Canada Food

Love Your Food, Love Yourself

Timi Gustafson, R.D. | Posted 07.22.2016 | Canada Living
Timi Gustafson, R.D.

To understand the true value of food is to understand what the body requires to fully function. I know, it sounds corny when health counselors sometimes advise their clients to 'listen' to their body, but it does make sense. The body does make its needs known if we pay attention.

What We Can Do About Canada's Food Waste Problem

Tommy Tobin | Posted 07.19.2016 | Canada Living
Tommy Tobin

While the old adage tells us to waste not and want not, all too often surplus food ends up uneaten. Canada's mounting amount of wasted food is costing consumers and cutting into the country's overall economy output. Canada's economy is losing the equivalent of two per cent of its entire GDP each year to food waste.

How To Stay Healthy Over The Summer

Jane Dummer | Posted 07.19.2016 | Canada Living
Jane Dummer

We wait all year for long summer days filled with BBQs, pool parties, cottage weekends and food festivals. But these endless social events can have you overindulging in food and drink more than any other time of year. So how can you stay healthy over the summer? We asked our experts for their advice.

10 Differences I've Noticed Between Canada And The UK

Tom Gamble | Posted 07.19.2016 | Canada Living
Tom Gamble

Canada is a wonderful, unique country. I came here as a musician and a stereotypical tea drinking, Marmite enjoying Brit to live, work and study for a masters degree at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. I was immediately struck with the country's immeasurable beauty, vastness and diversity, but I was even more struck with how culturally different it was to my country.

New Dining Trends And Innovations To Look Out For This Year

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 07.14.2016 | Canada British Columbia
Sacha DeVoretz

Mo thinks that the overall future of going out, will be people entertaining less at home, meeting friends at engaging places that suit their mood. They want to experience many different things in a restaurant.

Pick Your Food For A Better Mood

Michelle Vodrazka | Posted 07.13.2016 | Canada Living
Michelle Vodrazka

There's been lots of discussion recently about the gut microbiome, an ecosystem which consists of several hundred different species of bacteria. An imbalance in this ecosystem (an overgrowth or 'bad' bacteria or a lack of diversity), can lead to negative symptoms connected to a range of diseases, including autism, obesity, depression, anxiety, allergies, irritable bowel syndrome, asthma and other digestive and mental health issues.

What To Eat In The Heat

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre | Posted 07.08.2016 | Canada Living
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

This heat makes me want to find the nearest lake and jump right in. Or lay under a shady tree with a sprinkler near by. Registered dietitian Daphna Steinberg says the hot weather is no reason not to enjoy good food. Daphna and her colleague Katherine Vandenbussche, registered dietitian, have a few tips for eating in the heat:

I Know First-Hand The Vital Importance Of Labelling Allergens

Amanda Orlando | Posted 07.07.2016 | Canada Living
Amanda Orlando

Walking towards the mirror I was sure I had a stray lash or speck of dust in my eye; it was extremely itchy. But my face paled at the sight of my lower eyelid, swollen, red, and throbbing. Next was my lower lip on the same side; the interior buzzing with irritation and puffing up against my teeth.

The Key To A Bright Future Could Rely On "Dark Earth"

David Suzuki | Posted 07.06.2016 | Canada
David Suzuki

Feeding more than seven billion people with minimal environmental and climate impacts is no small feat. That parts of the world are plagued by obesity while starvation is rampant elsewhere shows part of the problem revolves around distribution and social equity. But agricultural methods pose some of the biggest challenges.

Why Greece Does Olive Oil Better

Inessa Radostin | Posted 07.05.2016 | Canada Living
Inessa Radostin

If you can't afford the trip to Greece, I would suggest you test drive some of their flavours straight from your home. I've been doing that all week and although it's not quite the same as soaking in the sun in Athens, it definitely makes me remember what it tasted like there.

New Web Series Focuses On The Service Industry, Sex

Michael MacDonald | Posted 07.04.2016 | Canada
Michael MacDonald

I remember attending this one party back in university with Ian Lynch and few of our mutual friends from Frosh week. It's memorable because Ian's mo...

Things You Shouldn't Be Embarrassed About

Posted 07.04.2016 | Canada Living

Life is, and has always been, messy. Our bodies are beautiful marvels of nature but they’re often held to unreachable standards. It’s time to stop the madness and accept the fact that these are not things to be embarrassed about, these are just facts of life!

Bladder Leakage By The Numbers

Posted 06.27.2016 | Canada Living

More Canadians experience bladder leakage than you might have thought. From the AOL Partner Studio

Vancouver Counts Down To Indian Summer Fest 2016

Genevieve Michaels | Posted 06.24.2016 | Canada British Columbia
Genevieve Michaels

The sixth annual Indian Summer Festival is fast approaching, and arts and culture lovers all over our city are gearing up for what promises to be the most intellectually stimulating ten days of the year. Taking place from July 7th to 16th, the festival combines a range of events featuring thinkers, artists, and leaders from Canada, South Asia, and beyond into a program that promises to be enlightening, entertaining, and inclusive.

How To Host A Dinner Party For Complete Strangers

David King | Posted 06.23.2016 | Canada Living
David King

Today, we live in jam-packed cities, yet ironically they can feel far more isolating than smaller, rural communities. I always ask people if they know the other people on their floor in their condo building, and generally their answer is: "not really." Everyone has to eat, so why not eat together?

Tempting Teen Taste Buds: 15 Family-Friendly Recipes

BiteMeMore.com | Posted 06.22.2016 | Canada Living
BiteMeMore.com

Our dedication to family mealtime remains strong and that's why we've come up with these delicious family-friendly recipes, foolproof recipes that not only answer the question, "What's for dinner?" but also help you serve it up in a quick and easy way.

Food That Is Feeling

Tamara Griffiths | Posted 06.20.2016 | Canada
Tamara Griffiths

Studies have shown our taste for foods is created by cultural and learned experiences as Petrini (2001), Duruz (2003), Bell and Valentine (1997) and t...

Bladder Leakage? Stay Away From These Foods

Posted 06.20.2016 | Canada Living

Five foods you should stay away from if you're prone to bladder leakage

Fire Up The Summer Barbecue Grill With Whiskey

Tiffany Leigh | Posted 06.17.2016 | Canada Living
Tiffany Leigh

This summer, consider adding whiskey to the melange of beers and wines at your next barbecue. Although it may seem intimidating to include such a strong spirit into the mix, once you know the tips to serving whiskey, it can elevate your drink game and impress your guests.

The Dilemma Facing Canadian Farmers

Tiffany Leigh | Posted 06.14.2016 | Canada Living
Tiffany Leigh

Ontario produces more asparagus than the rest of Canada combined, with 90 growers alone in the province; this amounts to 3500 acres worth of asparagus to harvest from. It is a $25 million dollar industry. Due to asparagus farmers investing in this kind of research and breeding, initially, it was a success story. But circumstances quickly changed.

Cresta Brings Italian-Californian Eats (And Wine) To Toronto

Tiffany Leigh | Posted 06.10.2016 | Canada Living
Tiffany Leigh

Since opening its doors in March this year, Cresta has sought to introduce Torontonians to a new concept. Rory West, the head bartender and sommelier, informs me that Cresta is the only restaurant in the city that designs the food menu around the wine list -- not the other way around.

Making Healthy Choices This Summer Is Easier Than You Think

Desiree Nielsen BSc RD | Posted 06.08.2016 | Canada Living
Desiree Nielsen BSc RD

Can you hear it? It's the sound of a million grills igniting, just in time for summer. Somehow, the addition of live fire makes anything taste better and yet we often make a ton of unhealthy choices in the absolute tastiest season for eating well.

The Advantages Of Frozen Produce

Jamie Logie | Posted 06.08.2016 | Canada Living
Jamie Logie

You only use what you need at the time and the rest can remain frozen. If you think of how quickly produce spoils I'd be pretty sure you've thrown away your fair share of it over the years.

There's A Food Scene In Bali -- I Know Because I'm Fat Now

Deepi Harish | Posted 06.01.2016 | Canada
Deepi Harish

Just kidding, but catchy title right? I lost 6 pounds! And probably gained 10 since being back. You're clearly reading this because you're curious ...

What Gisele Bundchen's Private Raw Master Chef Keeps In Her Fridge

Christine E. Laprade | Posted 05.31.2016 | Canada Living
Christine E. Laprade

Meet Joanne Gerrard Young, holistic nutritionist, master raw food chef and well-being educator behind The Healing Cuisine, who happens to also be the Brady-Bündchen family and friends' private chef when they are in town (Joanne is based out of Costa Rica).