We’re all a-buzz this week over here in the nutrition world! The new Canada Food Guide 2019 was released on Tuesday and sparked so much discussion. It felt much overdo … was it worth the wait? I’ll apologize now, this
Taking a vacation is an exciting time. A time to kick back and do nothing. No chores, no commitments and best of all, no meal planning. It’s all too easy to feel like all limits are off because you’ve worked
Who indulged this holiday? Who’s still having tummy trouble after all the treats? Who learned a bit more about their body during the process? Today I’m writing about a mish-mash of things, but that in real life, all
December … a time of celebrations, gatherings, and ‘holiday cheer’. A time when many people feel like they’re struggling to find balance with holiday eating and thinking about how to avoid gaining too much come January. But this isn’t the
Who doesn’t love banana bread?! But often, recipes call for a lot of sugar – which is surprising when we think about how sweet ripe bananas taste. There are many recipes out there that even use bananas instead of sugar.
Diabetes Canada states on their website: “Today, there are 11 million Canadians living with diabetes or prediabetes. Every three minutes, another Canadian is diagnosed. Chances are that diabetes affects you or someone you know.” Approximately 90% of all the people
I am so happy to announce that I have officially gained Registered Dietitian status in BC, after moving from Ontario. This means I can officially unveil what I have been working on over the past few months ….
Who lives in a small space, raise your hand! My last kitchen had a galley layout … aka only-one-person-allowed-at-a-time, limited cupboards and even more limited counter space. I’m so happy to say that I have slightly more room in