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Why not let the individual figure out what works best for them based on their dietary goals, demands and restrictions?
The Canada Food Guide might have been free of industry influence. But it’s just one part of the federal government’s “Healthy Eating Strategy.” There are two more battles underway as the food industry fights new labelling and advertising restrictions.
Infants at high risk of developing food allergies should be offered common allergenic foods at around age six months – but not before four months, according to new Canadian Paediatric Society guidelines.
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Best supplements for food poisoning: Food poisoning can occur if you eat something that has been contaminated with germs and symptoms can make you feel very unwell for up to week. While rest and drinking plenty of fluids can help, some experts recommend supplements as a solution to a fast recovery.
Health Canada says it will recommend ‘plain water’ over juice in the updated 2019 food guide in order to reduce sugar intake.
Many Canadians don’t have the time or the money to eat according to the Canada Food Guide’s nutrition standards. But what if all Canadian schools offered at least one nutritious meal every day? It’s an old idea with new urgency.
Canada’s Food Guide is getting its first major overhaul since 2007. The update has been in the works for years, and is set to be released in the coming months. Here’s a look at how some of the other nearly 100 countries which have food guides tackle the subject.
Health Canada has spent more than three years consulting with Canadians as it updates the brightly coloured food guide. Test versions reveal the famous four “food groups” are gone. So are the recommended number of daily servings. The Dairy Farmers of Canada have warned that the changes could hurt the dairy industry.