Speak directly to a Registered Dietitian to get answers to your nutrition and healthy eating questions. This service is free to everybody who lives in Ontario. Call toll-free:
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Phone lines are open 9am-5pm ET Monday to Friday. Evening hours Tuesday and Thursday to 9pm ET.
Food Portions Toolkit
My Menu Planner
Tips for heart disease prevention and heart health.
Are you trying to eat less fat, less sodium or more vegetables? With the right tools, you can! Here are ten must-have kitchen tools that make heart healthy eating easier than ever.
Get ready to eat better one day at a time! Our 28 cooking tips for Heart Month will help you cook with less fat, more vegetables and fruit, less sodium, more whole grains, and more fibre. The recipe ideas are delicious and easy to make too!
Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) is an eating plan that can help prevent or treat high blood pressure. Read on to learn how you can follow the DASH eating plan.
The best way to tell if your health is at risk is to measure your waist. Waist measurements are easy to do and may be a better predictor of your health risk than the Body Mass Index (BMI).
What can be better on a cool morning or before a long bike ride than a hearty bowl of oatmeal? Oats have many health benefits. Here we’ll explain why you should make oats your breakfast more often.
Sample meal plan for feeding your preschooler (ages 3 to 5)
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