Work With Little Spuds
Work with one of our registered dietitians to receive personalized nutrition advice to meet you or your families needs. A nutrition consultation includes a review of medical history, nutrition assessment, individualized recommendations, goal-setting and guidance. Book your discovery call to discuss which services are best for you.
Initial Nutrition Consultation
Start at $150-$190 for 60-75 minute session
Initial Nutrition Consultation for Families
Start at $190-225 for 75-90 minutes. Extended time may be required for multiple family member intake or meal time observations
Follow Up and Packages
Nutrition follow up may range from 30 – 60 minutes depending on you or your family’s goals.
Packages are available depending on your needs. This can be discussed after your initial nutrition consultation to create a package that is most suitable to you.
Services are available for residents of British Columbia.
Due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, we are currently conducting our services by telephone or online video chat.
Ready to get started?
Use the button below to book your complimentary 15 minute discovery call to discuss which services are right for you.
Registered Dietitian (RD) is a protected title across Canada. Registered dietitians must obtain a post-secondary education in food and nutrition and complete practical experience from clinical settings such as hospitals.
Registered dietitians are regulated health professionals registered with a provincial regulatory body. The College of Dietitians of British Columbia (CDBC) uphold the highest standards on education and ethics to protect the public.
Titles such as Registered Holistic Nutritionist or Certified Nutritional Practitioner do not indicate a provincially regulated health professional meaning there is no particular standard for education, experience, ethics or protection to the public.
Yes. Currently, our dietitians are only registered in the province of British Columbia. We are unable to provide services to residents of other provinces or territories at this time.
Little Spuds registered dietitians are located in the greater Victoria, BC area. We are currently offering telephone or online video chat services due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Telephone and virtual services allow our dietitians to provide services to any resident of British Columbia located anywhere in BC.
Payment for nutrition services is due after the initial nutrition consultation by cash, cheque or e-transfer.
Little Spuds nutrition experts are registered with the College of Dietitians of British Columbia. Some extended health benefits plans may cover nutrition services by a registered dietitian. Please review your plan or contact your provider to inquire if nutrition services are covered for you. Upon payment you will receive an invoice with the information required to submit receipt to your insurance provider. If you do not have extended health benefits or the service is not covered by your plan, your receipt may be claimed as a non-refundable tax credit. We do not do direct billing at this time.
The following organizations may offer coverage for registered dietitian services:
Sun Life, Blue Cross, Chambers of Commerce Group, Clarica, Great West Life, Green Shield Canada, ManuLife Financial, Liberty Health, Warren Shepell Employee Assistance Program.
We understand that life happens and things may need to be rescheduled. We appreciate as much notice as possible.
24 hours notice is required for cancelling appointments. Appointments cancelled within 24 hours of your appointment time or no show appointments will be billed 100% of the cost of the service scheduled.
Personal health information is collected by our clinicians. This may include but is not limited to full name, date of birth, contact information, home address, gender/sex, medical information and social information. It may also include preferences and activities.
Personal health information is collected with your consent to ensure that our clinicians can complete an accurate nutrition assessment and provide recommendations that are appropriate for you and your lifestyle. A waiver and consent form will be provided prior to your initial appointment. Consent may be withdrawn at any time.
Clinicians are legally required to keep organized and detailed client records whenever services are provided. Personal information that is collected will be stored in compliance with British Columbia’s Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) and section 70 of the Bylaws of the College of Dietitians of British Columbia (CDBC). Clinicians will hold this information in confidence and will not release or disclose any information to any other person without prior consent, unless you consent to sharing medical and nutritional information by way of signed release or as required by applicable law.
Personal health information collected by our clinicians will be stored in locked or restricted physical area or in a secure and password-protected electronic documentation compliant with PIPA. After ten years from the last clinician and client contact, physically records will be shredded confidentially. Electronic records will be permanently deleted or destroyed.
Services provide to you or your family will remain confidential unless you provide written consent in sharing information with a medical professional (e.g. Family Physician).
You have the right to request and access to your personal information under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA).
Please review the BC Government website if you require further information about the acts referenced.
By initiating contact with us via our website, you are accepting any of the potential risks of electronic communication. For your safety, please limit any sensitive information via our website communications.
As your security is important to us, our clinicians use encryption software for electronic communication of any sensitive personal communication but there is no method of transmission over the internet of method or electronic storage that is 100% secure.
While we aim to protect your personal health information, we cannot guarantee absolute safety. If you are concerned with your electronic storage of your personal health information, please inform your clinician to discuss alternative safe and secure storage practices.