Have you ever visited my website to read a blog post and wondered what it might be like to work with me? Perhaps been curious about the different types of food-related problems I help people solve? Well, today’s article is for you. Yes, I could just direct you to the

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Hello everyone! Hope you’re having a wonderful Monday wherever you are in the world. I just wanted to pop on to the blog and share that I was recently the guest of Jared Levenson on his Eating Enlightenment podcast. On top of being a really cool dude and podcast host,

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Several years after enjoying a significant surge in popularity, the ketogenic diet remains a salient if not divisive topic in the world of nutrition. Having written articles on the topic on three previous occasions over the last several years, I’ve since come to the realization that it was probably time

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There are a number of different reasons why a guy might want to speak with a dietitian. Issues with sexual health could even be one of them. And why not? A man’s risk for erectile dysfunction is significantly increased by largely manageable physiological abnormalities such as high blood pressure, high

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Today’s post is intended to be an objective look at the best available data in the field of Colorectal Cancer research, while also acknowledging that enhanced screening, diagnosis and treatment has meant that cases and deaths due to colorectal cancer have been steadily declining here in Canada. Even so, the

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In the world of social distancing and self-isolation the effects of these phenomena on human health may go beyond what can be remedied by just food and exercise. It honestly came as little surprise to me when a local media outlet  reported Canadians are reporting significantly increased rates of anxiety

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I’ve been blogging for half a decade and I finally felt that it was about thyme to post a soup recipe. Wouldn’t you agree? Welcome to #SoupSunday My regular readers will know that soup, widely loved as it may be, tends to be among the top 10 significant dietary sources

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If you are looking for a truly nutrient dense snack or dessert that actually tastes good and won’t take much effort to prepare, look no further. My new Low-Sodium Cookbook For Beginners has you covered. You should certainly pre-order it if you haven’t already. Chia seed pudding is probably one

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Today’s article won’t be a long one, but in the spirit of my upcoming Low Sodium Cookbook I have been extra keen for eye catching headlines as it relates to sodium intake and general health. Speaking of my latest book, it’s actually now on sale on Kindle for those of

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It’s been a week of very salty content thus far, so I figured that I would end things off on a sweet note. Today’s recipe is yet another example of the awesome creations you can expect to find in my latest Low Sodium Cookbook. This quick to prepare dessert uses

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We are a few weeks into the pre-release promotion of my latest Low Sodium Cookbook For Beginners and the time has finally come to discuss heart  health. This was an inevitable and unavoidable conversation because high sodium intake is a major modifiable risk factor for hypertension, also known as high

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