The United Nations is marking 2021 as the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables, spotlighting their vital role in human nutrition and food security, as well as urging efforts to improve sustainable production and reduce waste.
According to “Canada’s Food Price Report 2021” published last December, the average Canadian family of four (2 adults and 2 kids) will pay up to an extra $695 for food this year, as the pandemic and climate change drive up grocery bills to the highest increase ever predicted by an annual food price report. The average family will pay a $13,907 grocery bill in 2021.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), also known as Stein-Leventhal syndrome, is the most common hormonal disease in women of childbearing age. It affects 1 in 10 women and is the leading cause of female infertility, in addition to being associated with metabolic and cardiovascular complications.
A high intake in fiber from a variety of sources can help prevent a lot of health issues. However, did you know that the majority of people consume only half of the recommended fiber intake? Read this article to find out how you can optimize your fiber intake!
“At my age, it’s too late to get in shape!”
“Oh! But I’m way too old to start this activity!”
“This sport is for young people!”
How many times have I heard phrases similar to these in my career so far. Being too old is a popular excuse among adults, which is much more a mental barrier than a physical one.
Good news! Whether you’re active or sedentary, it is never too late to start a new physical or sports activity. You’ll get a lot of benefits starting from your very first session!