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Cutting calories doesn’t mean you have to give up on your favourite comfort foods. By changing a few ingredients, you can cut down on calories and fat while keeping all of that comforting flavour.

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We all want to stay healthy and active throughout our lifespan. However – for some people – osteoporosis can make this extremely challenging. Osteoporosis is a disease that causes low bone mass and loss of bone. This can lead to an increased risk of bone breaks, which can drastically change a person’s quality of life. This year, osteoporosis Canada is launching a campaign during November’s Osteoporosis Awareness Month called “Capture the Fracture”. This initiative is to try to make sure people who have a break don’t have one again.

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Kelly Atyeo Guest Author

Kelly Atyeo is a Professional Home Economist with a background in nutrition and nutrition communication. She is Vice President and co-owner of Creative Sampling Solutions Inc., a food marketing company that creates and executes retail programs and consumer shows related to Eating for Wellness. Kelly is also a health writer, nutrition communication consultant, and public speaker. Through her activities she strives to educate people on nutrition and health, while giving people the tools to make healthy foods a part of their lifestyle.

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Did you know that you can find over 700 delicious chicken recipes on chicken.ca?

Every year we add new recipes to our site and here are a few of our top rated recipes!

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Have you heard about the Paleo Diet? A growing number of Canadians are adopting this dietary lifestyle. The Paleo Diet has a lot of good things going for it. It excludes processed foods and refined sugars and emphasizes fruits and vegetables as well as animal-based proteins. Yet carb-based foods like pasta, bagels and oatmeal are not on the menu.  And with the exception of a small variation, dairy is excluded too. Could this be good for you? Our Health Ambassador, Dai Manuel, thinks it could be. Learn more about the Paleo Diet in part 4 of Dai Manuel’s 4 part series.  

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Guest Author, Dai Manuel

Have you heard about the Paleo Diet? A growing number of Canadians are adopting this dietary lifestyle. The Paleo Diet has a lot of good things going for it. It excludes processed foods and refined sugars and emphasizes fruits and vegetables as well as animal-based proteins. Yet carb-based foods like pasta, bagels and oatmeal are not on the menu.  And with the exception of a small variation, dairy is excluded too. Could this be good for you? Our Health Ambassador, Dai Manuel, thinks it could be. Learn more about the Paleo Diet in part 3 of Dai Manuel’s 4 part series.  

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Guest Author, Dai Manuel

Have you heard about the Paleo Diet? A growing number of Canadians are adopting this dietary lifestyle. The Paleo Diet has a lot of good things going for it. It excludes processed foods and refined sugars and emphasizes fruits and vegetables as well as animal-based proteins. Yet carb-based foods like pasta, bagels and oatmeal are not on the menu.  And with the exception of a small variation, dairy is excluded too. Could this be good for you? Our Health Ambassador, Dai Manuel, thinks it could be. Learn more about the Paleo Diet in part 2 of Dai Manuel’s 4 part series that we will be posting weekly in October.  

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An Introduction to the Paleo Diet

Guest Author, Dai Manuel

Have you heard about the Paleo Diet? A growing number of Canadians are adopting this dietary lifestyle. The Paleo Diet has a lot of good things going for it. It excludes processed foods and refined sugars and emphasizes fruits and vegetables as well as animal-based proteins. Yet carb-based foods like pasta, bagels and oatmeal are not on the menu.  And with the exception of a small variation, dairy is excluded too. Could this be good for you? Our Health Ambassador, Dai Manuel, thinks it could be. Learn more about the Paleo Diet in part 1 of Dai Manuel’s 4 part series that we will be posting weekly in October.  

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