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Canada's Food Guide suggests you make at least half of your grain product choices whole grain.
Healthy eating starts with having healthy foods in your home. With so many options, knowing what to choose can be a challenge. Rest assured, with a little preparation and knowledge, making the right choices can be as easy as one, two, three!
The best soups are the ones you make at home. You control what ingredients and how much are used. But for those times when canned or jarred soup from the grocery store is more convenient, use these tips to pick the best ones.
Breakfast cereals are a quick and easy way to start your day. But not all cereals have the same health benefits. Here are a few tips on choosing the best cereals the next time you are shopping for cereal.
Pasta is very versatile, it comes in many shapes and sizes and is a family-friendly food that is also inexpensive. But how do you choose which is the best for your family? Here are some tips to help you when you are in the grocery store.
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