Tag: healthy eating

Stay Ahead of the Cold & Flu Season #Church&Dwight

| October 23, 2017 | 8 Comments
Stay Ahead of the Cold & Flu Season #Church&Dwight

It’s that time of year again! The time for sweater weather, runny noses, chills, and sore throats… Wait, that isn’t the fun part of Fall! You’ve guessed it: with Fall also comes the start of the cold and flu season! Luckily, there are plenty of easy ways to protect you and your family. By following […]

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Jump Start the New Year with DK Canada Books! #Review #Giveaway ~ CAN 02/03

| January 5, 2017 | 67 Comments
Jump Start the New Year with DK Canada Books! #Review #Giveaway ~ CAN 02/03

Jump Start the New Year with DK Canada! The New Year is here! Do you have resolutions or goals set to make 2017 a fabulous year for yourself? I usually have three goals I try to accomplish each year. They are to try something I have never done before, to become more active and to […]

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Get Healthy Eating Advice from a Loblaws Dietitian!

| July 18, 2016 | 13 Comments
Get Healthy Eating Advice from a Loblaws Dietitian!

Eating healthier is a goal many Canadians, like me, are trying to achieve. The problem: there is so much information being given about what you should and should not be eating that it can become confusing and frustrating to figure out what advice to follow. I was really happy when I was asked to see […]

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Change The Way You Feed Your Children With a Little Planning

| June 17, 2016 | 10 Comments
Change The Way You Feed Your Children With a Little Planning

  Change The Way You Feed Your Children With a Little Planning Families on the run today often find it difficult, if not impossible to make good food choices. One way to ensure that meals are as healthy as possible every day is to take time to plan. Menu planning is decidedly the most important […]

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Fitting Oral Health into Our Family’s Daily Routine

| April 4, 2016 | 4 Comments
Fitting Oral Health into Our Family’s Daily Routine

Did you know that April is Oral Health Month in Ontario? It is great that there is a month dedicated to bringing awareness to the health of our mouths, gums and teeth, this action is really important to do all year-round! My family tries to stay on top of our twice daily brushing and flossing […]

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“Sweet Goodness” – A Gluten-Free Cookbook Review and Double-Chocolate Cake Doughnut Recipe

| June 12, 2015 | 5 Comments
“Sweet Goodness” – A Gluten-Free Cookbook Review and Double-Chocolate Cake Doughnut Recipe

  “Sweet Goodness” – A Gluten-Free Cookbook Review  I have encountered many cookbooks that claim their recipes are “unbelievably delicious,” so when the cover of Patricia Green and Carolyn Hemming’s newest cookbook, Sweet Goodness claimed that very thing I didn’t immediately jump up and down in excitement. You may recognize Carolyn Hemming and Patricia Green […]

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The Other Way to Get Kids to Eat Their Vegetables

| December 29, 2014 | 22 Comments
The Other Way to Get Kids to Eat Their Vegetables

Mashed cauliflower in your hair, broccoli all over the floor, avocado dried to the high chair and peas up the nose. Sound familiar? Trying to feed a toddler vegetables? Getting kids to eat their vegetables can be a very messy job when they are young and a frustrating power struggle when kids get older . […]

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Healthy Snacks: Re Think What You Take On-the-Go

| November 14, 2014 | 22 Comments
Healthy Snacks: Re Think What You Take On-the-Go

  Healthy Snacks: Re Think What You Take On-the-Go Snacks and kids just seem to go together. A trip to the grocery store- pack snacks, visit to the park, swimming lessons, drive to grandmas, wait at the Drs office, sitting in a stroller . . all require copious amounts of snacks to both keep kids […]

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6 Tips to Teach Kids About Nutrition

| October 14, 2014 | 14 Comments
6 Tips to Teach Kids About Nutrition

A child’s relationship with food starts young and while it may be the parents and caregivers who make the choice of what will be served for meals, it is usually the child who decides what will be eaten! How many times have you been on the kitchen floor picking up the latest casualty in what […]

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The Difference Between Fitness and Health (Part I)

| April 24, 2014 | 12 Comments
The Difference Between Fitness and Health (Part I)

So we’re sitting down having dinner at the BConnected Conference and we’re talking about the usual amounts of fitness and nutrition wisdom that I try to impart on everyone who will listen and the topic of “eating healthy” comes up.  Let’s get one thing straight; everyone eats healthy.  Everyone.  True? Oh, boy…here we go! Now […]

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