Nutrition Assessment for Sport and Life

No matter what diet you are on, Nutrition Assessment Clinic can help balance the diet to help you reach your personal and athletic goals. Contact Us

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The original term was used by a sub-committee of the League of Nations (1932) referring to a set of medical tasks to determine the nutritional status of a population (Gibson, 2005). After 1976 (Bistrian & Blackburn et al), it became a standardized, hospital-based set of tools to predict nutrition and health outcomes in individual patients with post-op complications, trauma or malnutrition.  

In 1996, Theresa Schneider RD decided to take assessment tools out of the hospital to assess the health of athletes, those with chronic diseases and corporate executives.  Today a nutrition assessment includes computerized food intake analysis, clinical nutrition body composition assessment (bioelectrical impedance), laboratory blood test results if applicable, nutrigenomix, anthropometrics, review of medications, lifestyle and  fitness indicators.  Whether your goal is to improve your athletic performance, or you want to make a nutrition lifestyle choice or you want to better manage your medical condition nutritionassessment.com can help you succeed.

Gibson, Rosalind, S., Principles of Nutritional Assessment, Second Edition, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2005.

Bistrian BR, Blackburn BR, et al. Prevalence of Malnutrition in General Medical Patients, Journal of the American Medical Association, 235:1567-1570.    


Knowing what to eat has become very complicated.  Many people come to get help to make sense of what their needs for protein and carbs are and how to make a plan that will work for them, life goals and sports goals. 
A Visit to the Nutrition Assessment Clinic May Include:
Computerized Analysis of Food Intake (3 days)
Computerized Body Composition Analysis (Bioimpedance, BIA) total body water, intracellular & extracellular fluid, nutritional status (phase angle), hydration level
Diet, Social and Medical History
Glucose Meter Program
Food and Drug Interaction Printout
Family History
Nutrigenomix (eat according to your genes) Test for the Gluten Gene now available 2015 CONTACT US
Medical History
Exercise and Conditioning Program review
Recommendation and Treatment Visit May Include
   Caloric, Protein, Fat & CHO Intake
   Vitamin and Mineral Intake
   Dietary Fibre & Glycemic Index
   Diabetes & Normal Glucose Education
   Special Diet Modifications
   Behaviour Modification
   Sports Nutrition Individuals & Teams
   General Weight Management
   Disordered Eating
   Celiac Disease
   Irritable Bowel
   FODMAP Diet
   Maternal Nutrition
   Lactation Nutrition

Optional Services
Seven Day Meal Plan: Our office will write a 7 day menu for you to use at home based on your assessment needs, your food likes and dislikes and shopping and cooking facilities. The service includes menu, shopping list and recipes.
Report to Referring Physician/Professional
Detailed Assessment & Treatment Information

Fees 2019

Most clients come for 3-5 visits and may return at any time to work on further goals.
All visits are $96.00-$150.00/visit
Offsite visits $155.00/visit
Optional Menus with recipes and shopping lists CONTACT US
Groups and Team Presentations CONTACT US
Nutrigenomix (eat according to your genes, saliva test) CONTACT US
Payment Accepted: Cash, Cheque, Visa or Mastercard. 
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Schneider 00107 8x10A Kingston-based Registered Dietitian, Theresa Schneider has hiked in the Canadian Rockies and the Himalayas and participated in rowing marathons. She has rowed the Head of the Charles in Boston, Head of the Trent in Peterborough and annually participates in the 'Run for the Cure'. Schneider is a specialist in medical nutrition therapy and sports nutrition. She has practiced in Ontario and Saskatchewan and with First Nations Canadians in Northern Ontario. Her experience has included everything from critical care trauma nutrition to occupational health, community health projects and work with athletes from nearly every sport.

Theresa holds a Master of Public Health Degree from the University of Minnesota; a Registered Dietitian credential from the Toronto Hospitals and the Canadian Dietetic Association and Bachelors Degree in Applied Science from the University of Guelph (Human Nutrition). She is a member the College of Dietitians of Ontario (http://www.cdo.on.ca) and Dietitians of Canada (http://www.dietitians.ca). Ms. Schneider is a sought after industry speaker on sports nutrition, primary care nutrition, corporate health and clinical nutrition bioimpedance. She offers nation-wide bioimpedance anlaysis workshops for professionals. In the past twenty years, she has been a clinical dietitian and diabetes educator. She has provided nutrition lectures to health professionals at the University of Saskatchewan, Queen's University and Loyalist College. Most recently she has worked on the 'Effectiveness of Dietetic Services in Primary Care' research project with the University of Guelph (Dr. Paula Brauer) and the Dietitians of Canada

Theresa Schneider RD, began her career in the Department of Surgery at McMaster University Medical Centre where good nutritional status meant the difference between life and death in critically ill patients in the 1970's and 1980's. In 1996, she decided to take assessment tools out of the hospital to assess the health of athletes, those with chronic diseases and corporate executives. She was looking for tools to predict success in sport, the life cycle and for chronic disease management. Today nutrition assessment is being used in primary care for conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure (hypertension), high cholesterol (dyslipidemia), gastrointestinal disorders, weight loss, athletic performance, eating disorders and malnutrition. Schneider is a leader in private dietitian practice and in working in health teams with medical doctors and nurse practitioners in Ontario.

Clients include: athletes in all sports and sports with weight category requirements (making weight). Regular clients include those making lifestyle choices: vegetarian diets, the 100-mile diet, organic or whole foods diets and those working on body image or obesity. Theresa provides private nutrition services for high performance athletes from Queens University, national and provincial sports teams, the Royal Military College of Canada, the Department of National Defence and High Schools as well as competitive and recreational athletes. Theresa is an official Service Provider to the:
  • Canadian Sport Institute Ontario
  • The Coaching Association of Canada
  • The Coaches Association of Ontario Expert Express