Carbohydrates for Athletes

Carbohydrates for Athletes

It is an important goal for all athletes to provide their bodies with appropriate fuels to maintain and enhance their performance. Carbohydrates are a major source for the athlete.

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Eat Better

Eat Better

Eat Better, Feel Better, Focus Better. Study Naturally -The balanced way to increase your GPA

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From Preconception to Early Childhood

From Preconception to Early Childhood

Nutrition and Health Resources

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Healthy Vegetarian Eating on Campus

Healthy Vegetarian Eating on Campus

Variety is extremely important not only for vegetarian diets but any diet.

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Making Healthier Food Choices

Making Healthier Food Choices

Read nutrition facts labels and follow healthy eating tips from “Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide".

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Nutrition for Newcomers to Saskatoon

Nutrition for Newcomers to Saskatoon

Your guide to Saskatoon Grocery Shopping.

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Protein supplements: Dispelling the myths

Protein supplements: Dispelling the myths

Protein supplements are not necessary if you are consuming a variety of food and including good sources of protein. If you want to build or maintain muscle for health, engaging in resistance activities that you enjoy and getting the nutrients you need from food is your best bet.

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Sugar and Artificial Sweeteners: Myths, Facts and Information

Sugar and Artificial Sweeteners: Myths, Facts and Information

Sugar: we love it. We put it in our coffee and on our cereal. We all know those sugar-loaded beverages that are high in added sugar, but what about the hidden sugar that is added to foods? Granola bars, yogurt, muffins, and fruit drinks are just a few examples of products that often have added sugar. Here is a little help deciphering the truth among the myriad of opinions and information about sugar and artificial sweeteners.

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What is / What is not Normal Eating?

What is / What is not Normal Eating?

Is it a diet or is it normal eating? It’s hard not to think about dieting when there seems to be so much pressure from so many different sources that promote dieting. These pressures can make it really hard on us to accept our own body size and shape. Some of these diets even promote the idea that it is just a healthy way to eat. This can start to make people believe that dieting is the same as normal, healthy eating – but it’s not. Normal eating is flexible. It varies in response to your hunger, your schedule, and your feelings. Use this normal eating checklist to reflect on your own eating habits!

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