Posts Tagged ‘food sensitivities’

Behaviour Modification: Progress not Perfection

Posted by: | October 24, 2010

Over the past couple of months my diet has gone through a bit of an overhaul. After continually feeling drained, sluggish and unsatisfied with my eating I began to look into the types of changes I could make to help boost energy levels throughout my day. With plenty of research and a strong support system, […]

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Comfort in a Cup or Plate or Bowl

Posted by: | July 20, 2010

When I have a bad day, I have to admit that the first thing that I want to do is stuff food down my throat.  It’s not the healthiest of impulses, especially since it often includes things like plates of hashbrowns (with far too much ketchup) or chocolate bars (notice the ‘s’ on the end […]

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Food of the Month

Oranges Every month, the Healthy UBC Blog highlights a locally available food, and gives you a recipe or two to try out.  This month, read all about mandarin oranges, rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, fibre and folate.

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