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Label Reading-10 Ingredients to Avoid

September is my month I decided to post helpful information regarding little changes and big changes with Eating and Cooking clean. All the articles that I am posting are very helpful and simple. 1,269 more words

Eat & Cook Clean

Talking to Myself in the Grocery Store

When it comes to genetic modification, I’m a case-by-case girl.  No, I see absolutely no reason to put flounder genes in potatoes or other cross-species splicing projects.  1,131 more words

Food Culture

Label Reading Tips to Be Well Gluten Free

Please welcome to Be Well Gluten Free a new guest blogger and newly qualified Accredited Dietitian, Joanna Baker, who has coeliac disease herself.

After years working as a nurse in the acute setting, Joanna is intensely aware of the impact of lifestyle choices on health and quality of life. 1,183 more words

Gluten Free

SALT: Why it would be healthier for you to throw it over your shoulder

It’s been a while, but I’m back with a new one. Salt is a staple of good health and has been used since time began. Table salt, or sodium chloride (the actual name for it), is largely used as an industrial product. 100 more words


What's Clean from Costco (A LOT)




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A Few Notes

Costco carries a lot of organic items that you will not see on this list such as organic cane sugar and organic vodka. 167 more words


A Round of Applause for Loblaw's

Have you seen the latest Loblaw’s commercial? It features CEO, Mr. Galen Weston, Jr. walking through one of the grocery stores explaining their new program: … 347 more words

Consumer Awareness

Mythbusting Monday: No Salt at the table is enough

Myth: Avoiding adding salt at the table is the best way to reduce my sodium intake.

Reality: Sodium intake from salt added at the table is only 5% of the average Canadian’s sodium intake. 299 more words

5/15 Rule