Meal planning & economical eating for insanely busy people with diabetes If you are time crunched and looking for fresh new ideas that you and the whole family will love, this session is for you. Andrea’s content rich session will inspire you to move forward with clear focus in how you think about meal planning, […]
November 4th is Certified Diabetes Educator Day! At our practice this means we are sending a big THANK YOU to Registered Dietitian Deb Lounsbury on our team who is a specialty trained Certified Diabetes Educator or CDE (or as we like to call her a “diabetes guru)”. …READ MORE
In our nutrition counselling practice we see a distinct spike in women struggling with their weight for women after 40 years of age. We also see more referrals from physicians for women in perimenopause and after menopause both related to weight concerns as well as common health issues such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, …READ MORE
Exploring the most asked questions about sugar Confused about sugar? You are not alone. In our nutrition counselling practice, some of the most commonly asked questions we have had recently have been about sugar. Concerned parents, those trying to lose weight, and individuals with diabetes are seeking clarity about many aspects of sugar.
What is safe? There have been plenty of negative discussions about sugar in the media, documentary films as well as consultations by groups such as the World Health Organization and Health Canada’s recent proposed food label changes. Here are some things you need to know: