Compare and contrast Canada’s Food Guides from 1944 (it was called Food Rules then) and 1992 1944 1992 The biggest difference is that the 1992 version visually demonstrated that the base, or largest component, of a nutritionally balanced meal should be based on Continue reading Canada’s Food Guide: Then and Now
In my last post I mentioned how traditionally, humans evolved on a grain-free, Paleolithic diet consisting of plants (vegetables and plants) and meat. The Globe and Mail had an interesting article a couple of weeks ago outlining the journal of an Continue reading Reverting Back to the Ancestral Diet: An Inuit Case Study
The second factor that helped push me towards an awareness that things were not right was a trip I took in 2010 to California, to visit paternal relatives. It was my first time to that mythical land and I fell Continue reading Blindness! Dialysis! Amputations! Oh My!
Like many people, especially women living in North America, I’ve been waging a low level war against my weight for ages. My first battle started after completing undergrad, followed by a particularly strenuous high-volume degree. I completely let go of Continue reading The Start of the Journey