Simply For Life Dartmouth

About the Dartmouth Clinic

At Simply For Life Dartmouth, our mission is to empower people in our community to achieve their ultimate health by adopting simple yet profound nutrition and lifestyle changes – for life. More than our mission, this is our passion. It’s our life. Sustainable and optimal health, for the long-run. It’s a lifestyle. Our program is based on real, whole food. It’s that simple.

SERVICES

You’ll work with your consultant to determine the best option for your needs. Nutrition Transition: Each week our Nutrition Experts motivate with vital nutritional 
information and transition your meal plan as your body is rejuvenated with wholesome foods.
  • Weekly teaching & coaching
  • Customized meal plans
  • Food journal
  • Educational handouts & recipes
  • Online access to MySFL
Managing Solo is the most important part of the program. Achieve your health goals and graduate to the best part of the program – maintenance.
  • Bi-weekly teaching & coaching
  • Creating your own meal plans
  • Learn to introduce favourite foods
  • Educational handouts & recipes
  • Online access to MySFL
Health Freedom: This is the beginning of a healthier life. Empower is like a touchstone. Once a month, meet with your nutrition expert for a quick check-up to keep grounded and on track.
  • Monthly teaching & coaching
  • Educational handouts & recipes
  • Online access to MySFL
  • Gain your health freedom!
We also offer specialty programs such as our Transform – Fat Burn Protocol, Digestive Cleanse, Restorative Detox and tailored competition programs for athletes of any sport or skill level. SFL @work programs can also be arranged through your workplace, and we offer single individual meal plans if you're just looking for a taste of Simply For Life. Contact us today to find out more!

Meet the Team

Meredith Lapp, BA(Hons), BSc, RD

Meredith is an outgoing and approachable registered dietitian committed to making emerging nutrition research relevant, useful, and memorable for people of all ages. Originally from Toronto, Meredith holds a BA(Hons) from the University of King’s College. After varied early career experience in event planning, acting, children’s camps, and resume counselling, Meredith found her passion for fitness and nutrition while training for her first Bluenose 10k and half marathon (21km) races, and returned to school to pursue dietetic training (BSc, RD) at Mount Saint Vincent University. She completed her internship experience at the Canadian Diabetes Association, Camp Morton (a summer camp for teens with Type 1 diabetes), and two long-term care centres. Meredith has particular interest in sports nutrition and strongly encourages women to incorporate weightlifting into their fitness regimens. Meredith’s nutrition philosophy centres around a “back to basics” whole food approach: choosing the right foods, at the right times, in the right portions. Living with a severe peanut allergy herself, Meredith is familiar with the lifelong challenges that go along with food-related limitations, and she enjoys helping clients find sustainable solutions to similar restrictions. Meredith’s favourite Simply For Life dish is the White Bean Tabbouleh (a hearty grain salad with Mediterranean flavours); you’ll find it on all her client menus, and often in her lunch bag!