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There's a long list of health benefits from hiking. Learn how it's good for you.

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Try these back-to-school lunch recipes that will leave your kids smiling.

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Some of the best memories of summer are those warm evenings spent on the patio with good food and good friends. With summer just around the corner, many of us are getting ready to fire up our barbeques. Why not add some meatless grilling to your repertoire this summer?

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Plant-based meat alternatives can be a delicious and nutritious option for anyone! Learn more about ways to incorporate tofu and tempeh into your meals.

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Canada’s Food Guide recommends plant-based protein foods more often. What does this mean for plant-based beverages?

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Healthy Families BC | Helping BC Familie.. by Healthyfamilies Bc - 4M ago
Measles is a serious and contagious disease. Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself and others too.
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Canada’s new Food Guide recommends limiting foods high in sodium, free sugars, and saturated fat. Here’s a look at why and how.

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This blog post is the first in a series of four posts about Canada’s new Food Guide, which was released by Health Canada on January 22. Check back here each Tuesday for more information on our new dietary guidelines.

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The flu season starts in fall and continues through winter into early spring. Seniors, young children and those with weak immune systems are most at risk. Follow these steps to protect yourself and those around you.

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