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How to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain without Restrictions or Food Guilt!

Tis the Season for fun, food and merriment…..and weight gain! The average Canadian will gain between 0.2 to 1.3 kg in the next 3 months due to more food, less

Sugar: Is it really THAT evil?

How much Sugar is too much?This is the #1 question that we get from parents! And it’s understandable: there are no clear “guidelines” for sugar consumption; because we don’t REQUIRE

What’s in Your Genes? Everything you need to know about Genetic Testing

You’ve probably heard a lot about genetic self-testing kits lately. These are NOT the genetic tests your doctor administers, but rather tests you can do yourself and send away to

Back to School: Guide to the Lunch Box

Well parents, it’s that time of year. Back-to-school means back-to-real life! And hopefully BACK-TO-ROUTINE! Regular sleep patterns, regularly-time meals and brain-boosting snacks make everyone happier. The start of school can

BBQ and You: Safe Grilling for You and Your Family

Get your BBQ ON! There is nothing like a good summer barbecue- it’s fast, delicious, fairly easy to prepare with less dishes! You get to enjoy the gorgeous summer weather

How to Eat Junk Food Better

Let’s be honest; even the healthiest eaters out there want to eat some occasional “junk”! When we think of “junk food” we think of classics like: Chips Fries Cheesies Chocolate

Saving Money & Eating Better at Home

How many times per week do you eat outside food? Not just restaurants, but coffee and and snack runs, forgot-to-pack-a-lunch meals, or picking up prepared foods at the grocery store

Food Allergies: What to know before baby starts eating

Food allergies have been on the rise in recent years, giving everyone, especially new parents another reason to worry about food. Good news - while allergies are becoming more common,

Children & Food Allergies: Are they getting enough nutrients?

So, your child has been diagnosed with a food allergy, and you’re probably panicking a little bit with what seems like “bad news”. It can seem pretty overwhelming, particularly in

Food and Mood: Making (And Keeping) Spirits Bright!

The holidays are a magical time… Snow, lights, decorations, beautifully wrapped gifts, parties… Oh, and endless shopping trips to find the presents that Santa promised your kids, slippery driving conditions,

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