Patricia is a Canadian dietitian renowned for her work in food and nutrition communications. She’s often called The People’s Dietitian for her common-sense approach.
Eating with a seasonal focus, such as featuring the in-season greens in these fritters in the springtime, almost always results in more delicious and nutritious food being consumed.
Chickpeas are a very affordable, versatile source of quality protein and carbohydrate energy. Keep canned chickpeas in the pantry. Open, drain, rinse, then toss into salads, mash with avocado as a sandwich spread or even sprinkle a few on a homemade pizza.
In today’s supermarkets, fibre-rich cereals made from whole grains remain the gold standard of what is possible for nourishment in your morning bowl.
Good things to look for in snacks: fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals. Higher fibre snacks with less salt are good choices.
If you never really want to read a food label, here are 4 helpful questions to ask in choosing nutritious food.
Milk is a grocery store category that is exploding in response to consumers who are looking for specific functionality in their milk or plant-based beverage that relates to their overall lifestyle.