Kate Chury, RD, Bsc

Kate Chury is a Canadian registered dietitian (RD) with a passion for food and educating others about nutrition. After graduating with honours from the University of British Columbia dietetics program she worked as a clinical dietitian in Victoria, BC and Vancouver, BC. Kate spent three years living abroad in Asuncion, Paraguay where she immersed herself in a new culture, language and, of course, food.

Kate now lives in beautiful Calgary, Alberta and is a member of the College of Dietitians of Alberta in good standing.

What can you expect when you work with Kate?

Kate’s experience ranges from helping those with specialized and complex medical issues (such as eating disorders, kidney disease and diabetes) to working on general strategies to improve nutrition for those just wanting to get their eating on track and maximize their nutrient intake. Kate has a keen interest functional gut disorders, such as IBS and has been trained by Monash University in the Low FODMAP Diet. Kate will work with you to manage your individual health needs using a whole food approach. Together you will explore dietary therapies and tailor a diet specific to your health and lifestyle needs.


Kate is a certified Craving Change™ expert specializing in strategies for problematic and emotional eating. Kate prides herself in creating a supportive environment in which to explore your individual health and nutrition needs. She believes in helping people develop a healthy relationship with food while inspiring them in the kitchen. Eating well doesn’t have to be complicated or restrictive. Food is meant to be enjoyed, no matter your dietary needs. She will work with you to focus on your health, to take the uncertainty out of eating, and to strengthen your relationship with food. Kate will help you explore your eating behaviours in a safe and professional environment. You will learn to ditch the mindset of deprivation and focus on what you can eat, rather than what you can’t. Kate will guide you through the maze of nutrition misinformation so you can gain confidence in the kitchen and with your eating.