Brooke Bulloch is a Registered Dietitian and CEO at Food to Fit Nutrition in Saskatoon, SK. She earned a BSc in Nutrition from the University of Saskatchewan and her work experience began with the Saskatoon Health Region in 2009, and she has been working in private practice since 2012.
Today her practice is comprised of a small team of dieticians with various expertise including: gastrointestinal disorders, chronic disease prevention, plant based eating, women’s health, and eating disorders.
Brooke is an experienced media spokesperson and has been contributing to Co-op’s in store Table Magazine and online Food Blog since 2019. Since 2011 Brooke has been featured in a variety of Canadian press including: CBC radio, The Globe and Mail, Huffington Post, Canadian Living, Chatelaine, Cottage Life Magazine, Inside Fitness, and has a monthly segment on Saskatoon’s Global News Morning.
As a working mom and business owner, Brooke values simplicity and sustainability in nutrition planning, along with a curious and flexible non-diet approach to food and eating.
Our conversation with Brooke covers a number of quality topics including:
- What a Registered Dietitian does
- What the basics of nutrition are (a refresher, cause we all need more of this) – making sure you’re eating enough!
- Differentiating between dieting and nutritional planning
- Brooke’s parenting approach for molding children’s nutritional understanding
- Having a healthy relationship with food, specifically, patterns of eating
- Recommendations for working professionals in fast-paced environments
- Portion control (external controls versus internal cues)
- Functional eating versus eating to satisfaction
- Intermittent fasting in relation to longevity
- What’s the real deal around carbs and carb cravings?
This truly was a jam-packed, educational conversation, so a big thank you to Brooke for coming on the show!
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