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March is Nutrition Month in Canada and this year’s theme is “Make it and Take it.”
At about 10 to seven every night, she stops whatever she is doing, walks to the kitchen, points at the fridge, and chants…
One challenging weight loss situation is when people are working afternoon or evening shifts.
I learned my lesson about overheating oils in grade seven. My mom was in hospital getting surgery, leaving dad to run the kitchen
“I just want to lose twenty pounds!” Unfortunately, New Year’s resolutions are easy to make, but hard to achieve.
The people of Salmon Arm liked Christmas a lot…But the dietitian, Who lived just north, Did NOT!
The holiday season has arrived, and with it comes anxiety about holiday weight gain.
MaMa! Maaa-Ma! This is the sound of my human alarm clock, waking me promptly around 6 o’clock every morning.
Winter is coming and soon many of us will be spending most of our non-working hours in the dark.
My daughter started preschool last year, and because she was not quite ready for the transition, I also attended preschool.
One of the biggest challenges of being a working parent is suppertime
I recently saw a client who had started eating spoonfuls of coconut oil to help her cholesterol levels.
Developing a veggie garden could help get children invested in eating healthy
Recently, I was at a potluck where despite the wide array of delicious food, many people were only eating meat and the veggie platter.
Potatoes are healthy; however, the problem with potatoes is in the way we eat them.
Diets have been around for decades, and despite the absence of any evidence that they produce significant long-term weight loss…
Valentine’s Day has passed, and like most holidays is celebrated by our children with candy, chocolate and sweets.
Sometimes our house will be a disaster, there will be no clean laundry, but four food groups will still be on the table
The new movement is health at every size – eating nutritious foods to satisfy hunger and finding physical activities that you enjoy.
Regular water trumps costly alternative beverages.