A “Fresh” Summer Approach To Organizing Your Fridge

By Kelly Anne Erdman M.Sc, R.D. I’m a sport dietitian and cycling Olympian with the Canadian Sport Institute Calgary, where I consult several national teams. I was also the Performance Dietitian for the Canadian Olympic Committee and Team Canada at the London Summer Olympic Games. I was their main support during the games when it came to food selection and dietary needs. I love…

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10 Superfoods of 2017

Hello! Reporting live from C2 MTL! An incredible conference in my hometown of Montreal. I am about to hear Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple speak. I'm excited. Seeing that summer is around the corner, and knowing that my goal as a certified life coach (and now yoga teacher in training) is to always get you as close to your personal best…

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Seasonal Depression: Food For Your Mood

By Tracy Satov As the days have gotten shorter and darker, many people experience seasonal depression.  The less sunlight in combination with cold winter weather, many just want to stay indoors and put their head under their covers. Are there any foods that could improve your mood? For starters, starting off your day with breakfast is the best way to increase your alertness,…

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On Aging and Worry…

By Annick Robinson Last week a salesman at an airport asked me to look in a mirror at his beauty kiosk, and worry about aging. I'm a mom, I pretty much worry professionally. These are just some of the things I worry about: I worry about my sons being healthy and happy. How disconnected this generation is. Bullies in school.…

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The Secret No One Talks About…

Let me preface this by saying, I am not a fitness trainer. I am not a health guru. Not a doctor. Not a physiotherapist. I am just a certified life coach and entrepreneur, and what I am saying today holds no scientific weight, nor any weight at all, you might say. It's merely based on my personal experience and perception. But…

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Healthsgiving: Recipes for a Healthy Thanksgiving

By Guest Blogger Josh Bowen You’re going to do it. You know you’re going to do it. Hell, I’m going to do it! Yeah, I’m going ALL IN on Thanksgiving. Most of America will. However, you don’t have to deep fry your turkey or use four packs of butter in your “mashed taters” to have a great, tasty Thanksgiving. Here are…

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Fitness Friday: 5 Exercises To Incorporate Abs Into Your Workout Routine

By Guest Blogger Vesna Dodevka Happy almost 2016! I am sure you already know that some of the most popular New Year's resolutions are to lose weight, work out more frequently, and be healthy. Well, we are just weeks away from that time of year. Did you also know that many people share similar workout habits? They come to the…

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5 Quick, Easy and Healthy Dinner Recipes for Families

On this week’s Global TV parenting segment, we discussed one of my favorite topics – food! Food, glorious food! Actually, not so glorious when your kids complain that they don’t like what you’re serving, and then they ask for the trusty grilled cheese. Yes, many of you have stated that you make ONE family meal, and if the kids don’t like what…

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25 Healthy Snacks for Kids

Back to school is in full swing! Daily in the Diamond household, (until next week when my older son will start middle school and THEY will now be responsible for feeding him, thank G-d), there have aways been two kids' lunches to prepare: A main meal, 3 snacks, water and juice (the juice only goes to my older one). I have noticed…

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Wisdom Wednesday From Catherine Deneuve

So, this about sums up how I feel about turning 40 this year and deciding to choose my face. I have wanted to write a blog post on this topic for a long time, but the beautiful Catherine Deneuve so eloquently says it as it is. As we age, we either choose our face or our ass. Why? What does this mean?…

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