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No Excuse Mom | April 25, 2018

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Women’s Health

Top 9 Diet Mistakes

May 1, 2017 |

Dieting is a multi-billion dollar industry that grows every year — right along with a large majority of the population’s waistlines. Something is wrong with that, wouldn’t you say?

What’s going on? Why do millions of people desperately want to … Read More

6 Tips for Self-Motivation

March 23, 2016 |

One of the very first (and most difficult) steps to making a lifestyle change is finding the motivation. Without it, we may know the ‘right’ things to do, but not quite be able to put that into practice.

You, like … Read More

Why We Are Not Failures, And The Truth About Fad Diets

December 19, 2015 |

This post will discuss why changing our habits is not supposed to be easy, why we are not failures if we struggle to make changes, how to choose the right weight loss program, and how someone can lose weight in … Read More

Why Having Enough Iron in the Diet is Important

October 6, 2015 |

Ever feel tired and sluggish, but you don’t understand why?

You may not be getting enough iron in your diet, or, your body may not be able to absorb the iron that you do consume. Iron is a mineral that … Read More

34 Tasty, Simple, and Quick Breakfast Ideas

May 18, 2015 |

 

 

 

 

 

According to the latest Tracking Nutrition Trends report, almost 40% of Canadians skip breakfast. Eating a healthy breakfast has been associated with:

– Lower prevalence of overweight and obesity and reduced weight gain over time

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What is Orthorexia Nervosa, aka Extreme Clean Eating Disorder?

April 27, 2015 |

I want to take a moment to introduce a serious, but important topic – Orthorexia Nervosa, or otherwise known as ‘Extreme Clean Eating Disorder’. We all do our best to eat healthy, or ‘clean’, whatever it is we want to … Read More

20 Tips for Eating Healthy on a Budget

November 15, 2014 |

Access to healthy food is a basic human right (at least it should be). Without access to healthy food, people are at a higher risk for conditions such as heart disease, type II diabetes, and obesity.

However healthy foods, along … Read More

Healthy Cooking Tips!

November 6, 2014 |

Let’s face it – it’s a new era where some of us have basic cooking skills, and some of us don’t. It’s not our fault really – it depends on how we were raised and other factors (We all have … Read More

Making Behavior and Lifestyle Changes

October 8, 2014 |

Food for thought: Does simply telling someone to do something, or judging someone for not doing what you think is right, actually help that person change their behavior?

As an Official NEM Nutritionist, I wanted to take a moment to … Read More