Hi, I’m Craig!

I am a Registered Dietitian based in Toronto/Tkaronto, Ontario. I am a cis-gender, gay man and my pronouns are he/him/his. I started this practice to help 2SLGBTQ+ folks get reliable, inclusive support around their bodies and food. Whether it is around chronic disease management, settling a difficult digestive tract, or just living your best life, I can help! I practice from a health at every size approach. This means I celebrate body diversity, challenge scientific and cultural assumptions around health and wellness, and prioritize compassionate self-care. This also means that I reject the idea that weight is a strong indicator of good health, and I see the importance of focusing on rejecting diet culture, promoting positive relationships with our body, and working on measurable health outcomes such as blood sugars, cholesterol/triglycerides, and blood pressure. I also practice from an intersectional perspective, acknowledging how factors like ethnicity, gender, age, and ability affect our lived experience.

I do not restrict my services to only members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community. I believe we all can thrive in safer, inclusive spaces.

I am a Registered Dietitian, certified through the College of Dietitian’s of Ontario. I completed my Honours Bachelor of Science in Health Studies at the University of Waterloo and my Bachelor of Applied Science in Nutrition and Food from Toronto Metropolitan University. I also have my Master of Public Health from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health through the University of Toronto. Through my education, I have completed various courses and certifications in health, gender, and sexuality such as:

  • Sociology of Gender
  • Introduction to Human Sexuality
  • Human Sexuality in Relationships
  • Parents, Children, and Family Relations
  • Public Health Policy – focus on Sex Education Curriculums for the public school system
  • Nutrition Programs and Strategies – focus on the inclusivity of LGBTQ folks in acute care settings
  • Social Determinants of health
  • Eating Disorder Sensitive: Education for Dietitian’s – Body Brave

In addition to my education, I have also worked in the field of gender and sexuality education and advocacy through experiences such as:

  • Training and Education Specialist at Rainbow Health Ontario, a leader in LGBT2SQ+ health.
  • Course Content Creator for CFNY 409 Gender and Food Security at Toronto Metropolitan University.
  • Contract Lecturer for FNP 100 – Introduction to Professional Practice at Toronto Metropolitan University.
  • Teaching and Research Assistant in the Sexuality, Marriage, and Family Studies department at the University of Waterloo.

1-on-1 Counselling Packages

Digestive Wellness Program

You will:

  • Learn about key nutrients involved in regulating digestion
  • Behavioural and lifestyle factors affecting your digestion
  • Evidence-based supplement recommendations that may improve digestive symptoms
  • Receive a 7-day meal plan, additional recipes, and participate in food/symptom tracking


3 x 45 minutes



Meal Mastery Program

You will:

  • Learn various methods for effective and efficient meal planning.
  • Develop balanced meals that work best for you and your household.
  • Explore new foods and food products to enhance your current meal plan.
  • Receive a 7-day meal plan and meal-planning toolkit


1 x 45 minutes

3 x 30 minutes




Food and You Program

You will:

  • Explore your relationship with food, diet culture, and nutrition.
  • Reflect on how social media and diet culture have influenced your definition of health and wellness.
  • Learn how to apply gentle nutrition and intuitive eating practices to your life.
  • Participate in guided reflection activities and food & journalling


4 x 45 minutes







Build Your Own Program

You will:

  • Create a customized plan and SMART goals to address concerns such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, sports nutrition, plant-based eating (vegetarian / vegan), liver health, and anti-inflammatory eating. 
  • Discuss Trans-Related health and nutrition concerns such as HRT, gender affirming surgeries, and more. 
  • Receive a 7-day customized meal plan and additional resources to support your goals.


1 x 45 minutes

2 x 30 minutes



Consulting services

I provide a variety of in-person and virtual training for groups on topics relating to health, wellness, inclusivity, and professional practice:

Health and Wellness: workplace wellness, mental health and food, meal planning and preparation.

LGBTQ Inclusivity: LGBTQ terminology and language, nutrition and health considerations, creating welcoming spaces

Professional Practice: Person-centered care, trauma-informed nutrition services, interprofessional practice, program planning


Please email craig@queerlynutrition.com

for more information.

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