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Nutrition Month: We need to change our food environment

    While the furor over Weight Watchers offering free memberships to American teens continues, it has brought up a key issue about the growing incidence of overweight and obesity kids. Rather than having kids focus on the numbers on the scale, our food environment – one that promotes weight gain and ill health – […]

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Nutrition Month: Unlock the Potential of Food

  Tomorrow marks the start of Dietitians of Canada’s Nutrition Month with this year’s inspiring theme being Unlock the Potential of Food. While food and nutrition regularly make headlines as to the latest research on what may help prevent various ills, there are so many aspects to the potential of food that we have simply […]

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Get in on the action: It’s Whole Grains Sampling Day!

  Are you stuck in a whole grain rut? Is brown rice the extent of your whole grain eating? There’s no better time to be adventurous than today, Whole Grains Sampling Day.  This annual celebration,  brought to you by the Whole Grains Council, is geared towards bringing the tastes of an assortment of these nutrition-packed  […]

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Nutrition Month 2016: Smart Stocks for the Kitchen

  Have you been taking part  in this year’s  Dietitians of Canada Nutrition Month, Take a 100 meal journey, make small changes, one meal at a time?  If so,  are you making any headway? If  you haven’t managed to make changes  or  haven’t been part of the action,  it’s not too late to jump on […]

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Nutrition Month 2016: Why get better acquainted with your kitchen

A key strategy to successfully implement this year’s Dietitians of Canada’s Nutrition Month theme, Take a 100 meal journey, one meal at a time, is to prepare your eats at home.  Homemade fare makes it easy to make simple modifications to improve your nutritional profile.  It’s almost effortless to add some frozen berries to your […]

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