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  • 3 Options to make Healthy Snacking Part of Your Healthy Lifestyle

    March 28, 2018 Published by Leave a comment
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    We told your recently that, even if you eat an otherwise healthy, balanced diet, and generally keep yourself in good shape, not eating healthy snacks might be keeping you from reaching your health and wellness goals. Snacks are an important part of a healthy diet. They help hold back the hunger pangs that can make […]

  • 4 Tips for Customizing Your Diet to Your Needs

    February 28, 2018 Published by 1 Comment
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    One of the reasons why you might not be getting the health and/or weight loss results you’re hang for from your diet might be because it isn’t tuned for your body, preferences and nutritional requirements. We all metabolize foods differently and you might not benefit from a low-carb diet the way your bff does. Without […]

  • Tired All the Time? It Could Be Your Diet

    July 10, 2017 Published by Leave a comment
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    If all you can do when you get home from work or shopping is flop on the couch, and it’s been like that for more than a few months, you could have one or more of a few different conditions. 1. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) Affecting about 2% of the population, if you’ve had severe […]

  • Eat Well to Age Well

    February 10, 2017 Published by 2 Comments
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    From college graduates to senior citizens, there is one thing that every adult has in common. At some point, on those occasions when they ponder life, they think “OMG I’m (enter whatever age you are)!” Time definitely seems to speed up as we age. But you don’t have to sit back and let time take […]

  • 3 Ways to Make it Easier to Eat Less Sugar

    January 27, 2017 Published by Leave a comment
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    Saying that you have a sweet tooth used to be a cool excuse to indulge in all things sweet and sugary. But, with the World Health Organization lowering its recommended sugar intake to just 6 teaspoons a day for the average adult, and Health Canada taking steps to make nutrition and daily value labelling more […]