Amy Yiu, BSc, RD Registered Dietitian, Nutrition Educator & Online Nutritionist Specialty: Asian Diets, Weight Loss, Metabolic syndromes, Chronic Disease (Heart Health, Bone Health, Pre-diabetes, Diabetes), Meal Planning, Seniors Health) When you meet Amy you can’t help to be drawn to her infectious enthusiasm, optimism and sincere care for her clients.
She loves teaching and mentoring and is known for her kind, reassuring and lighthearted nature. Her clients enjoy the balance of her detail oriented understanding of nutrition wrapped with the ability to offer simplified and practical ideas that can work for any family situation. She is naturally curious, multi-passionate and loves to learn and develop skills in a wide variety of areas.
Since 2008 Amy has worked as a nutrition counsellor and educator, author, media expert, and workshop facilitator. Amy has extensive experience in education for weight concerns, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, bone health, seniors health and family meal planning. She is continuing to expand her knowledge in mental health, menopause and how western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine can intersect for overall wellness. She specializes in the Asian diet and cross-cultural sensitivity of food choices and offering nutrition support in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
She is founder of Libra Nutrition and at any time leads a team of over a dozen student volunteers in a variety of nutrition education projects for the community, grocery industry and non-profit sector. She and her team have published over 500 nutrition-related articles in multiple Asian magazines and national newspapers including Ming Pao, Foodoir, Voices Weekly and Today Commercial News. She co-authored Dietitians at Home, a cookbook for the whole family with easy and nutritious Asian-inspired recipes and is currently writing her second book. She is a regular Chinese TV and radio talk show guest expert on nutrition for programs such as OMNI Television and AM1470 in Vancouver. She has proudly served as the spokesperson for the Dietitians of Canada National Nutrition Month campaigns in British Columbia for close to a decade. Amy is a recipient of the Leadership Award by the Dietitians of Canada to recognize her contributions to the profession and the community. In 2023, Amy was recognized as one of the Top 10 Dietitians by Today's Dietitians magazine.
Over the past decade, she has conducted over 200 in-person and virtual community workshops and touched the lives of over 20,000 people who have attended. She passionately continues to expand her skills as a virtual presenter offering virtual nutrition workshops for organizations and non-profits.
Amy is registered with the College of Dietitians of British Columbia and Dietitians of Canada.