July 19, 2016Some of you may not have access to a kitchen, travel a lot, or simply don’t have the time to cook. Having some low-cost, no-cook meal ideas in your back pocket can help you eat healthfully when you can’t, or simply don’t want to, cook.
July 13, 2016Here are some low-cost, no-cook healthy food ideas to keep in your back pocket for days when you can’t, or simply don’t want to, cook.
July 5, 2016Whether you’re hosting a backyard BBQ, going to a summer potluck or having dinner at the beach there are plenty of fresh and festive ways to add more fun to your next soiree. Read on for a list of ideas to get you inspired.
June 28, 2016Canadians know that breakfast is important, but fitting it into busy mornings isn’t always easy. Read on for simple and delicious ways to get a healthy breakfast without adding to the morning rush.
June 21, 2016Travelling to a new place by plane is an exciting and fun experience. However, healthy eating can be tricky and expensive with air travel. Read on for tasty and healthy ideas to pack in your carry-on the next time you take off for a Canadian destination.
June 14, 2016Sports drinks are popular. You see them in convenience stores, fast food chains, and grocery stores alongside pop, vitamin-enhanced waters, and other sugary drinks. Many people think these drinks are healthy. They’re called “sports drinks” so they must be good for active people, right? Not necessarily.
June 7, 2016It’s Senior’s Week, so let’s look at what key nutrients seniors need to age well. What foods can help meet the special needs of older adults and where do supplements fit in?
May 31, 2016It’s the time of year when many families start planning for camping trips at the amazing parks spread across our province. If you’ve never gone camping maybe this is the year you venture out and give it a try; it’s one of the most affordable travel options. It’s also a great way for families to connect with each other and nature, unplug from digital devices and create lasting memories.
May 24, 2016Staying hydrated can help prevent heatstroke, muscle cramps and dehydration plus it help to keep your digestive system working well. Learn how to keep on top of your hydration through food and drink choices.
May 17, 2016Storms, wildfires, earthquakes or floods can lead to power outages. As the perishable foods in your fridge and freezer warm up bacteria begin to multiply, increasing your risk of food borne illness. Get answers to questions about what you should do during a power outage.