I am not (and have not been) paid by any company for any information that I share. I have not been provided with any free products to review, test, sample or distribute since 2011 when at the time I worked for a grocery company (and was given samples to distribute freely to customers of the store. There were no payments made to me or any stipulations or guidelines on samplings, I simply was given them and could distribute them as I wished during my employment).
My posts, reviews, ingredients and recipes come from my personal experiences. Occasionally I might mention a specific brand and I’ll try to explain why. If there is a rare occasion where I share a product brand it is usually because I consider it to be a high-quality product at a low cost, I do not post about brands as a form of sponsorship, a means to make money or for my own personal benefit.
I have never written any information on this website, social media and beyond as a promise or guarantee in an exchange for goods, money, or service.
My opinions are my own and I plan to continue to form them on my own terms.
I am committed to the above statements. I will continue to be transparent and honest with any affiliations or financial relationships in the future that could potentially influence my views. I am committed to disclosing potential conflicts of interest.
For a closer look at what the guidelines are for an Albertan Dietitian please view The College of Dietitians of Alberta code of ethics.
Please note that there is a disclaimer on the bottom of each page you visit on my website it states:
Despite my credentials as a Registered Dietitian, the information I choose to share on social media and on this website is not intended to be used as personal medical advice. To ensure individual health and wellbeing please consult with your family physician for personalized medical advice. The information contained on this website is for general information purposes only. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk.