Most of us have heard the term “whole grain” but how many of us truly understand what that even means? I am willing to bet not that many and, if you think you do, I am willing to bet further that my article today will throw your confidence into question
Sugar(s) is one of the hottest and most misunderstood topics in the field of nutrition today. Most people think that sugar(s) containing foods are the root cause for all public health issues, so much so that I have encountered clients who even avoid fruit because they are scared about the
In celebration of my 30th birthday ( which is today!) I am bringing you a very special article in collaboration with Dr. Aaliya Yaqub MD (Instagram -> ClearSkinDoc), a board-certified internist with a passion for skincare, vitality and anti-aging. She is also the medical founder of Forward a healthcare startup
I have some very exciting news to share! You all know much time and effort I put into my blog and that commitment has not gone unnoticed. SleepHealthEnergy.com recently released a list of their top 25 Nutrition Bloggers To Follow in 2017 and AndyTheRD.com came in at the 23rd spot.
Breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day and for good reason. It is associated with improved mental focus and acuity and is an excellent opportunity to consume healthy foods that you may not consume at other times of the day. Not to mention the fact that Breakfast
I often get asked about the utility of vitamin & mineral supplements and whether or not they are necessary for good health. The answer to this question is both gender and context dependent. First and foremost, there is so much more to healthy living than just hitting your vitamin and mineral
In our latest episode, Joel and I debunk the notion that most people need to limit their fruit intake.
Anyone who knows me knows that I love accommodating blog topic requests from friends and family. It just so happened that my good friend Sarah was interested in the nutritional value of hemp seeds, so I decided to write a little informative piece on them in case anybody else out
Dietitians can’t always be about the bottom line, sometimes we need to have fun too. That’s why I am sharing some more of my Pinterest inspired food art creations! Let’s take a look at what I created this past week: The Not So Angry Birds Made using rice cakes, peanut
Fellow Torontonian Kristy La Pointe ( AKA Plant Based Kristy) reached out to me with a great collaboration idea, a recipe challenge. The task was simple, I had to take a selfie with 5 plant-based ingredients of my choosing, and she had to turn it into something delicious. When AndyTheRD