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Molds: Friend or Foe?

July 5, 2012 by Dean Simmons, Registered Dietitian

Some molds are quite helpful to us, but other molds are clearly harmful. Know the difference.

Baby food: Mashed, Minced or Lumpy

July 3, 2012 by Dean Simmons, Registered Dietitian

One of the gifts we received after our son was born was a baby food blender.These mini-blenders are meant to help parents make their own baby food...

First Foods for Baby

May 22, 2012 by Dean Simmons, Registered Dietitian

Six months is the recommended age when you want to start introducing solid foods to your baby. But do you know the signs of readiness, or have you start thinking about what your baby's first foods will be? Here's some helpful tips.

Informed Dining - How Will You Use It?

May 14, 2012 by Dean Simmons, Registered Dietitian

Living in the Information Age, we have become accustomed to having access to information when we need it. Information can give us the power to make informed choices.

Rhubarb Ruminations

May 10, 2012 by Dean Simmons, Registered Dietitian

Spring is finally here. The tulips are up, the trees are budding and the first crops of BC grown veggies and fruit are on their way. I especially look forward to the arrival of rhubarb season. For me rhubarb is a comfort food that is associated with many a fond memory.

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