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New cases are on the rise, especially among young people.
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With a new year, comes new and exciting resolutions like living a healthier lifestyle. As cliché as it may be, there's nothing wrong with making positive changes to your personal health and wellness. If you don't know where to start, don't worry. We've got 17 amazing superfood recipes for you that are here to stay!
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There's a new trend happening around town and it's one that may be catching on. Consider this my civic duty to spread the word and stop the idiocy of being legislated. That's right -- schools are now trying to tell me what I can and can't put in my kid's lunchbox.
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Don't skimp on the fruits and veggies.
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Oysters aren't the only aphrodisiac.
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Keep your liver working at optimum capacity.
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We'll have more pasta, please.
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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!
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"I know I'm not alone when I say I'm a sucker for sweet and salty snacks."
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Five foods you should stay away from if you're prone to bladder leakage
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The continuously changing nutrition and lifestyle information that people are bombarded with can leave many frustrated to the point where they lose interest, even those who seriously attempt making improvements.
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Healthy foods are on trend.
It's not always healthier to "healthify" recipes.
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Chocolate and chips?! Sort of.
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Sorry, pasta isn't on the list.
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Researchers at Vanderbilt University in the U.S. have discovered what they call a "taste-health balance point" in a series of experiments, suggesting that suppressing devilish cravings for delicious b...
Fact: the foods that made you squirm as a child make you light up as an adult. If you were a picky eater growing up, we all know (well, hope anyway), you left your annoying eating habits in your yout...
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Oh Canada! While we may be known for some of our more decadent fare, like poutine and butter tarts, we are actually home to some of the world's greatest superfoods that can help keep up healthy all summer long! So even if this weekend may be more about BBQ and dockside beers, try including some of these healthy eats.
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Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham have found that increasing fruit and vegetable intake does not lead to weight loss, despite decades-old popular belief. A team of investigators p...
We may be head over heels for superfoods like kale and cauliflower, but as it turns out, there's a new winner in town when it comes to nutrients. According to a recent report by the U.S. Centers for...
1. You're Eating Too Much, Healthy or Not My dad once told me: you can gain weight if you eat too much -- even if you eat too many carrots. What he meant was, even if you're eating healthy foods, if y...
I propose tempeh fans everywhere band together and ask their local, big-box grocery stores to stock more of this magical product so we can make shopping for tempeh (and appeasing smug vegan cookbook authors everywhere) easier for us all.
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Stop me if this sounds familiar. Wake up in the morning, late. Grab a coffee and a bagel (they're healthy, right?). Run out the door, get to work. Surprise meeting at 11:30, work through lunch. Decide a salad is the healthy option, but it's a Cesar salad. You had intended to be active during lunch, but because of the meeting, you won't be...
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Efforts to slim down are almost always accompanied by a few moments of weakness, most of which are brought on by fatigue or frustration in the early stages of a weight loss plan. But that doesn't mean...
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Of course, there is no such thing as a miracle food, and losing weight is only possible through a change in overall diet and exercise. Nonetheless, there are those who swear by certain foods or supple...
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In our new weekly feature Pack It, we offer readers five tasty, healthy and inexpensive snacks for the office, your commute or just those days when you feel like trying something new. Each week on Fri...
Getting your daily recommended fibre intake doesn’t have to be the medieval torture event that you’re probably picturing right now. There is a balance between living a tragically fibre-free (and not t...
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The holidays have always been special for me and I have to admit I have gone to great lengths to create that Christmas spirit. My selection of ingredients for this wintery time of year is still very colourful and nutritious and I'm excited to see what we're all going to build using them.
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A diet of the healthiest food costs about $1.50 more per person per day than the least healthiest, according to a survey of 10 wealthy and middle-income countries published on Thursday. Researchers ca...
For my first dish of the Holiday Edition of the Main Ingredients, I'm going with a crowd-pleasing egg dish that is nutritionally balanced but also looks very festive. For brunch, eggs are still king. They are so versatile and have few nutritional equivalents. But since vegetables are usually lacking in most brunch options, I'm adding some fresh cooked pieces of rapini right into the frittata.