We have all seen fads take over the media, but are any of them really worth trying? Is it possible that some of them may even be dangerous?
Each January, the New Year brings with it new goals and resolutions, especially when it comes to health. But before you get started, get informed
We’ve compiled all of our favourite tips to have your best year yet with food – enjoy this list of our top nutrition messages for 2020!
Spring and summer seasons are often filled with enjoying patio happy hours, gathering for family barbecues, and attending more social events. These engagements often involve delicious foods, great conversations and alcoholic beverages. As many of us work on our “summer bodies”, one question often arises: how does alcohol affect our weight? There are a few reasons […]
Join Sarah Kasman, Registered Dietitian, as she tests your knowledge of how to dine out at restaurants in this free online webinar. Plus, learn helpful tips and tricks on how to modify meals to suit your personal health goals.
In this online webinar Rob Lazzinnaro, Registered Dietitian, will review the importance of a balanced approach to weight loss, and will provide tips and tricks on the best ways to effectively manage your weight throughout the years of your life.
The ketogenic diet is becoming increasingly popular for its weight loss effects. But is the restrictive diet safe and, if so, is it right for you?
One of the hardest changes to make just involves figuring out where to start. Here are our top 3 suggestions for dietary behaviours for weight loss!
In this free online webinar, Jennifer Rogers, RD, will teach you the basics of nutrition & fundamental knowledge to make healthier choices year-round
Is there such a thing as the “perfect” workout routine? Kinesiologist, Hedieh Hafizi, explains how to create the perfect workout plan.
What if you discovered a medication capable of preventing or treating dozens of diseases? Luckily, this magic medication exists; exercise!
It can be hard to stay on track with your diet over the holidays, particularly when there are so many parties and gatherings filled with tasty (and tempting) treats. Use these tips to help you celebrate the holidays the healthy way.
In this online webinar, Bahar Brocken, RD, will outline all of the things you never knew about sugar, including how it affects your health.
Learn all about the Ketogenic Diet from Registered Dietitian, Sarah Kasman in this free webinar.
Find out what’s in store in Calgary! The latest program and service innovations at the Copeman Healthcare Centre in Calgary include gene-based nutrition testing, complete weight loss management and more.
Losing weight can be difficult, especially as we get older. This is the amazing story of how one 49 year old turned his life around by losing 40 pounds through healthy lifestyle changes.
There is nothing quite like homemade chicken soup, especially during the rainy spring season. This dietitian-approved recipe is sure to hit the spot!
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.
Registered Dietitian Nina Hirvi discusses the health risks of holding extra weight, and provides some ideas and advice on how to lose those last 10 pounds.
CKNW’s Lynda Steele spoke with Copeman’s clinical team about the latest on fertility, menopause, weight loss, brain health, men’s health, hormone replacement therapy and travel health.
Are you sick of dieting, and want to make changes that result in permanent weight loss? All diets can help you lose weight, but 95% of them fail. The Copeman dietitians are here to help you succeed.
It’s no secret that physical activity and exercise does our body good. But did you know physical inactivity or sedentary behaviour has its own set of negative consequences?
By prioritizing his health, transforming his diet and making physical fitness part of his daily life, Copeman client John Cooper lost 28lbs and brought his health numbers back into a normal range.
The first tip for making the most of your dietitian visit is overcoming the fear that you are visiting the food police.
We could all use more beans and lentils in our lives whether it be to lose weight, reduce cholesterol, manage diabetes, or simply to eat less meat.
Whether dropping a few extra pounds or cutting down on daily fat intake, most of us need a source of accountability when taking on new health challenges.
Feeling hungry does not have to be scary. We should all feel hungry before a meal.
Could swimming be the ultimate exercise? The following report card on swimming shows that unlike other cardiovascular exercises, swimming offers benefits beyond merely burning calories and building muscle groups.
Try this week’s recipe featuring a recipe for a creamy pasta sauce that uses lower fat options offering less calories, about half the fat more than double the protein and at least half to a third of the usual amount of sodium than your traditional cream based sauces.
Patience, positivity, and persistence are the keys to weight loss. If you’re thinking about what you can’t have, how unpleasant it is or how slow it’s going you won’t stick to it.
The Copeman SmartWeight Program is a drop-in program designed to help you improve your eating behavior and attain your ideal weight (or health) goals.
Successful CEO, Garth Braun, dodges Type 2 Diabetes thanks to the personalized care at Copeman Healthcare and his own outstanding drive. Read and be inspired.
Nina Hirvi takes us through the indicators for Metabolic Syndrome and offers specific advise on how to reduce your risk of developing this condition.
Important components of both a brain and a heart health program are exercise, nutrition, weight management, stress management and sleep.
Prehypertension is the precursor to a hypertension diagnosis. As prehypertension does not cause any symptoms, the only way to detect prehypertension is to keep track of your blood pressure readings.
I had been to the Mayo Clinic when I lived offshore for 11 years. So when my friends suggested I try Copeman Clinic I thought, hey, maybe this would be even better.