We are living at a time now where interest surrounding digestive health is at an all-time high. But that also means that misinformation in this subject area is rampant as more and more people rely on unreliable sources of health information. In today’s article I will help you to understand

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Public speaking is a fundamental component of effective nutrition practice in a vast number of settings and also happens to both one of the most impressive skills that a person could have and also an activity that elicits fear in a lot of people. I’m sure some of you reading

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Fish are arguably the most nutritionally valuable food of animal-origin in the human diet and although you can certainly live healthily without them, their consumption is more strongly linked with positive health outcomes than any other animal product. When we look at observational data of fish intake we can see

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You have probably heard by now that, based on a judge’s ruling, coffee vendors in California must include cancer warnings on their products. This stems from the fact that the roasting of coffee creates a compound known as acrylamide that is classified as a “Group 2A  – probable carcinogen” by

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It’s not every day that you get to interview an Olympian, so you can only imagine my excitement when professional runner and Canadian Olympian Erin Teschuk agreed to speak with me about FOOD! ( duh). I discovered Erin on social media during Canadian Tire’s #WeAllPlayForCanada campaign for which we were

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Is caffeine good for you? That’s the million dollar question that so many people are asking. It’s well understood that caffeinated beverages offer acute enhancements to mental alertness and physical performance, but what about the long-term impact of caffeine consumption? This is a topic that I’ve been interested in exploring

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