Summer is the perfect time to commit to eating more vegetables. Here’s how to make the most of nature’s bounty and raise your healthy eating game.
Added sugar has been called a health hazard, and Canadians are being urged to cut down. But how can you spot added sugar, and how can you avoid it?
"Low-fat" yogurt. "Whole-grain" bread. "Reduced-sodium" soup. "Low-cholesterol" cooking oil. Confused by nutrition labels and claims? Here's how to read between the lines.
If you’re tempted to fight the cold with carbs and fat (hello, chocolate-chip muffins), try these healthy recipes instead.
Celiac disease is on the rise — but so is information about this condition and the availability of foods that make its symptoms easier to manage.
Picnics can be practical and easy to arrange, especially when travelling. You don’t need the big picnic basket, checkered tablecloth or bulky cooler.
It’s not just what you eat: dodging diabetes also involves losing weight, getting enough exercise and sleep, and taking care of your mental health.
Avoiding diabetes isn’t just about eating less sugar; it also pays to choose healthy fats, make sure you get enough protein and cut back on salt.
Get smart diet tips from The Diabetes Prevention and Management Cookbook in this first part of our three-part series.
A healthy diet can help prevent diseases such as type 2 diabetes. But can eating foods such as blueberries help keep your brain healthy, too?