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Living a healthy lifestyle is central to maintaining wellness throughout your lifetime. In fact, healthy habits not only help you to feel good and manage illness today, they can also help prevent future disease. There are many behaviors that influence your health - what you eat, how you sleep, if you smoke, how active you are, how you manage stress - to name just a few. You can improve your quality of life by making simple, positive changes to your daily routine.
Where to start?
We've collected useful facts and tips to inform, motivate and support steps towards a healthier lifestyle. Remember, small changes are powerful. Start today!
Here are some common nutrition myths about popular beverages. Make sure you’re not fooled.
Vitamin water is not as healthy as it sounds.
Just as with many other occasions throughout the year, food plays a big part in Easter celebrations.
There is no reason why you can't enjoy some treats over Easter, but it can be easy to overdo it with all the chocolate on offer. Eggs traditionally symbolize rebirth and new life and chocolate ones have been around since first the early 1800s.
Red strawberries are in season the months of April through June. Juicy and sweet, a serving of strawberries has only around 50 calories! They are the perfect treat to satisfy a sweets craving. In addition, strawberries are rich in vitamin C, folate, fiber and potassium, and rich in compounds that may help prevent chronic diseases like cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
Food labels tell you the nutritional content of processed foods. Reading food labels is a great habit to help you choose healthier food options by comparing different items. It’s a must step if you want to eat healthy. Here is what you need to know to get you started:
We need to get back to the kitchen. After all, who doesn’t want to be healthy, prevent disease and save money? Cooking at home has these advantages and more:
Eating homemade meals is usually much cheaper than eating at a restaurant or buying processed foods from the market.
What will the dietitian and I talk about during a nutrition assessment?
What is Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT)?