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Carla D’Andreamatteo

RD, MSc

Carla completed her Bachelor of Human Ecology with a major in nutrition from the University of Manitoba followed by a dietetic internship with Saskatoon District Health. She has completed her Masters degree in Human Nutritional Sciences (2013) at the University of Manitoba. This experience involved working in the area of food security and conducting research with the homeless population in Winnipeg. Carla has further conducted local and international presentations on her research.

In 1999 Carla established a place in private practice within Manitoba and has extended that to the province of Saskatchewan. Extensive knowledge and experience with nutrition needs of remote, northern communities is an area of strong interest for Carla (having originally hailed from northern Manitoba herself). Further interests include food security, nutrition for Arthritis, geriatric nutrition, to name a few. She continues to use her formal education related to teaching adults in a number of settings (group education, individual counseling, program development and delivery).

Carla has remained active in the profession of dietetics through membership in committees for professional standards at the provincial level and as a member of continued competency at the national level. She is a member in good standing with the College of Dietitians of Manitoba (CDM). Active living is an important part of Carla’s life. She has taken part in ½ marathon events in Manitoba as well as Europe (in support of The Arthritis Society) raising funds and awareness for arthritis. Giving back to the local community is something that Carla is passionate about. She presently volunteers in the position of Board Member for the Elizabeth Fry Society of Manitoba and chairs a sub-committee for food security with this organization.

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Angela Beaton

RD, BHEc

Angela obtained her Bachelor of Human Ecology degree with a major in foods and nutrition from the University of Manitoba in 1997. In 2006, she pursued a career in dietetics after working for several years in the private sector as a food safety specialist with a national grocery retailer and food production companies. She applies her nutrition expertise in variety of areas, with a special interest in mental health, Aboriginal populations (urban and remote settings), and food safety.

Angela has volunteered as a Board member for the Elizabeth Fry Society, Manitoba chapter and is a member in good standing with Dietitians of Canada (DC) and the College of Dietitians of Manitoba (CDM).

Dina Daniell0-Santiago

RD, BSc

Dina obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Human Nutritional Sciences from the University of Manitoba in 2007, and has been changing lives ever since! Her experiences include: pre- and post-natal nutrition, geriatric nutrition, disease prevention and management, meal solution ideas, weight loss, and she has taught post-secondary nutrition for culinary arts students. Dina motivates individuals to adopt client-centered healthy eating practices and physical activity. In addition, she has presented group nutrition education for a variety of audiences. She translates simple ideas into elevated productivity, work-live balance and health.  

Dina’s passion goes beyond nutrition. Her love for fitness is evident in her commitment to teaching full-energy fitness classes. This dedication has motivated Dina to train and compete in 2 fitness competitions!

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