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:
Watch this video to see what happens when you call EatRight Ontario.
Phone lines are open 9am-5pm ET Monday to Friday.
Food Portions Toolkit
My Menu Planner
You can help reduce the risk of foodborne illness by reading these important tips and facts.
Canadian beef is nutritious, of high quality and safe to eat. Read on to learn how to choose quality beef products and how to store and prepare beef properly.
Eggs are both nutritious and safe to eat. Here we’ll explain how you can include eggs as part of your healthy food choices.
Knowing how to wash different types of vegetables and fruit the right way will keep your food tasting great and safe to eat.
Have you ever wondered what carageenan, lecithin and xanthan gum are? Read on to find out more about food additives and their role in the food supply.
Have you ever wondered if unpasteurized milk is safe to drink? What about unpasteurized cheese or honey? ? Read on to learn more about pasteurization and food safety.
You can ask for smaller portions
What’s the difference between omega-3 and omega-6 fats?
Top 10 lower sodium choices