We make so many excuses to avoid physical activity. We're too busy, we're too tired, or we don't like to sweat. But the fact is, everyone can fit in some form of physical activity – as little as 10 minute intervals, two to three times throughout the day – is a great way to start.
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June 30, 2012Physical activity doesn't have to mean buying a gym membership - it can be as simple as walking 30 minutes a day.
May 3, 2012Did you know that as we get older, our bodies process alcohol more slowly and we become more sensitive to the effects of alcohol?
March 22, 2012Learn more about breast feeding, healthy eating, healthy lifestyles and support during the time with your newborn.
March 22, 2012Sugary Drinks Sugary drinks are full of calories and don't provide the nutrients your body needs to perform at its best.
March 16, 2012Shopping Sense - The Produce Section
March 15, 2012Sugary drinks add calories we don't need. Learn how to make healthier drink choices, and choose milk and water more often.
March 15, 2012Healthy eating patterns are set during childhood and the teen years. So start early to promote healthy food choices and regular physical activity. Doing so can help to get children on the right path to good health and to achieve and maintain a healthy weight.
March 15, 2012Getting kids to eat healthy foods is very important, but what about getting them on board with healthy drinks?
March 15, 2012Calories from sugary drinks can add up quickly. Hover your mouse over each beverage to find out how much added sugar is in common sugary drinks. Remember: Limit added sugar per day to 13 tsp or less from all sources.
March 13, 2012Most British Columbians, including children, don’t get enough vegetables and fruits.