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.
May 10, 2016Did you know that eating potassium-rich foods can help to lower your blood pressure? Read about the important role of potassium in lowering blood pressure and learn how to add these foods to your meals.
May 3, 2016You never know when you’ll have to be ready for an emergency. If you feel overwhelmed when thinking about packing your emergency supply kit read on for tips on what foods to pack along with some recipe ideas.
April 26, 2016Have you heard about the 80/20 rule for healthy eating? Read on to find out what it is and whether it’s advice worth following.
April 19, 2016What’s good for you can also be good for the environment. Try at least one of these small, daily actions for big, positive change towards a healthier lifestyle and healthier planet.
April 12, 2016When you think of protein, you might think of eating a piece of steak or chicken. But how much do you need to eat each day? And did you know there are plant based protein-rich food options too? Read more about this mighty nutrient.
April 5, 2016You’ve probably heard that variety and balance are two key features of healthy eating. The recommendation to eat a ‘variety’ of healthy foods may be easy to understand, but the term ‘balance’ is more vague. Read on to learn about what this term really means when it comes to healthy eating.
March 29, 2016When did choosing eggs get so confusing? Wading through information ranging from cholesterol to farming practices can be overwhelming! Well…Let’s get cracking at learning more. Read on.
March 22, 2016Do you live in a small space and want to grow your own veggies and fruit? Not a problem! You can easily transform your patio, terrace or window ledge into a green growing machine and start a small garden.