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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Is breakfast everything we were told it was growing up? Once regarded as gospel, questions now swirl around whether or not breakfast truly is the “most important meal of the day”. I’m going to attempt to answer that question combining my own personal views, clinical insights from my practice and,

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The potential health benefits associated with intermittent fasting continue to be a topic of great interest to myself, my clients and the public at large. In previous blog posts I’ve discussed my experience with intermittent fasting  and also explored the popularized notion of working out in a “fasted state”. Intermittent

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“Food is symbolic of love when words are inadequate.” —Alan D. Wolfelt What a coincidence it is then that the annual holiday of love that we celebrate on February 14th each year, was actually originally a feast celebrating a Saint by the name of Valentine. In fact, there is nothing coincidental

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