Food and Nutrition
ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF NDs LAUNCHES NEW HEALTHCARE SERIES
(Toronto, Ontario, June 26, 2014) The Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND) invites news media and websites to publish a new, free series of columns that will discuss a range of everyday healthcare issues from a naturopathic medicine perspective.
Losing weight at work: my friends and co-workers just don't get it
May 23, 2014
Summer is on the way and it can be difficult to work towards your best beach body when surrounded by temptation
Instead of thinking of your weight loss journey as a diet, think of it as a healthy living plan.
There never seems to be a shortage of tempting goodies stationed somewhere at work. Whether it’s cupcakes, chocolate, donuts or cookies, they’re everywhere! And when you’re trying to lose weight, these sweet temptations could be your downfall.
Eating for Energy: How to Make the Most of Your Meals
Coffee or tea may give you the jolt you need to get up in the morning, but rely on it too much and it can actually have the reverse effect.
As the days grow shorter and the winter nights grow longer, it becomes harder and harder to stay energized. But by charging up with healthy fuel, you can help your body and mind keep pace and maintain peak performance. Below are a few suggestions on how to eat your way to extra energy.
Raise a glass this summer - Ontario beer drinkers pay less: Survey
As Ontarians settle into another hot Ontario summer season, beer drinkers can toast findings in a recent survey that shows the province's beer prices stack up well compared to some provincial counterparts.
The Ipsos Reid market survey compared Ontario beer prices to those found in Quebec, British Columbia and Alberta - three provinces where alternative private retailing models exist. The conclusion? Convenience store suds would come with a hefty price for Ontario beer drinkers.
Elanco Food Solutions Canada brings innovative food-safety solution to Canadian beef industry
Finalyse: the first pre-harvest hide wash for cattle now registered in Canada
Guelph (Ontario), July 9, 2013 - Today, Elanco Food Solutions Canada, a world-class leader in food safety, announced Health Canada has registered Finalyse™ for pre-harvest use on Canadian beef.
Currently registered in the U.S., Finalyse is the first pre-harvest hide wash for live animals in Canada. It is a food-safety intervention applied as a solution in the holding area before cattle enter a harvest facility.
Smart Plastic Packaging Can Reduce the Environmental and Economic Impacts of Food Waste
November 15, 2011
Toronto, ON, November 15, 2011 - Just how much food goes to waste? Some reports show that 25% of food purchased goes straight to the garbage or is discarded by restaurants and grocery stores. In fact, rich countries waste 100 million tonnes of food a year.
Plastics Make Entertaining Fun and Easy
Aug. 18, 2011
Toronto, ON, Aug. 18, 2011 - Looking to host the perfect get-together? Intelligent Plastics and style expert Sissy Biggers have teamed up to share some clever tips for using innovative plastic gadgets and tools to make the most of your next meal or celebration.
The Organic Federation of Canada is entering its fifth year of existence.
An interview with Ted Zettel, President of OFC/FBC
by Nicole Boudreau
OFC was first operational October 1 2007; four full years have passed since then. Are you happy with the evolution of OFC and the current challenges it is facing?
Robert Meijer Appointed President Canada Beef Inc.
Robert Meijer, former Director of Corporate Affairs for Cargill Limited, has been appointed President of Canada Beef Inc. effective August 1, 2011.
Brad Wildeman Elected Board Chair of Canada Beef Inc.
Following a two-day meeting held July 26 and 27, 2011, in Calgary, Alberta, the newly-formed Canada Beef Inc. (CBI) is now positioned to move forward with the business of marketing Canadian beef in the domestic and international markets.
The meeting saw the inaugural Board of Directors of CBI elect its Board Chair and Officers. Brad Wildeman, a feedlot operator from Lanigan, Saskatchewan, past President of the Canadian Cattlemen's Association and a Co-Chair of the Canada Beef Implementation Team tasked with getting CBI up and running, was elected as Board Chair.