As I continue to accumulate experience in the world of nutrition across both the private practice and social media setting, I can’t help but feel as though the joint problems of nutrition misinformation and the spread of harmful nutrition messaging  have not really gotten better. I find it impossible to

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The health and fitness industries is perpetually characterized by the ebb and flows of trends. Anyone with their finger on the pulse of these fluctuations will know that intermittent fasting happens to be one of them. My regular readers will know that I’ve openly shared my thoughts on intermittent fasting

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What better way to celebrate Meatless Monday than to set my ambitious student blogger Chris to the task of exploring the highly popular Beyond Meat burger. This product, by all accounts, has the potential to completely revolutionize the meat alternative industry and is a worthy topic of further exploration. Chris

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“Most people don’t have a lot of knowledge about GMOs. The average person hasn’t spent much time thinking about it. Nonetheless, if they were to see a label about them, they would likely be averse to them. It’s something that seems a little unnatural, and there’s a psychological tendency to

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Whether you love the idea of genetically modified foods or not, they have grown to prominence for a reason. In today’s article, Lara will explore the number of factors that have made genetically modified foods so appealing to the food and biotechnology industries, and the benefits they confer to the

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High protein yogurt products actually happen to be one of the foods that I most often recommend to my clients. Even though yogurt is not a fundamental dietary staple like fruits or veggies, I believe that for those who enjoy dairy, high protein yogurt varieties (such as Greek or Icelandic

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Hello everyone, I am so thrilled to be introducing Lara, my first ever dietetic intern. Lara is a recent graduate from the Nutrition and Food Program at Ryerson University and is currently completing a portion of her independent internship with yours truly. Among a host of potential topics, Lara decided

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Fresh off the presses, a Journal Of The American Medical Association (JAMA) paper has found that more eggs and especially more cholesterol in your diet increases risk of heart disease and death. In what seems like one of the most contentious and controversial back and forth debates in contemporary nutrition,

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