Nutrition plays a role in supporting mental health and well-being. The foods we eat can directly impact brain structure, function and emotional well-being.
Are you getting enough iron? Many Canadians aren’t—even more than previously thought, according to Health Canada research published earlier this year.
Registered Dietitian Carol Harrison shares what causes age-related muscle loss and how we can prevent sarcopenia.
Health Canada has approved several health claims for flaxseed based on evidence that linked ground flaxseed with reductions in blood cholesterol.
Many people working shift work struggle with food and nutrition. So how can you adapt your diet to shift work?
Completely avoiding carbs isn’t necessary. Your body uses carbs for different functions and they can be beneficial to your health.
Having a healthy relationship with food is not about what we eat. It is about why we eat, and how those choices make us feel. Here are a few tips on how to nourish your relationship with food.
Patricia Chuey outlines six healthy eating truths that you can adopt in your own life. They include overall health, purchasing quality products, ensuring your or someone in your household is cooking and remembering that healthy aging is possible!
Trying to make sense of Canada’s Food Guide and how to implement some of their recommendations? We sought the expertise of Sue Mah, a registered dietitian from the Toronto area.