This trendy tea isn’t just a treat – it’s also really good for you. Find out the health benefits of this tea and how you can use it a home with our recipes.
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What can turmeric do you for you? A lot, apparently. The superfood – or superspice, rather – may help with diabetes, heart health, eczema and psoriasis, pain relief and so much more.
Certain foods can boost our brain power and improve our memory. Find out which ones, plus get recipes to try
Is grapeseed oil the new EVOO?
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Lentils are a great source of fibre, protein and iron. Try these ideas to incorporate them into meals
Because dehydration isn’t worth it!
Pumpkins aren’t just good for making jack-o’-lanterns.
Boost your intake of a variety of antioxidants with these healthy foods
Even if you were (or are) the master of the kids’ school lunches, you could probably still use some advice on packing your own midday meal. We asked Canadian dietitian Rose Reisman for her tips on making the ultimate grown-up lunch to go.
Canadians have such a short window to enjoy locally grown fruits, so we need to make sure we savour every opportunity. Here are five fabulous fruits, along with irresistible ways to enjoy them.
Looking for a health boost? Sip on these brews
What a food’s hue can-and can’t-say about its nutrition and flavour.
What you eat before, during and after you exercise can have a major impact on the effectiveness of your workout. Find out the key ingredients to add to your fitness routine
From cancer-fighting antioxidants to heart-healthy fats, here are some of the world’s most nutritious foods and the health benefits they provide
Wondering about that strange-looking food in your local produce section? Here’s your guide to 10 weird fruits and vegetables from around the world
Think your diet is low in sugar? You’ll be surprised at these foods that contain way more sugar than you think
The nutrients we need in our 20s are different than what we need in other decades of our lives. Here’s how to eat for your age
Your diet can contribute to your risk of getting stomach cancer. Find out how to make the right adjustments