May 31, 2012As a teenager, I used to eat like a horse. I could barely keep up with my appetite. It made it easy to meet my nutrition needs as I inhaled an impressive amount of food, daily.
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- About Kenton -
I grew up with a love for food: sourcing it, cooking it and eating it. With this, and an interest in health, I eventually made my way to the University of Alberta where I studied food and nutrition. This Bachelor of Science gave me the opportunity to further explore my interest in public health and led me to complete a combined dietetic internship and Master of Health Sciences degree at the University of Toronto with a focus on community nutrition. Since becoming a registered dietitian, I have enjoyed working in BC as a Nutrition Educator with the BC Dairy Association and as the Healthy Eating Promotions Dietitian for HealthLink BC. As a result, food has continued to play a role in my life. From amateur food geek to, you might say, a professional food geek. I m lucky to have been part of the HealthyFamilies BC blog team. In my time in BC I have grown from really liking food, to really appreciating food. I have since moved on and I am now back in my home province of Alberta. So long and happy eating!
Articles by Kenton Delisle
May 29, 2012 by Kenton DelisleLiving alone and getting older can pose challenges to one’s health. This was recently brought home to me by my colleague, Lara.
May 18, 2012 by Kenton DelisleHave you ever stood on a street corner and asked for directions only to be told different things by different people? Very frustrating, right?
May 8, 2012 by Kenton DelisleAndrea’s “coming of age” salad story reminds me of a salad experience I had a few years ago.
April 10, 2012 by Kenton Delisle“If you can’t pronounce it, don’t eat it”, she said. It was a radio interview and the guest (not a registered dietitian) was giving tips on how to eat “healthy.”