Foods for Healthy Hair

The hair shaft is considered as an important facet of appearance. Most people desire shiny, healthy thick locks of hair, but quite a few of us have a daily struggle of dealing with dry, thinning and brittle hairs. The clinical relevance of hair and its growth impairment are many. More than 300 genetic conditions include […]

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Watching your Waist Line at Dinner Parties

Dinner Parties are a lovely way to connect and bond with family and friends over a delicious meal and a couple of drinks. It’s that once a month gathering where you take several hours off to just sit back and enjoy each other’s’ company. However, before you know it you’ve giggled your way through a […]

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HEALTHY EATING DURING HOLIDAY SEASON

As we approach the holidays, we all look forward to the celebrations with family and friends. Present time is little different with Covid-19 as our guest of the season. While following all restrictions, we can still enjoy and party with food. Now that makes everyone wonder enjoying with food? What about staying healthy? Thinking about […]

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Celiac Disease v/s Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity

In our previous article, we covered the difference between Celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out here: (https://staging.tcxperts.ca/celiac-disease-v-s-non-celiac-gluten-sensitivity/) Now that we know the difference between the two, let’s look at how to transition from gluten to a gluten free diet! Learning to recognise foods that contain gluten is […]

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Medical Nutrition Therapy For Nephrolithiasis

Kidney stones are a relatively common problem among men and women, often occurring between the ages of 20 – 50 years old. Kidney stones are deposits of minerals and salts that form a stone-like object within the kidneys, which usually happens if there is too much of a mineral present in the urine. There can […]

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Celiac disease v/s Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity

There has been a lot of controversial data in the last few years in and around gluten. Common questions asked are ,is gluten bad for me? Why should I go gluten free? Do I have gluten intolerance? This article will help you understand the difference between celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. What is Celiac […]

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KEEP YOUR DISTANCE WHEN GROCERY SHOPPING AND LIMIT TRIPS TO THE GROCERY STORE TO REDUCE THE RISK OF EXPOSURE TO CORONAVIRUS.

Use alternative options to make your groceries last longer, such as: Freezing food is one of the best ways to combat food waste and keep plenty of food on hand for an extended period of time. However, there are a few tricks and tips before freezing foods to keep in mind to ensure maximum flavor […]

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Iron

Did you know? Iron is an essential mineral that is important for healthy Immune System. There are two types of iron in food – heme and non-heme. Our bodies absorb heme iron best. Heme iron is found in animal foods such as meat, seafood, poultry and eggs. Non-heme iron is found in plant foods like […]

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Omega-3

Did you know? Omega-3 fats are healthy unsaturated fats which maintains healthy Immune System. There are three types of omega-3 fats: • ALA (alpha linoleic acid) • DHA (Docosahexanoic acid) • EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid) You need a minimum of 1.1-1.6 g/day (for adults 19 years and older). Omega-3 fats are found in: fatty fish like […]

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Vitamin A

Did you know? Vitamin A is a Fat -soluble vitamin that is stored on our liver and maintains a healthy immune system. You need a minimum of 700-900 microgram/day (for adults 19 years and older). The best sources of Vitamin A are cod liver oil, chicken liver, sweet potato, pumpkin, carrots, spinach, dried apricots and […]

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