1. Prepare meals using fresh and simple ingredient.
2. Use oils, fats, sugar and salt in moderation.
3. Eat ready-to-eat food and drink products less often.
4. Eat with others whenever possible.
5. Develop, practice, share and enjoy your skills in food preparation and cooking.
6. When you eat out, choose restaurants that serve freshly made dishes. Avoid fast-food chains.
7. Eat more slowly and chew food well. Take about 20 minutes to eat a meal.
8. Never skip meals, especially breakfast.
9. Eat a variety of healthy foods each day.
10. Choose foods wisely. Contact me to start your journey to healthy eating.
Understanding Food Labels https://www.unlockfood.ca/en/Articles/Nutrition-Labelling/Decoding-the-Nutrition-Label.aspx
Mindful eating https://amihungry.com/
Is there a difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist?
Sometimes yes, sometimes no! Some dietitians have a job title that includes nutritionist such as community nutritionist. To be sure you are accessing the most qualified nutrition professional, look for the initials RD or PDt (DtP in French) after the dietitian's name or ask - are you a dietitian? Dietitian is a protected title across Canada, just like physician, nurse and pharmacist.
What does a dietitian do?
Dietitians translate the science of nutrition into terms you can understand. They unlock food’s potential and support healthy living for their patients, clients, and communities. A dietitian would not just hand you a diet or a list of foods not to eat and send you on your way or promote or sell you unnecessary food or supplements. Dietitians look beyond fads and gimmicks to deliver reliable, life-changing advice tailored to your objectives as well as personal needs and challenges.