With over twenty years of professional experience as a dietitian, Natasha is deeply committed to unravelling the intricate relationship between diet and the gut microbiome.

Natasha Haskey (RD) is a PhD trained, Registered Dietitian with 20 years of experience in nutrition. In June 2023, she completed her PhD at the University of British Columbia‚ÄĒOkanagan, at the Centre for Microbiome and Inflammatory Research.

She is a member of the College of Dietitians of British Columbia and the Dietitians of Canada

Natasha is not just a dietitian; she is a national expert in gastrointestinal nutrition, a field she has dedicated her career to. Her focus is on probiotics, prebiotics, and the impact of diet on the microbiome. 

Natasha is currently collaborating with Dr. Maitreyi Raman and her team at Alberta’s Collaboration of Excellence for Nutrition in Digestive Diseases (Ascend) at the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary.

Beyond her academic and professional achievements, Natasha remains steadfast in her commitment to her profession and community. Natasha’s passion for food and culinary exploration knows no bounds, as she takes delight in experimenting with new recipes and sharing her culinary creations with loved ones.

My Services

Whether you seek individual nutrition counselling, continuing education or research insights, Natasha offers comprehensive services tailored to your unique needs.


Natasha thrives on crafting engaging presentations that cater to a variety of audiences, from healthcare professionals to the general public.


Natasha is a versatile and skilled writer, adept at crafting content for both scientific and general audiences, and has a particular passion for knowledge translation.


Natasha's research focuses on how dietary factors influence the gut microbiome and inflammation, seeking new approaches to improve digestive health.


Natasha has extensive experience working with various media outlets, including TV, radio, and print, to discuss prebiotics, probiotics, and gut health topics.