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There are many healthy ways to eat and the best timing of your meals depends on your habits and lifestyle.
Energy bars are portable, convenient and ready to eat. But is this really a healthy choice or just a glorified chocolate bar?
As a diabetes educator, I liked the idea of having diabetes for a short period of time As it turns out, I was granted this opportunity.
This year’s nutrition month theme is Best Food Forward: plan, shop, cook, enjoy!
For many, there is no time, appetite or inclination for breakfast, aside perhaps from a caffeine injection
Dr. Atkins’ revolution has a new friend: Wheat Belly. Cardiologist William Davis has discovered the simple solution to obesity
Being “Unplug and Play week,” I thought it would be time to highlight the Canadian Paediatric Society’s 2012 physical activity guidelines
Supper has just finished, you settle on the couch to relax, when a little voice in your head whispers, “Psst…hey you…
Studies indicate that for most Canadians, one of the best ways to reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes is to lose weight.
Diabetes refers to a group of diseases that affect the body’s production or use of insulin.
It’s Halloween time again, and many parents worry about the mountains of candy their children bring home.
The recent XL beef recall has raised many questions about the safety of our food supply.
Travelling to Turkey this summer, I fell in love with the eggplant.
September has arrived and the school lunch-packing season begins.
The question is always, what should I send for my child’s lunch?
Besides healthy eating, I spend a lot of time encouraging people to be active.
Some cholesterol is needed to make cells and hormones, but too much increases your risk of heart attack and stroke.
Summer has arrived and for many people this means barbecue season.
Carbohydrates are a perfect source of energy for athletes.
Lawn mowing season has begun and, for many, this also marks the beginning of beer-drinking season.
When I ask women when they first started gaining weight, the answer is almost always, “When I had my kids.”