Looking for ideas for healthy snacks? Our registered dietitian Gillian Ronald shares her recipe for cinnamon almond protein bites, an easy-to-make snack that tastes like a cookie and is loaded with great nutrition!
Turkey, stuffing, chocolates – whatever your holiday food preferences are, it is possible to enjoy your favourites over the holidays and not derail your nutrition goals. Here are 5 tips to help!
Magnesium is an essential mineral for our nutrition, and is required for more than 300 biochemical reactions in our bodies. See why our body needs this essential mineral and how to get more magnesium in your diet.
Many schools and places of work don’t allow these nut items in lunch kits, so consider baking up a batch of muffins, energy bites or breakfast cookies to eat in the A.M or in the car on the way to after school activities. Here’s our recipe for Pumpkin Spice Breakfast Cookies!
September means back to school! Whether your heading back to class or work, boosting your immune system this year is more important than ever. See how nutrition can boost your immune with tips from Gillian Ronald, our registered dietitian and health coach.
With school back in session, now is a great time to focus on good eating habits and using supplements to maintain children’s growth and build immune strength. Learn what vitamins and supplements can help support your child.
In response to this global pandemic, you have likely found that your eating habits have changed. You may be eating more, eating different foods than you normally would, eating at weird times, grazing, or not eating enough. Learn how mindful eating and coping strategies can help you navigate your eating habits during this difficult time.
Ensure your new year resolution turns into long-term success and not just a fad for the month of January with 5 nutrition tips from Andrea Clarke, Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Therapist.