Order Deadline December 2 ! Our Nutritionists have created holiday treats using whole food ingredients that are both delicious and a much healthier option than other choices you’ll be faced with over the season.
Nutrition “Hot Topic” – In One End and Out the Other
Tuesday, Nov 12 5:30 to 7pm
Open to Members & Public
Presented by Angela Wright, RHN, Lead Nutritionist
Wherever you are in Canada, you may have noticed your taste buds nudging you towards warmer foods, less raw options, and perhaps richer and heartier meals, too….
As a nutritionist, I realize that cravings are an important piece of the puzzle of health. What, when, and why my clients crave food tells me a lot about nutritional imbalances, blood sugar imbalances, and deficiencies.
The “calories in, calories out” theory isn’t working so well in practice…..
Agave has become incredibly popular due to it being marketed as a low-glycemic, healthy alternative to sugar. Is that marketing hype or good advice?
Why is refined sugar so hard on the body? What are some healthy alternatives?
We have made it through Blue Monday! This day is said to be the most depressing of the year – the cheer of the holidays is over, yet winter rages on
It is interesting to look at whether your preference is for sweet or salty food items. When we crave particular items, we are receiving a message from deep within that our body needs something. Where we tend to go wrong is reaching for unhealthy items satiate that ‘message’.
While many people explore yoga for better health, a calmer mind and a fitter body, consider whether your practice extend to your dinner table. Eating like a yogi is not about following a specific diet