Pumpkin seeds are a nutritious fall snack.

19 October 2021

The shelled variety are often found in grocery stores, though whole pumpkin seeds are safe to eat for most people. Individuals living with inflammatory Bowel Disease or Crohn’s should avoid or limit whole pumpkin seeds -and even the shelled varieties …

Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in Canada.

18 October 2021

World Sight Day on the second Thursday of October draws attention on blindness and vision impairment. Let’s not take our sight for granted. Get regular eye checks, especially if you are living with type 2 diabetes.

A traditional way of life fosters resiliency.

8 October 2021

World mental health day is in October. Mental health affects all of us. Having a connection to family, Elders, culture, tradition, history and community keeps us strong. Take time this week to sit down with family over a wholesome, healthy …

Why is Vitamin A so good for the human body?

8 October 2021

A single cup of cooked pumpkin has more than 200 percent of the recommended daily amount of vitamin A? It helps keep our vision sharp Pumpkin also contains lots of vitamin C, which can boost your immune system and ward …

Fruits And Vegetables 1-2-3!

28 September 2021

Try the 1-2-3 approach to eating fruits and vegetables throughout the day. •1 serving with breakfast •2 with lunch •3 with dinner Mix and match your servings with different meals throughout the day to find an approach that works best …

Every child, matters, even if they are an adult, from now on

27 September 2021

Annual Orange Shirt Day invites global conversation about residential schools. Orange Shirt Day is an opportunity to create meaningful discussion about the effects and legacy of residential schools. All Canadians can participate in this conversation that builds bridges and reconciliation. …