Ally Choo, BSc, RD is a Registered Dietitian with the College of Dietitians of British Columbia. Ally received her undergraduate degree with honours from the University of British Columbia and completed her dietetic internship with Providence Health Care. Ally has a wide variety of clinical experience including Diabetes, Medicine, Surgery, Renal Disease, Oncology, Chronic Pain and Chronic Disease.
Ally has years of experience working as the clinical dietitian for the Fraser South Eating Disorders program and is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor.
Ally believes that change starts with one small decision. In her practice, she helps her clients achieve their health and wellness goals by coaching them on how to form simple habits that will lead to lasting results. By combining the psychology of eating and behavior change with the most up to date evidence-based nutrition information, Ally individualizes her nutrition recommendations to fit her client’s unique (and often busy!) lifestyles.
Ally prides herself in being a weight neutral practitioner and practices from a gender and trans inclusive lens. She believes that health is attainable at any weight, shape or size and includes mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. Ally focuses on health gain rather than weight loss and finds passion in helping her clients find food freedom.
Intuitive Eating Pro Skills 6 Week Training
Intuitive Eating Helm Publishing Self-Study Intuitive Eating Course & Exam
Group Supervision for Intuitive Eating Pro counseling
ED for RDs: Eating Disorder Education for Registered Dietitians Course
Radically Open DBT for RDs Seminar
Marci Evans Nutrition Counseling for Eating Disorders
Marci Evans Digestive Disorders & Eating Disorders: A Complicated Mix
Sanyas Indigenous Cultural Safety Course
Centre for Collaboration Motivation and Innovation Motivational Interviewing Course
EDRDPRO ARFID for Dietitians: A Responsive Feeding Therapy Approach
Mental Health Trainings EFFT Core Clinical Training
Status: Currently accepting new clients
Registration: College of Dietitians of British Columbia (CDBC)