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Somewhere between high school and that balmy -20°C day of that Antarctic summer, Katherine learned that human health & environmental health are inseparable.
What’s really stopping you from achieving the results you want? To make a real change, you need to make choices and find a routine that works with your busy lifestyle. This four-step, honest approach is designed to help you set and achieve realistic health goals. It will help you reassess your priorities; consider any modifications; […]
Canada’s Food Guide has changed—and for the most part, the Registered Dietitians at Copeman Healthcare couldn’t be happier. This 2019 update is less prescriptive than past versions and uses the healthy or balanced plate model which dietitians have used for many years as a guideline for their patients. Of course, it’s hard to create a […]
Fermented foods, such as sauerkraut and kefir, have been rising in popularity as of late. But are they worth the buzz?
Overnight oatmeal is a simple and healthy on the go breakfast option with endless possibilities. Here are the basics to get started!
Disease prevention intertwined within multiple sclerosis cases will aid future generations in optimistically preventing the disease entirely, and adequately pave the pathways for future discoveries.
Join Rob Lazzinnaro, Registered Dietitian at Copeman Healthcare, for this free online webinar that will provide you with an in-depth overview of intermittent fasting, including whether or not it could be the right approach for you..
When the healthy are educated on preventing illness, they are better equipped to maintain their health. Read more by scholarship candidate, Bethany Welton.
Devyn Parsons discusses the significant changes required to decrease weight-based stigma and to improve the efficacy of our weight management interventions.