Category Archives: Recipes

Take Control of Cancer in April

By Emily Fitzgerald, MScFN,RD on April 7 / 2016

[ Nutrition, Recipes ]

April is an exciting month to take control of cancer for several reasons: It is National Cancer Control Month April 7th is World Health Day…

Does Sugar Feed Cancer?

By Emily Fitzgerald, MScFN,RD on February 25 / 2016

[ Cancer, Families, Nutrition, Recipes ]

Does sugar feed cancer? This is one of the most common questions in the world of nutrition and oncology. The short answer to this question is no,…

antioxidant rich beet and pomegranate salad

Antioxidants to Your Rescue!

By Emily Fitzgerald, MScFN,RD on January 27 / 2016

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Families, Nutrition, Recipes ]

You may have heard the term antioxidant and if so, you most likely heard it in the same sentence as cancer prevention. But, how do antioxidants really…

Holiday Eats

By Emily Fitzgerald, MScFN,RD on December 15 / 2015

[ Families, Nutrition, Recipes ]

The holidays – the most wonderful (and difficult) time of the year! No matter how hard you may try, you will find yourself surrounded by sweets…

Power Foods for Families On-The-Go

By Patricia Jean-Vézina on September 8 / 2015

[ Families, Nutrition, Recipes ]

It’s that time of year again! With the end of summer comes the end of holidays and getaways – and a return to the hectic everyday schedule…

What’s for Breakfast? (and snack and lunch)

By Patricia Jean-Vézina on May 21 / 2015

[ Nutrition, Recipes ]

Breakfast. The ever elusive meal. The most important meal of the day. The one that needs the best balance. The one with low/no sugar. The…

Busting a Move for Breast Health

By Linda Eagen on April 10 / 2015

[ Cancer, Events, News, Nutrition, Recipes ]

WOW! What an incredible day! It was my absolute pleasure to get on the floor with our Bust a Move participants on Saturday, March 28 and I…

Maybe Maple?

By Patricia Jean-Vézina on March 3 / 2015

[ Nutrition, Recipes ]

So often you hear “stay away from sugar”! And it’s true – to a certain extent and unavoidable at times. I think blanket statements are…