Yearly Archives: 2018

Apple and Pear Crumble

Autumn is an amazing season, the cooler temperatures instantly remind us to start cooking warm and comforting meals. The smells of dried leaves make us want to go out for a hike to appreciate the colors of the beautiful trees and most of all, apple and pear picking season starts, and we soon have more…
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3 surprising foods for better bone health!

Today in Canada, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men are living with osteoporosis. Although multiple factors can contribute to the development of osteoporosis, our food intake can play a big role. In fact, a diet high in fruits, veggies and dairy products (or substitutes, such as soy beverage), especially if implemented at…
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Preventing foodborne illness while travelling: our top 5 tips

In many countries around the world, the hygiene of both water and food may pose an important health risk. In fact, traveller’s diarrhea is the most common illness affecting travellers who are visiting certain countries. Luckily, with these practical tips, we hope to help you have a stress and worry-free trip! Who is at risk?…
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Is your salad giving you the energy you need?

When people think of dieting, they often think of salads for lunch and boiled chicken breasts for dinner. Although we do not believe in diets (see this post for more detail), we do believe that a salad can be nourishing and, if made right, delicious! A lot of the time, we tend to neglect energizing…
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