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10 Ways to Shake the salt habit when dining out

Read here for 10 tips on how to make lower sodium choices when dining out.

Healthier choices for Multicultural Cuisines

Canada is a melting pot of cuisines. These foods are becoming more available in our grocery stores, restaurants and take out locations.

Making healthy choices in the residence cafeteria

Living in residence and having a meal plan can mean you have a lot of food options – and not all of them healthy. Follow these guidelines to make the most of your choices.

Making healthy fast food choices at school

Fast food and take-out places are popular on campus because students don’t always have the time and money to look for other options. Enjoy your hamburger and fries once in awhile but also remember that you can make healthier choices most of the time.

Tips for eating out with kids

When dining out, the last thing you want is a battle with your children over what foods they eat.

Top 10 tips for eating out

Eating out can be a nice treat once in a while or a convenient option when you don't have time to cook a meal. Use these tips to make healthy choices the next time you eat out.

You can ask... for more veggies.

While you try to do a good job of adding some colour to your meals at home, it can be a challenge to add veggies when you eat out.

You can ask... for smaller portions

How can you enjoy the great taste of restaurant food without overeating? Ask for smaller portions.

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Chicken and Corn Chowder

This delicious, creamy soup was a great hit with both children and adults.

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