Did you start off your 2019 New Year Resolutions vowing to eat healthier, but a few days in your still a little unsure on where to start? Don’t worry we’ve got some tips for you on how to get started on those healthier eating habits.Continue reading “How to eat healthier in 2019”
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“After school I knew I wanted to use this passion and spread the message about food choices. I took on the role of Grain Discovery Zone Ambassador and spent the summer travelling around Ontario with Grain Farmers of Ontario’s interactive trailer, the Grain Discovery Zone”.
We know how hard it is to ensure you and your family are enjoying a healthy lifestyle that includes whole grains. Every Tuesday we will release a #TrainWithGrainsTip that will help you include whole grains into your healthy lifestyle.
Our tip this week:
For the past 15 weeks we’ve been showcasing ways to include whole grains into your and your families healthy lifestyles. But, changing an entire diet can be daunting at first. We’ve decided for Tip #16 to walk you through three easy steps to get started today using small and simple ways to include whole grains in your daily meals.
Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye and barley. People diagnosed with Celiac Disease or non- gluten Celiac sensitivity cannot digest the protein which can lead to gastrointestinal issues. But, can a gluten free diet be the social for everyone? What are the risks involved with a gluten free diet? CNN interviewed¬†
Shelley Case, a registered dietitian, expert on the gluten-free diet and author of “Gluten Free: The Definitive Resource Guide”¬† on how a gluten-free diet isn’t necessarily the solution for everyone.¬†