Written by Wendi Woo, M.A., C. Psych. Associate As the old year comes to a close and we approach a new one, many people start to think about making New Year’s resolutions. Humankind has been doing this for centuries, starting Continue reading Resolutions for the New Year and Beyond
Written by Lindzie O’Reilly, MAN, RD with contributions from April Gates, MSW, RSW On January 1, 2017, The Healthy Menu Choices Act will come into effect in Ontario. This Act requires restaurants with twenty or more locations to list calorie Continue reading Is calorie information on menus really a good idea? The consequences no one is talking about.
by Lindzie O’Reilly, Registered Dietitian New year, new habits. Right? January can be a good time to refocus on health and wellbeing – depending on where you are at in your journey, it could be a time to speak up Continue reading Focus on health and well-being in 2016
Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide (originally called Canada’s Official Food Rules) has been around since 1942 and is meant to provide guidance when it comes to making healthy and nutritionally adequate food choices. There has been much talk recently Continue reading What’s wrong with Canada’s food guide?
We are constantly bombarded with messages that we are eating too much – too much salt, too many calories, too many carbs, too much fat… I see individuals each week who want guidance to cut back in order to improve Continue reading What if you’re not eating enough?