Many of us are aware by now that sugar is a hot topic when it comes to nutrition, particularly because most people currently exceed the World Health Organization’s recommended guidelines of 25g (6 tsp) or less of sugar per day. While sugars in their whole food form (such as fruit) are not as big of […]
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There is nothing quite like homemade chicken soup, especially during the rainy spring season. This is the quickest method I have found to achieve a scratch stock and soup within 30-60 minutes. Please enjoy! Makes 8 servings INGREDIENTS 4 chicken breasts – bone in for flavour! (important) 8 cups water 1 tbsp. olive oil 2 […]
As an active 14-year-old, Carly Johnston has had her share of bruises and pulled muscles. But when she rolled her ankle and heard a “pop” during a recent soccer game, her mom, Giovanna, knew that this injury would likely take more than a bag of frozen peas to fix. Luckily, as clients of Copeman Healthcare […]
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If heart disease and diabetes run in your family, you may be worried about what the future holds for your own health. While it’s always helpful to know your genetic history, it doesn’t tell the complete story . The good news is, you often don’t have to look too far.
Dr. Liann Meloff talks mindfulness and provides proven strategies to help change your unhealthy eating habits.
If you often visit the gym without a plan, you’re probably not making the most of your time or energy. A structured exercise program could make a significant difference to your fitness progress.
If you’ve ever tried to lose weight, you’ll probably know that weight loss plateaus can be frustrating. Dietitian Linda Cuda shares advice on how to break through your plateau.
The most significant factors contributing to good health are balanced nutrition and regular exercise. So how do you, as a parent, help your children develop these healthy habits from a young age?
Most people are aware that exercising can help you lose weight. Yet many of the other countless benefits of exercising often go unnoticed. Kinesiologist, Dana Permann explains why exercise is for EVERYONE (yes, even you!).