Healthy eating tips
Healthy eating means eating a variety of foods from the four food groups to feel good and maintain your health. Eating well along with being active can also lower your risk of disease and help you reach--and maintain--a healthy weight.
Information on how to get a copy of Canada's Food Guide and how to use it, and how to access healthy eating and living toolkits for educators and communicators.
Cooking with kids is a great way to connect as a family while teaching important healthy eating habits. These family-friendly recipes were developed with the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
Eating healthy meals can be easy even when you're busy. All you need is a good plan. Spend a few minutes each week to plan your meals and snacks. This will help get meals on the table faster and save time and money.
Eating well starts at the grocery store. It's easy to make nutritious meals and snacks when your kitchen is stocked with healthier ingredients.
Getting healthy meals on the table fast is easy with these time-saving tips.
Water is the best way to quench your thirst. Other nutritious options include milk and fortified soy drinks.
There are many healthy choices available when eating out. Many cafeterias, fast food outlets, and restaurants offer heart-healthy menu options that are good for you and taste great.
Scientific evidence has shown that dietary trans fats can increase your risk of developing heart disease. To combat this, you can choose food for yourself and your children that contains little to no trans fat.
Tips for families
Cooking with kids is a great way to connect and spend quality time together as a family while teaching little ones important healthy eating habits. So get cooking with your little chef today!
Stock up on healthy grab-and-go foods from the four food groups and help your kids create quick, healthy lunches and snacks.
Promoting healthy eating habits in your children when they're young will help them continue to eat well later in life.
Caffeine can be found in products such as soft drinks, coffee, tea, energy drinks, and even chocolate. So how much caffeine is safe for kids?
Keeping your New Year's resolutions can be harder than making them. This year, take action and turn your resolve into results.
For most Canadians, summer means spending time outdoors soaking up the warm, sunny weather with family and friends. Use these tips to help you and your family plan healthy summer meals without breaking a sweat.
Sticking to your healthy eating plans can be challenging during the holidays. With parties, busy schedules, and endless temptations, it's easy to let healthy habits slide during the festive season.
Embrace the back to school season by jumpstarting your healthy eating goals.
My Food Guide is an interactive tool that customizes Canada's Food Guide just for you.
Creating your personalized guide takes about five minutes. You can then print it and stick it on your fridge for quick and easy reference!
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