Marie-Claire Gahel-Calouche, Registered Dietitian, has a baccalaureate in Nutrition from McGill University and is a member of the Quebec Order of Dietitians (Ordre professionnel des Diététistes du Québec – OPDQ). She is also a member Dietitians of Canada and the SQHA (Société québécoise de l’hypertension artérielle). She has experience in the professional fields of cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, diabetes, weight management, sports nutrition, gastrointestinal diseases, including Irritable bowel syndrome(IBS). Within her private practice, MCGC Nutrition, Marie-Claire develops individualized nutritional strategies according to the specific needs of her clients/patients based on their previous medical history. She prioritizes respecting one’s dietary needs, based on sound scientific guidelines, for the development of long-term healthy habits, while preserving the pleasure of eating well.
Also, she has a baccalaureate in Biological Sciences in Immunology and Microbiology from the University of Montreal (Université de Montréal) and has always kept her interests for the role of the microbiome on global health. She is continually looking for new ways to perfect herself and to constantly update her vocational knowledge and regularly attends scientific conferences and congresses. She has recently completed an official course on the ‘Fodmap” diet application for the Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) developed by Monash University located in Australia, which is the founding institution of this nutritional strategy researches.