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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?
August is my favourite food month and I feel pressure to capture all that flavour for the rest of the year.
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.
People today are more and more confused about nutrition recommendations, despite the fact that they have not changed.
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.”
Gardening is one of those things I love more in spirit than in practice.
Breakfast cereal (from a box) is the one food I have become suspicious of as a dietitian.
March is Nutrition Month, and this year Dietitians of Canada has chosen the theme, “Get the real deal on your meal.”
These days I feel a little shocked every time I get to the register at the grocery store.
Health Canada reports 90 per cent of Canadians over the age of 20 already have at least one risk factor for heart disease or stroke.
As parents, we have all prepared that inevitable meal that our children won’t even touch.
One vitamin that is always in the news is vitamin D.
The holiday season is ending and many of us feel like we should never eat again.