Nutrition Services

Nutrition Services

CrossFit 416 is happy to provide nutrition services courtesy of our in-house Sport Dietitian, Emilie! She works with the most innovative and cutting edge research to help you achieve your personal fitness goals. Emilie will put together an individualized program that is right for you.

Areas Emilie can help you with: api-370

Body Transformations
Weight Loss/Fat Loss
Weight Gain/Muscle Gain
Food Allergies/Intolerances/Sensitivity
Sports Nutrition
Chronic Disease management
Supplement Optimization
Healthy Aging
Mindless/Emotional Eating
Injury Recovery

Book your assessment with Emilie today! To learn more, inquire at the front desk or email
Check with your insurance provider for Dietitian coverage 
Service Initial Consult Follow-up Package
Basic nutritional counseling (non-disease related) $125 (60 min) $65 (30 min) $250 (includes initial consult + 2 follow-up appointments
Disease related counseling (eg. Diabetes, heart health) $150 (60 min) $65 (30 min) $400 (includes initial consult + 4 follow-up appointments)
Nutritional and Fitness Counseling (General) $150 (60 min) $65 (30 min) $400 (includes initial consult + 4 follow-up appointments)
Meal Plans $50 $25 (revisions) (N/A)
Body Composition Testing $35 $30 $120 (4 Skinfold assessments)


Emilie’s Bio

Emilie is a Registered Dietitian and Sports Dietitian. She graduated with Honours from Ryerson University’s School of Nutrition with a minor in Psychology and completed her Dietetic Internship Program at Grand River Hospital in 2013. Emilie has been involved in the world of Sports Nutrition for many years. She has worked for Can-Fit-Pro, provided presentations and grocery store tours for run clubs within the GTA, seminars for Crossfit athletes, as well as one-to-one consultations for both weight management and sports nutrition. She also has experience working with individuals living with chronic illness such as diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. She is working towards her Certified Sports Nutritionist certification through the International Society of Sports Nutrition.

Emilie has been involved in athletics for many years. After 15 years of competitive dancing, she went on to pursue long distance running for several years, and most recently CrossFit. In her spare time, Emilie enjoys creating healthy recipes that are appealing to foodies and athletes alike.  Emilie believes that all foods fit within a healthy lifestyle, and that nutrition is the foundation to optimal health and wellness. She continues to expand her palate and expertise for food and nutrition by travelling the world and immersing herself in their culture.


Emilie’s Articles

Benefits of Vitamin D

No, Not my sweet bacon

How to spot a fad diet

Joint Pain: The Truth About Glucosamine

Should I Be Taking A Protein Supplement?

What Does A Dietitian/Sports Dietitian Do?