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Whatever you do, don't shame them.
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March is Nutrition Month! Make small changes each week that will better your health.
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It feels like it's impossible to eat healthily. Once you've decided to eat carbohydrates or not, a super fruit is found. If you track down the superfruit, you need to know if it's GMO on Non-GMO. Or maybe you should become vegan and figure out what has animal products or not.
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Thanksgiving is upon us once more, and with it comes enticing treats and splurges that we might otherwise pass on during the rest of the year. Will you still be giving thanks after your feast, or will you be left bloated and regretful?
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Canada's Food Guide has been around since 1942. The very first edition, which was a chart of rules, had a small list of "health protective foods" Canadians were recommended to eat. The guide, similarl...
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Eating right in midlife may prevent dementia later on, according to a new doctoral thesis published by the University of Eastern Finland. Results indicated those who consistently consumed healthy food...
With the excesses of the holidays behind us, it's likely that those who had healthy eating habits before won't have too much trouble getting back on track. But for many, establishing or re-establishin...
We all know the ingredients of healthy living: eating nutritious, good-for-you foods, laying off the junk and leading an active lifestyle. It all seems pretty simple, but the truth is, there are little habits we've all been guilty of that could be sneakily undoing all your best efforts.
February, besides being sponsored by Cupid is also heart health month. The heart being one of the most important organs in the body requires you to have all forms of nutrition in check. Why not take this month as an excuse to give your heart a little love; emotionally, nutritionally and physically.