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We specialize in achievement of health without guilt or complexity. Since 2000, our nutritionists have offered nutrition counselling, professional speaking, educational resources as well as food and restaurant industry consulting. Watch a video about our practice.

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FREE Public Seminar: Show me the Weigh! Nutrition…

Show me the Weigh! Nutrition for weight management Looking for safe and effective ways to really lose extra pounds and keep them ... [Read More...]

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Three Food Trends for 2015…

This year the culinary trend for food focuses on environmental sustainability, local sourcing, healthful meals, nutrition and natural ... [Read More...]


Eating Disorder Family Support Group…

Please take the time to consider joining one of Silver Lining Foundations' Eating Disorder Family Support Groups.  If  someone you ... [Read More...]

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Surviving the Holidays with an Eating Disorder…

This article was written by our caring colleague Adele Fox who is a Registered Psychologist specializing in individual and ... [Read More...]

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What do dietitians eat at staff meetings?…

If you think dietitians only nibble on carrot sticks at our staff meetings, take a look at what we enjoyed at our recent staff ... [Read More...]

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Shift Work Can Be Bad for Employee Health…

Listen to my monthly radio program with Angela Kokott, host of Calgary Today for our segment, “You are what you eat” to get the goods ... [Read More...]

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Healthy Recipes

Bistro Beef Steak with Roasted Vegetables

Making a bistro-style meal is easier than you think! It’s the simple sauce and great Canadian beef that make this sophisticated recipe so ... [Read More...]

Beef & Barley Soup

You can use Beef Simmering Steak instead of Stewing Cubes in this recipe, if you like. Trim the steak and cut into 1-inch (2.5 cm) ... [Read More...]

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