Sudbury District Nurse Practitioner Clinics


Registered Dietitian 

nutritionEating habits and lifestyle choices can help to support your health and prevent or manage chronic health conditions. Registered Dietitians (RDs) are licensed health professionals who are specially trained in human nutrition and food sciences to provide education, counselling, and ongoing support of health goals. Dietitians offer services and support in the following areas:
  • Food allergies and intolerances
  • Prediabetes and diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Eating disorders
  • Gut health and digestive conditions
  • Heart health including hypertension and cholesterol management
  • Eating habits during the early years, “picky eating”
  • Disordered eating
  • Weight management
  • Wound healing
You have a dietitian as part of your health care team at the Sudbury District Nurse Practitioner Clinics. The dietitian works with your Nurse Practitioner and allied health team to address your unique needs.
Your visit with the dietitian will include a nutritional assessment to learn about your eating habits and lifestyle, as well as a review of medical history, medications, supplements, and complementary medicines. Together, you create a nutrition care plan that supports your health needs and goals.
You can connect with the dietitian any time. Call to book an appointment or speak with your Nurse Practitioner for further information.
To learn more about the regulations and code of ethics followed by Registered Dietitians, click below to visit the College of Dietitians of Ontario
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Maple Sriracha Salmon

garlic, ginger and onions on cutting boardPrep: 10-15 minutes for prep and ideally 60+ minutes for marinating (but can be done in 30!)
Cook: 15 minutes
Total: 1 hour 30 minutes


1 fillet or
4 portions Salmon
2 T Maple syrup (Honey can also be used in place of maple syrup)
1-2 T Sriracha (Adjust this hot sauce to your own taste buds!)
2 T Soy sauce, low sodium
1 clove Garlic, fresh, crushed and minced
1-2 tsp Ginger, fresh, grated (optional)
2 T Water
1 T Oil for pan cooking
Optional – green onions, diced

Step 1. Make your marinade

In a large sealable bag or reusable container with a lid add the maple syrup, sriracha, soy sauce, garlic, ginger, and water. Mix ingredients together.
Add your fish fillets to the marinade, making sure to combine everything so that fillets are sitting in the marinade. Place in the fridge for 1 hour.

Step 2. Baking

Pre-heat your oven to 425°F. Place parchment paper or aluminum foil on pan or spray pan with non-stick spray. Place your fish on the pan, discarding extra marinade. When the oven reaches 425°F, place the pan in the oven and bake for approximately 15 minutes. Fish should be opaque and flakey when done.

Step 3. Serve

Optional – you can peel the skin off the fillets to serve, or serve as is. Diced green onions can also be sprinkled on top to add some lovely flavour and texture.
Enjoy as part of a balanced meal, aiming to include a variety of vegetables and a higher fibre starch like roasted potatoes or rice.

Extra notes:

This marinade is also great for other types of fish, as well as chicken and beef. Be sure to discard extra marinade after using once – this is for single-use only!


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