We all know fruits and vegetables are good for us. For the estimated 87 per cent of Canadian women who will resolve to eat healthier in 2016, adding wholesome snacks like fruit, vegetables and yogurt can be the perfect solution to stay on track and avoid the temptations that can derail a diet.
Most of us don't exercise enough but the good news is that experts agree you only need 20 minutes each day to achieve long-term fitness success. According to the Canadian Health Measures Survey, only 20 per cent of Canadians are getting the recommended 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity each week. Doing so provides many benefits, including better heart health, reduced risk of early mortality, improved mental health, and reduction in certain types of cancer.
Feeling overwhelmed with nutrition tips and advice? Learn how to eat better with tips from Theresa Albert, nutritional consultant and author of Ace Your Health. With over 25 years of experience, Theresa has learned what works, and what doesn't.
Probiotics are often called “good” or “helpful” bacteria because they aid in keeping your gut healthy. Probiotic supplements can be a great way to keep your digestive system happy but with the growing number of products on the market it can be difficult to choose one that best suits your individual needs.
(NC) For many Canadian families back-to-school season is the time to organize our thoughts and lives. Clarity and preparation starts at home as a clean and organized home sets the tone for everything we do. One common item many families will come across when fall cleaning their home is old cell phones. While used cell phones are extremely common and are gathering dust in drawers across Canada, many of us do not know how to properly dispose of them.
(NC) Old cell phones are an item almost all Canadians have come across when cleaning their home. The challenge of knowing how and where to dispose of old cell phones often results in individuals simply discarding them or putting them back in a drawer to be dealt with at a later time. Recycle My Cell, Canada's free cell phone recycling program, makes it easy to dispose of your old wireless devices responsibly.
• The program recovered 865,418 wireless devices in 2014.
• 5,748,009 wireless devices have been recovered since 2005.