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About Cheryl

Cheryl's Story


Cheryl Corry, founder of Nutrition Pathway, is a Registered Dietitian (RD) living with her family in Oakville, Ontario.   As a Registered Dietitian, she provides trusted, reliable nutrition advice based on current scientific research. 

Cheryl works with clients to develop personalized health care plans specific to their needs.  She provides nutrition assessments and counselling to help them make healthy changes to their eating habits and lifestyle and/or prevent or treat chronic diseases.

Cheryl graduated with an Honors Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition from the University of Western Ontario.  She completed her dietetic internship at St. Michael's hospital in Toronto.  Cheryl is a Registered Dietitian in good standing with the College of Dietitians of Ontario and a member of Dietitians of Canada, Consulting Dietitian's group and the Primary Care Dietitians' Association.

Throughout her career, Cheryl has provided nutrition counselling as a clinical dietitian in a community hospital and as member of a family health team.  She has several years experience facilitating nutrition related workshops and has worked in the pharmaceutical industry as a sales trainer.  As a Craving ChangeTM instructor, she has experience helping clients manage emotional and/or problematic eating behaviour and improve their relationship with food.

Cheryl believes that healthy eating is an important part of a healthy lifestyle.  It is not about deprivation, but rather enjoying the foods you love in moderation. Cheryl's nutrition knowledge, experience, compassion and step by step approach have helped her successfully guide her clients along the pathway of making positive lifestyle changes.  She is passionate about helping clients achieve their health goals and improve their overall well being.  

Cheryl Corry, Registered Dietitian


  • Healthy Eating for all ages

  • Weight Loss 

  • Heart Health

  • Diabetes Prevention/ Management

  • Digestive Concerns (FODMAPs)

  • Food allergies/intolerances

  • Sport Nutrition

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