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Episode 31

Ever wondered what it would truly be like to feed your family only foods that are grown and produced within 100-mile radius of your home? The Food Network Canada featured a 100-Mile Challenge Series in which several families signed up for the challenge of eating only local foods for 100 days. Angela St. Cyr and her family was documented by the Food Network show and shares her tips and tricks to truly live your life on a local diet.

Angela St. Cyr
Episode 30

Vij's in VancouverIn celebration of May being Asian Heritage month, and inspired by the succes

Meeru Dhalwala
Episode 29

Food FrayThere is quite a bit of coverage of genetically modified foods in the media,

Lisa Weasel, PhD
Episode 28

Whole Grains For Busy PeopleWe talked about the different types o

Lorna Sass
Episode 27

Cholesterol Down2400 Americans die of heart disease every day, that's an average of 1

Janet Bond Brill, Ph.D, RD, LDN
Episode 26

Cool CuisineDid your New Year's Resolutions include switching to an environmentally-frie

Chef Laura Stec
Episode 25

Flexitarian DietWe know the many health benefits of eating a plant-based vegetarian diet. In fact, vegetarians live 3.6 years longer than meat eaters. So you want to become one, but don't want to eat cardboard soy products everyday? You are not alone.

Dawn Jackson Blatner, RD, LDN
Episode 24

16 Myths of a Diabetic DietThe holiday festivity can be a challenge fo

Amy Campbell, MS, RD, CDE
Episode 23

Eat, Shrink and Be MerrWith more parties and social activities, it’s not unusual to drink more alcohol during the holiday season.

Janet Podleski
Episode 22

Beauty DietTrue beauty comes from within, so the key to a healthy glow may possibly come from your fridge and pantry.

Lisa Drayer, MA, RD

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