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Lianne Castelino and cooking instructor Siva Swaminathan make a Tuna Wrap with a Twist. Part of Healthy Eating Tips from the Danone Institute of Canada.
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In this video in the Danone Institute of Canada and Where Parents Talk Healthy Eating Tips, Andrea Howick shows some easy and healthy after school snack ideas.
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WhereParentsTalk.com and The Danone Institute of Canada are pleased to bring you weekly Healthy Eating Tips. Back-to-school is here and parents want healthy and yummy lunch box ideas. Try this hummus-and-veggie-stuffed pita and turkey and green apple tortilla wrap.
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Dietitian Kim Arrey explains the Heart & Stroke Foundation's Health Check program to Andrea Howick

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It’s a reminder pregnant women are more than familiar with.  Eat for two, they’ve been advised for generations. However, in new guidelines released by British health experts this is no excuse for becoming overweight during pregnancy. The guidelines released by the U.K. National Institute of He...

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Most parents would have to agree, the last things our kids need is more energy especially in the form of sugary syrupy caffeinated beverages. The Canadian Medical Association Journal released an editorial Monday titled “Caffeinating” children and youth about the drastic increase in the popularity...

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The battle lines are drawn between healthy eating crusaders and industry, First Lady Michelle Obama and multinationals in the foodservice arena, all with a view to zero in on the enemy – obesity.  The marketing of food products to children, in particular products that are high in sugar, sodium, calo...
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6-year old Matt demonstrated a quick chocolate fondue with fruit recipe.
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Guest chef, 9-year old Luke makes Breakfast Fruit Stackers, an easy layering breakfast of yogurt, fruit and granola.

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By Lianne Castelino   www.whereparentstalk.com My 12-year-old son floored me last night. "Mom, I know what I want to be when I grow up. I want to be a chef." Boy those kids say the darndest things, don't they!! I stepped back and said, "Wow, that's wonderful son," as I secret...