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Wild BC Salmon Recipe

July 29th, 2011 by admin | No Comments

Wild BC Salmon Recipe

Wild salmon is not only an incredible food for brain health, it qualifies as incredible across virtually every other health standard as well and is clearly one of the healthiest foods that one can eat. Period. With high in inflammation-fighting omega-3s, this fish is low in sodium and also a good source of Vitamin B6 [...]


Canada’s New Activity Guidelines

February 14th, 2011 by admin | No Comments

Canada’s New Activity Guidelines

Physical activity plays an important role in the health, well-being and quality of life of all Canadians, and it is particularly important for children and youth. Habits formed early can last a lifetime.

Children and youth need to move more! Encourage them to join in activities they enjoy. An active lifestyle with at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day brings health benefits now, and helps them grow up to become healthy, active adults.


Wellness at Work

February 12th, 2011 by admin | No Comments

Wellness at Work

The work-life balance often tips toward the workplace, where most Canadians spend over 60 percent of their waking hours. It is no surprise that conditions on the job can impact your well-being—for better or worse. Workplace wellness is essential to enjoying life, both at work and off the clock.


Poor Diet linked to Low IQ in Children

February 11th, 2011 by admin | No Comments

Poor Diet linked to Low IQ in Children

A recent study published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, an affiliate publication of the British Medical Journal, suggests that a diet high in fats, sugars, and processed foods in early childhood may lower IQ, while a diet full of vitamins and nutrients may do the opposite. The study tracked the long term [...]


Eating Poorly Linked to Depression

February 10th, 2011 by admin | No Comments

Eating Poorly Linked to Depression

Eating foods high in trans-fats and saturated fats increases the risk of depression, according to a Spanish study published in the United States Wednesday, confirming previous studies that linked “junk food” with the disease.


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