In my private practice experience, I find that many clients have been led to believe that soy-based foods may increase the risk of developing breast cancer. As a result, they are wary about consuming these foods. Breast cancer is no joke. According to Canadian Cancer Society Statistics (Ontario): In 2017,

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One of the things that I pride myself on as a nutrition blogger is keeping a drift of the latest trends when it comes to popular nutrition topics. With this in mind, I’ve noticed a trend that many of my female clients are coming in and reporting the use of

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How much sugar(s) is too much? It seems like these days everyone is an expert on sugars, but Health Canada’s new labeling regulations say that a total of up to 20% of your daily value from sugars ( including both natural and added) is consistent with a healthy eating pattern.

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Those of you who have been following me for a while will probably be aware of the fact that I’ve worked with the Humber College School Of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism ( HRT) on a variety of projects over the last two years. These projects have largely involved spreading awareness

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November is Osteoporosis Month here in Canada, which is why the California Prune Board has asked me to speak to some research suggesting that eating just one daily serving of about five California prunes (40g) helps slow bone loss (particularly in post-menopausal women). For those that may not know, osteoporosis

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In an attempt to increase global kale intake I’ve searched far and wide for a recipe developer that could do my favourite vegetable justice. It wasn’t until the search extended south of the equator that I encountered Megan AKA @thehealthylabel who is, quite frankly, one of the most talented up

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Intermittent fasting remains one of the hottest and most intriguing topics in contemporary nutrition. It’s something that comes up often in both my daily  and professional life, while also happening to be something I’ve already written about more than once in the past. In case you missed them, I’ve previously

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