Fine Tuning Your Fat Intake
February is heart month. Whereas past research focused on the amount of dietary fat as a trigger for cardiovascular disease,Read more.
Canadian Food Trends to 2020
This study looks ahead at Canadian food and beverage consumption to the year 2020. It provides valuable insight into ourRead more.
Sky, Sea, Road and Rail
For many of us, winter brings the pleasure of travel. For some, it’s an escape from cold and rain, orRead more.
Facing the World Without Egg on Our Face
People eliminate egg from their diets for numerous reasons. These range from its prominence as one of the top eightRead more.
International Solutions to the Gas Crisis
No, not THAT gas crisis. After all, this is a nutrition column. I’m talking about challenges that may arise (inRead more.
Fiber: Just Passing Through?
Compared with typical eating patterns today, our ancestors’ diets provided 4 to 6 times as much fiber. Does this matter?Read more.
Fine Fare on the High Seas
There’s nothing like the wind in your hair and saltwater spray on your face to help build up an appetite!Read more.
Food and Fitness for Sexy Seniors
Life begins after your first half century. For many of us, age 50 is not the end of the road;Read more.
Protein Power for Summer Barbecues
The Atkins and low carb. crazes have peaked and are now fading away; in the process we learned a thingRead more.
When in doubt, throw out! It’s time for the honoured rituals of spring-cleaning (of home and body). Unless you’re ofRead more.
Our perceptions about diet and health have undergone remarkable transformations during the past half-century. Fifty years ago, the hot topicsRead more.
Organic: Simple, Healthful, and Close to Nature
Organic eating has gone mainstream. Responding to consumer demand, supermarkets now feature centrally placed organic produce sections. Over the pastRead more.