The Grand Prix of Epidemiology -The New York Times The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications For Diet, Weight Loss, and Long-Term Health (2005). The China Study In 2005, T. Colin Campbell, PhD and his son Thomas M. Campbell, MD, shared the China Project findings along … Continue reading The China Study
Social and economic factors, physical environment and your behaviour. Services and information Social determinants of health and health inequalities Includes health factors, measuring health status and health determinants indicators. The population health approach Information about improving the health of the Canadian population. Implementing the population health approach Includes policies, programs and measuring Canadian health.
JANUARY 23, 2019 By Sylvie Tremblay What’s new in Canada’s Food Guide? It’s not about food groups and portion sizes, but more about healthy, mindful eating. Plus, a whole lot of plants. While scientists have yet to uncover the perfect, one-size-fits-all diet, Health Canada has worked hard to develop the Food Guide, a set of dietary … Continue reading Canada’s new Food Guide: Get a head start on a healthier diet with these 7 tips
We have been trying a number of oil-free dressings lately and this one is definitely the best so far. It’s ridiculously simple, truly creamy, and just explodes with flavor. The recipe below makes enough for a few large salads but you may find yourself doubling it and using it every day (or is that just me?). … Continue reading Zesty Tahini Oil-Free Dressing