Eat hot peppers, more spicy food and live longer—that's the conclusion of a large study at the University of Vermont.
Medical researchers found that consumption of hot red chili peppers is associated with a 13 per cent reduction in total...Read More»
What's cooking for the New Year? From new nuts to old milk, 2017 has plenty of nutrition trends to help you keep healthy all year round.
1. Healthy fats, including walnuts and vegetable oils, reduce risk of diabetes
Swapping healthy unsaturated fats...Read More»
Looking for a nutritional powerhouse? You've found it with avocado, a fruit that boasts over 20 essential nutrients including fiber, folic acid and...Read More»
Boost your ability to fight off infections this cold and flu season.
Our immune systems are responsible for fighting off attackers like viruses, bacteria...Read More»
Just what you need to kick start the New Year! Jam-packed with tasty recipes, cutting-edge medical breakthroughs and insider tips, these new books make it...Read More»
According to an Ipsos survey, fitness and nutrition goals are the top resolutions for one-third of Canadians this year. Here, six ways to make your...Read More»
Research shows that only one in five people who lose weight successfully keep it off after a year.Don't let your hard work and healthy habits go to waste!...Read More»
From berries to oysters, these 8 brain foods boost memory, help us to think clearly, and contribute to overall good health.
The old maxim "You are what...Read More»
Here, five top superfoods for a healthy, healing start to the New Year. Plus, a tasty recipe to get you started!
After all the revelry's over it's time...Read More»
Every year we make the same resolution: eat right, live right. But, just how savvy are you at deciphering the fact from fiction when it comes to natural...Read More»
The redder the better. As you prepare your next holiday feast, make sure the cranberries for your sauce are colour-rich, for flavour...Read More»
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