Here are some common food myths about eggs and sugar and the truths behind them.
The Non GMO food label is a marketing tool that gives no meaningful information about the safety, nutrition or quality of a product.
Dietitian Lucia Weiler debunks food myths about red meat, antibiotics and hormones in milk.
Barley is high in fibre and proven to lower cholesterol. Learn about the health benefits of barley and the many ways to eat barley.
In addition to versatility, the heart health factor is another reason why canola oil is a Canadian powerhouse product.
Food myths and food truths around canola oil, multi-grains and potatoes explained by a dietitian.
Hemp seeds pack an outstanding nutritional punch. Learn ways to incorporate hemp seeds into your diet.
Although it looks like a cereal grain, quinoa is actually a seed. Learn about the nutritional profile of quinoa, varieties and how to cook with quinoa.
We have seen a lot of questions about whether or not you can get coronavirus from food. The virus is not spread through food.
Intuitive eating was developed by two dietitians and involves listening to your hunger and fullness cues and not letting external cues guide what you eat.
Here are registered dietitian approved tips for eating out.
Natural can be great. But synthetic can be too. The important thing to know, is the ingredients used in our food supply are safe, no matter their source.
Buying food labelled organic means choosing a specific production or farming method. Organic and conventionally grown food are equally healthy.
Food synergy is getting the nutritional benefits that both plant and animal-based foods have to offer, plus the added nutrition that comes from eating these foods together.
Are canned foods like vegetables, legumes and fruit equally as healthy as fresh? This is a common question, especially at this time of year as we transition out of summer and into fall and winter when there are not as many fresh vegetables and fruit available.
How to make sure that you’re shopping smarter and feeding your family healthy, nutrient-dense foods all at the same time.
Your best proactive move to live a long and healthy life is following a healthy lifestyle. One that includes eating back to basic foods, exercising, setting up coping strategies for stress, getting a good night’s sleep, cultivating friendships, having a positive attitude and eating loads of fibre-rich foods. And I’m cheering for fibre-rich foods.
5 Reasons to Buy Frozen Vegetables! Frozen fruits and vegetables are just as nutritious as fresh.
Breakfast is where we often find ourselves short-changed in protein. Here are some high protein morning meal ideas.
There could be room for a little more protein on your plate. Every single cell in your body needs protein.