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Press Release: Food-Ray Mobile to be a game changer for children's diet and health choices!

In our age of mass production and fast food choices, health care consciousness becomes the new growing trend and Food-Ray is positioned to help. Continue reading

Canadian Study links life-expectancy to nutrition

Postdoctoral fellow Fei Men and Prof. Valerie Tarasuk at the University of Toronto's Department of Nutritional Sciences and colleagues used data from the Canadian Community Health Survey. It collects health information on half a million Canadian adults. Continue reading

Plant-based diet for children: how-to

The number of vegans, vegetarians and “flexitarians” — people consciously eating less meat — is on the rise in Canada, now totalling around 6.5 million people, a group roughly the same size as the population of the Greater Toronto Area. Continue reading

Babies and toddlers found to exceed daily sugar intake

A recent study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics backs that up. It found that nearly 61 per cent of infants (6-11 months) and 98 per cent of toddlers (12-23 months) consumed added sugars as part of an average daily diet. Continue reading

Should sugar labeling be mandatory?

n 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced a mandatory policy that the manufacturers of packaged foods and beverages must post on the product label the added sugar contained in the product. Continue reading

Vancouver Dietitians Approve Canada's New Food Guide

The guide is simple, visual and flexible. It includes positive messages such as “Eat well.  Live well.  Eat a variety of healthy foods each day. Continue reading

Canada announces new food guide

Instead of eating food from four groups, Canadians are now encouraged to follow three guidelines on: what to eat regularly, what to avoid, and the importance of cooking and preparing meals at home. Continue reading