Ditch the cookies and potato chips in favour of these crisp, crunchy snacks that are good for you.
Much healthier than store-bought varieties, this prune trail mix will help with bone health and improve digestion.
Agave nectar has become a trendy sugar substitute — but is it really healthy? Here’s the scoop behind this natural sweetener.
Dietitians are on the front lines of nutrition news, and these are the fad diets they believe don’t live up to the hype.
If you love a hearty, wholesome family meal, you won’t be able to get enough of this organic beef, sweet potato and potato pie — courtesy of Ontario-based organic meat producer, Beretta Farms.
Think you’re too busy to eat healthy? Think again. Fit Factory Fitness nutritionist Maya Eid shares her tips for maintaining a healthy diet in spite of a packed schedule.
Ditch the chips. With so many health benefits, popcorn is one of the few snack foods you can eat guilt-free (as long as you make it the right way).
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health broke all of our hearts last year when it confirmed that “butter is not back.” But in the end we suppose it’s better for our hearts to know the truth: Butter has no nutritional benefits and is associated with an increase in LDL cholesterol. Try these heart-friendly alternatives instead. Just be aware that baking times may change!
Although bircher muesli is typically made the night before, using quick oats means it can be a last-minute brekkie, too.
It’s a mix between coconut milk and the creamiest, smoothest yogurt you’ve ever had.
If you have one go-to-bottle of oil for all of your cooking needs, you could be putting your health at risk.
This soup is the perfect warm-up meal to get you through the rest of the winter.
And if you’re a sunchoke virgin, this salad is a good way to test out this nutrient-packed vegetable.
Being a celebrity doesn’t necessarily mean you’re on a crazy diet. Riverdale’s Camila Mendes and a few other big names have quit the diet train for good.
This unusual combination makes a welcome change from the usual berry smoothies, and dates are packed with fibre and potassium.
Registered dietician and CLIF Bar nutrition ambassador Nanci S. Guest has counselled Olympians — including the Canadian women’s hockey team — on diet and nutrition. She gives us the scoop on athlete diet methods and how you can use them in your everyday (non-elite-athlete) life.
Your fast food habit could be making permanent changes to your body. Here’s what a new study revealed.
This miracle beverage is effective at fighting everything from cancer to acne. So pour a cup and let the benefits begin.
Some popular diets suggest avoiding eggplants, tomatoes, peppers and potatoes. They’re wrong!
Good news! You get another chance to break out your spiralizer to craft this nutritious sweet potato recipe.