As we roll into the fourth and final week of Caffeine Awareness Month, it’s time to take a look at what the future holds for one of the world’s most widely consumed food components. In collaboration once again with the Canadian Beverage Association, today’s closing article will offer a peek

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Welcome to Week 3 of Caffeine Awareness Month! If you’re late to the party, I’m working in collaboration with the Canadian Beverage Association to deliver hard hitting caffeine-fueled content all month long. So far I’ve already written a brief history of humanity’s use and discovery of caffeine as well a

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Today is Dietitian’s Day In the USA so I knew I had to bring some serious content to the table for all my current and future colleagues. Annoyingly, this post comes a week early for Canadians because, for whatever reason, our two national bodies can’t just arrive on a single

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I’m very excited to be ushering in Week 2 Of Caffeine Awareness Month 2020 alongside The Canadian Beverage Association. Today’s topic is served hot, so let’s dip right into the popular question of whether synthetic caffeine is in some way worse for us, or different in any meaningful way than

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I’m so thrilled to once again be ringing in Caffeine Awareness Month in collaboration with the Canadian Beverage Association who have brought me back on board to write a 4-part series on all things caffeinated. To kick things off in style we are going to delve a little bit deeper

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I know how big of a topic skin health is, so I hope you guys enjoy this piece. The skin health industry is absolutely massive and North Americans spend millions of dollars each year on products to enhance and protect the look and feel of their skin. This is blatantly

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Among macronutrients, protein has unique characteristics which often lead it to be viewed as metabolically advantageous for those trying to alter their body composition, gain lean mass, or lose weight while maintaining lean mass. These advantages are largely related to the extra energy required to break down protein, the connection

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I think it goes without saying that the most fascinating and sought-after effect that caffeine offers the majority of its consumers is an increase in physical and/or mental performance. It’s one of the world’s favourite pick-me-ups! Yes, many of us indulge in our daily coffee and tea rituals because of

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Less than a month away from the release of my new Cholesterol Lowering Cookbook For Two, the promotional and educational push continues on the connection between blood cholesterol levels, food and overall health continues. My content thus far has covered the following key topic areas: The prevalence & statistics around

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