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About Katharine Archer, RD

Your Nutrition Coach


Katharine Archer is a Registered Dietitian with over 20 years of experience, helping thousands of clients achieve their lifestyle goals.   

Katharine's love of food fueled her desire to be an educator about nutrition and health. Her supportive "nutrition coach" style empowers individuals by providing them with the knowledge and tools needed to develop realistic goals that ensure success.  The ongoing education, advice, and support she provides helps to keep clients motivated and allows them to maintain changes long term.

Clients love her "All Foods Can Fit" approach, combined with her ability to explain the science behind recommendations in an easy to understand manner.  She tailors each session to the individual, recognizing that what may work for one person, may not work for another. 

Her personal experience with IBS means that for her digestive health clients, she not only understands the science, but also the daily challenges that come with the disorder.  

Katharine obtained her degree from The University of British Columbia and completed her internship at Vancouver General Hospital.  

Dietitian vs Nutritionist


Dietitians are health care professionals who have completed a Bachelor's degree in food and nutrition from an accredited university, plus a 1 year internship.  This means that Dietitians have the expertise to address complex medical issues and provide reliable nutrition advice that you can trust.  

Dietitians are committed to evidence-based practice and are required by law to maintain membership with provincial regulating bodies.  In British Columbia, this regulating body is the College of Dietitians of BC (CDBC).  In order to maintain membership with the CDBC, Dietitians must be able to show that they are staying up to date with the latest nutrition information.

The title ‘Dietitian’ is protected by law, just like physician, nurse and pharmacist. When you use the services of a Dietitian or Registered Dietitian (RD), you can be sure that you are receiving nutrition advice from a qualified professional.  

To the contrary, the title "Nutritionist" is not a protected title in BC, which means anyone can use it.  ​​