Speak directly to a Registered Dietitian to get answers to your nutrition and healthy eating questions. This service is free to everybody who lives in Ontario. Call toll-free:
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Food Portions Toolkit
My Menu Planner
Information on vegetarian diets.
Beans are tasty and nutritious and can be used in so many different ways! If you want to start eating more beans but are not sure how, here’s everything you need to get you started.
The legume family includes dried beans, peas and lentils. Legumes make a perfect all season food; whether it is a hearty chilli on a winter’s day or a fresh bean salad at a summer BBQ.
Nuts can help keep your heart healthy and your blood pressure low. Read on to learn more about using nuts.
If you’re a vegetarian or just curious about tofu, here’s the scoop on this healthy food.
Health Canada recommends that all Canadians should aim to get at least half of their grain servings as whole grains. Read on for tips on buying and preparing whole grains.
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