My family doctor says he doesn’t do annual check-ups and he will deal with only one or two of my questions at each appointment. I’m suspicious...
Sunnybrook Academic Family Health Team
Eating should not be so complicated, says registered dietitian Annie Hoang. Sometimes the best strategy is to keep it simple.
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A healthy eating plan can either help you prevent high blood pressure or reduce blood pressure that is already too high.
Soy protein has been shown to help lower LDL (lousy) cholesterol. Here are some ways to incorporate it into your diet!
Glycemic index, also known as GI, measures how quickly a carbohydrate food raises your blood sugar levels. Try these low GI foods!
As the rise in food prices will surpass that of inflation in 2015, Canadians may have to pay more attention to their food budgeting.