Award Winning Media Dietitian. TV Nutrition Expert for ReverseD. Committed to supporting others to live a healthy and joyful life
Shahzadi Devje is an award winning registered dietitian-nutritionist, mom of three, and healthy living aficionado.
She has experienced first hand the devastating effects of diabetes and cancer in her own family, which sparked her passion and yearning to spread the healthy living message.
Shahzadi is the Owner of Desi~licious RD, and the resident Nutritionist for REVERSED - A diabetes reality TV show, by celebrity chef, Charles Mattocks. She has also been featured in numerous health and fitness magazines as a subject matter expert.
Shahzadi shares her love of cooking on her blog (www.shahzadidevje.com), and shows families that healthy eating can be fun, simple and delicious. A mindful eating proponent, Shahzadi believes how we eat is just as important as what we eat.
She holds a master’s degree in public health nutrition; with postgraduate studies in nutrition and clinical dietetics. Recognized for her community activist work, she was named 2016 Dietitians of Canada award recipient for leadership.
Credit: Shahzadi Devje Celebrity chef, Charles Mattocks is on a mission to change the face of diabetes. Nephew of the late reggae legend Bob Marley, Charles is bold and a zealous champion of the cause...
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With 2 months of summer vacation, it can be difficult to adjust back to the school routine. But like all good things, this too must come to an end, and make way for new beginnings. As many of us prepare for the start of school, the 'to do' list may feel a little overwhelming. And if you are feeling worried about meal planning, we've got you covered. Registered Dietitians share their best meal planning tricks to ease your transition and ace back to school.