Sports & Health Undiet Yourself January 13, 2019January 22, 2019 News Review Media 106 Views 0 Comments By Shana Daniel, registered holistic nutritionist After December consumption in epic proportions, whilst January bills have rolled in and been paid for, February may have challenged you to maint...
I’ve come across so many shared and blogged posts from those who have already misinterpreted Health Canada’s latest recommendations. Canada’s Food Guide limits dairy and encourages the excessive meat eaters to entertain plant based foods, not erase them from the average diet. It’s a great start, encourages mindful choices and my favourite - doing away with serving sizes. Parents: encourage your kids to relay what they’re learning from this new guide at school and highlight the main points which are being misinterpreted by many. Coles notes below.. .. food is now separated into three groupings: vegetables and fruits, whole grains (such as whole grain pasta, brown rice and quinoa) and protein foods (lentils, lean red meat, fish, poultry, unsweetened milk and fortified soy beverages, nuts, seeds, tofu, lower fat dairy and cheeses lower in fat and sodium.... Also gone are recommendations for specific portions or daily servings. No one wanted the old measures.. ... See MoreSee Less
Time to stir up some controversy on this subject. Consider this for whose who enjoy animal proteins - there’s zero mention of grass fed organic in this broad statement to many, not only of the meat it suggests to minimize, but other animal proteins as well. Is an increase of other animal proteins the answer to minimizing one? Numerous neurology reports have concluded that saturated fats in fact DO support brain health. This article is once again shunning them. I’m not a proponent of this in such a broad statement as put in this article. And the carbon footprint it mentions? Consider those farmers who care enough to feed their livestock what they were meant to graze on and not feed grains, the overall footprint wouldn’t be where it has gotten to. Is minimizing one food group almost entirely as this article suggests more conducive to our health? And when do we stop negating the potato in our diet! Those poor potatoes. Chock full of nutrient density and incredible sustained energy - this article is a thumbs down for me! ... See MoreSee Less
Industry is recalling certain cauliflower, red leaf lettuce and green leaf lettuce produced by Adam Bros. Farming Inc. of Santa Maria, California, United States (US) from the marketplace due to possible E. coli O157:H7 contamination.