evaluates your goals, food preferences, lifestyle, medical history, and more.

Choose between two assessments: with or without a meal/menu plan. If unsure, start with the initial assessment; there's no price difference, and meal plan questions can be discussed in later sessions.

Follow-Up Consultations

Follow-ups are essential for adapting your diet, preventing deficiencies, and addressing your mindset around food. Discuss your progress with the dietitian and receive additional teaching material as needed during these sessions.

How to Start Your Journey

Consult the following pages:

Click on the link below to access the nutritionists’ schedules and book directly with them.

Schedule a 5-20 minute free discovery call with your future plant-based dietitian. They’ll address your queries and kickstart your journey.


Click on the link below to schedule a discovery call.

If you have any questions, please send us an email at info@plantbasedrds.com.

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Private Nutrition Counseling with Plant-Based Dietitians Near You

Explore the benefits of online consultations with our Toronto plant-based dietitians.

Receive personalized, one-on-one nutrition advice promptly to enhance both your lifestyle and relationship with food.

Consulting with a plant-based nutritionist online also reduces waiting times for access to a vegetarian and vegan dietitian.

Get individualized counseling to improve your current food habits and adopt healthier behaviors.

Frequently Asked Questions

How quickly can I schedule my first session with a vegan nutritionist near me?

Online counselling sessions are the quickest method to connect with a vegan dietician. Our team of plant-based nutritionists will be able to assist you with your plant-based diet within a week. Across Toronto and Ontario, our hours are flexible and adaptable to our clients' needs.

How do I find a dietitian in Toronto?

Online consultations are the fastest way to access a dietitian. There will be more availability and flexibility for schedules. We serve clients who live in Ontario and who follow a flexitarian, vegetarian, or vegan diet.

How do I know if the vegan dietitian lives near me?

It’s not necessary to live near your online vegan dietitian. We will provide you with guidance that will apply to your vegan diet no matter where you live. We adapt our counselling approach and recommendations to your needs, access to food, and personal preferences.

Will meeting with a vegan dietitian online be as efficient as seeing a vegan nutritionist in person?

There is no limit to the support we can provide you online! We have years of experience in online nutrition counselling! We use the most efficient technological tools to connect, stay in touch with our clients and share nutritional knowledge. Furthermore, many of our clients across Ontario find our approach more suited to their busy and active lifestyles. 


Contact a plant-based dietitian today and you will see how simple it is to get closer to your nutrition goals.

How can a vegan dietitian in Toronto help me?

Our plant-based nutritionists will ensure you get all the macronutrients, vitamins, and minerals you need to have a balanced and nutritious diet. To know how a plant-based diet can benefit your health goals, reach out to our team of vegan and vegetarian nutritionists. 

What are the differences between a vegan and a vegetarian diet?

A vegetarian does not eat any animal flesh, whereas a vegan excludes any products derived from animals, including meat, dairy and eggs. For more, checkout our article on the differences between a vegan and a vegetarian diet

Why do people become vegan?

Firstly, it is clear that following a plant-based diet, rich in fruits, vegetables, legumes, and tons of nutrients, contributes to a healthy body and brain. Another strong motivation to choose a vegan diet is to prevent and condemn animal cruelty and exploitation. Vegans believe that all living creatures have a right to a dignified life and to experience freedom. Moreover, producing plant-based food is less damaging to the environment than the meat and animal product industry.

What are the benefits of a plant-based diet?

Plant-based or vegan diets are beneficial to our health while being more sustainable for the environment. There are countless health benefits to plant-based diets. For instance, they have a lower saturated fats content and are naturally rich in fibre. 


Consequently, plant-based diets have a protective effect on cholesterol levels as well as on cardiovascular and digestive health.

What’s more, when planned adequately, plant-based diets can support a healthy weight and a fit body composition.


You can also check out our answers to frequently asked questions about balanced vegan diets to find more.

What does science say about plant-based diets?

Current scientific literature shows that vegan and plant-based diets reduce the risks of developing chronic illnesses, including different types of cancer, diabetes, hypertension, and cardiovascular diseases.

This is why the Canadian Food Guide recommends choosing plant-based food more often than animal food.

I want to follow a plant-based diet. Where do I start?

Becoming a vegan or a vegetarian is an exciting step toward a wholesome and nutritious diet. Still, the journey can be more difficult if we don't have all the necessary guidance and tools to plan a smooth and healthy transition. To avoid experiencing nutrient deficiencies and to embrace a plant-based diet more effortlessly, seek the assistance of a vegan dietitian. We are here to support you every step of the way and to accompany you on this amazing journey.

What is the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist in Toronto?

The College of Dietitians of Ontario ensures that only individuals who are members of their regulatory body and have completed the appropriate university training are entitled to obtain the designation of registered nutritionist and dietitian. This requirement applies to all registered dietitians and nutritionists in Toronto.


We will provide you with an insurance receipt after the consultations.

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Everything Vegan & Toronto

In Canada, over 2.8 million people identify their diet as vegetarian, and 1.7 million as vegan.

Toronto stands out as an exceptionally vegan-friendly city, boasting numerous vegan restaurants, shops, and cafes.

So much so that Toronto hosts Vegandale Fest, an immersive celebration of art, music, food, and the vegan spirit. Grab your ticket and experience one of North America’s largest vegan festivals!

Support local food production by exploring Toronto’s farmers’ markets for all your fresh fruit and vegetable needs.

Some of Our Favourite Vegan Spots in Toronto 


Bunner’s is Toronto’s best spot for vegan baked goods and has even won an award for the best bakery in the entire city. Bunner’s has everything you crave. From birthday cakes to muffins, and cinnamon buns, they have it all! Enjoy mouth-watering vegan and gluten-free sweets without compromising the taste and texture of your favourite desserts. 

The Good Rebel 

Find everything you need for your plant-based meals at this all-vegan grocery store. This 100% vegan-owned company makes vegan food convenient and accessible Canada-wide: Shop online or visit their store any day of the week on Dundas Street. 


For seasonal, local and delicious plant-based food all year long, Planta is the place to go. Their passion for plant-based food shows in every meal they serve. 

Whether you’re craving cold-pressed juice, a platter of vegan sushis, or a late Sunday brunch, they have everything you need, and more. 

What’s more, at Planta, they take sustainability to the next level and go out of their way to reduce any type of waste. Not only do they operate in a paperless environment, but all their to-go packaging is also made from 100% compostable material. 

Check out their three restaurants in Toronto and find their menus here.

The Hogtown vegan

The Hogtown Vegan is the place to go for any vegan ¨junk¨ food craving. From fake steak to vegan mac and cheese, and their famous unchicken burgers, the options are endless! Find them on College Street for brunch or dinner!


Discover more vegan spots in Toronto here.

Plant-Based Vegan Food at Home

If you are a little bit of a cook yourself and love to experiment in the kitchen, here are some of our all-time favourite vegan recipes.

For more amazing vegan recipes, check out one of our favourite plant-based food blogs.


Make sure you also keep an eye on our team’s vegan recipes here!

Feel confident with your dietary changes with the help of a vegan registered dietitian