Introducing: Anne Riley, RD

Private practice and clinical dietitian

 

After graduating from Mount Saint Vincent University in 2013 Anne has worked in a variety of settings including private practice, long-term care and clinical nutrition. She is currently counselling clients at Agricola Holistic Health in the north end of Halifax. At Agricola Holistic Health Anne works as part of a team to provide well-rounded services for clients looking to improve overall health and wellness.

 

Anne is also a casual Clinical Dietitian for the Nova Scotia Health Authority (formerly Capital Health). Currently she is providing care to inpatients and long-term care residents at 3 small community hospitals and long-term care facilities in the HRM. Anne has provided services for inpatients and outpatients in a variety of clinical settings, and believes that working in such diverse settings provides her with a balanced professional outlook.

 

A couple questions asked of Anne:

 

What one food is always in your fridge/pantry/freezer?

 

Lemon and lime juices. I don't love spicy foods, but the acidity of these juices give a great kick to otherwise bland meals - they go especially well on a stir-fry.

 

What skill or talent would you most like to have?

 

To be able to converse fluently in a second language. I would also love to learn American Sign Language.

 

What is the best adventure you’ve been on?

 

When I was 18 I spent a month in Ireland working at small family farms in exchange for room and board. It was a great chance to travel for cheap while getting my hands dirty and immersing in the culture!

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