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Whatever you do, don't shame them.
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"Never say never" seems to be the tagline of food trends in 2017. Matcha cookies? Check. Coffee in a cone? Yes, it's happening! Souping and not juicing? You bet it's a rising trend. The fat is back and the plant-based diet is in. Hashtag #crazyfoodtrends.
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March is Nutrition Month! Make small changes each week that will better your health.
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When did we get twisted around so badly as a culture? When did our appearance become more important than enjoying life and being healthy? There are very few things that I want to change about the world I live in. The way we treat our bodies, and how little value we have on health is one of the things I most want to see change.
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If you google it, most restaurants take anywhere from 145 seconds-180 seconds to make your food. That's you telling the big board your order and it getting cooked. So it's 2 minutes and 30 seconds from the time you say "burger and fries please" till the time you have food in your hands.
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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...
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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...
The fruits and vegetables we hated growing up tend to become a bit more tolerable as we age. But if the thought of eating spinach or broccoli still turns your stomach, fortunately, there's still hope....
There's no question it's harder to eat healthier in the dead of winter. Those enticing cherries and raspberries, so full of antioxidants, are ridiculously overpriced when you can find them at all, and...
Have you been misled by corporations marketing their food products? Most of us have. And we now mistakenly rely on food labels for an accurate picture of the nutritional value of the foods that we consume. If you want to achieve an overall healthier lifestyle, say goodbye to the following misleading terms...
"Orthorexia nervosa - obsessed with eating to improve your health" defined "orthorexia" as "a new type of eating disorder [...] where people are becoming obsessed with eating to improve their health." Uh... where does that leave you and I? I have often said that we could only be so lucky to be named "the healthy one" by those around us.
We're officially in the second week of 2012, and the holidays already feel like the distant past. And as for those oh-so-achievable resolutions made but 10 days ago? They've already disappeared into a...