Nutrition

Nutrition

Bread Pudding

This cooking team barely need an introduction, do they? SPC regulars, we’ve come to expect amazing kitchen prowess, hilarity and extreme adorability from Casey and Moey (their Mom, Natalee is

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What’s So Bad About Breakfast Cereal?

What, you don’t eat cereal for lunch? I’m not sure there is another aisle in the supermarket that is as full of fatuous claims as the cereal aisle. And by

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What’s So Great About…Chocolate

If there was a food so packed with antioxidants that it could potentially help stave off cancer, heart disease and depression wouldn’t you eat it? Well guess what? For once

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What’s So Great About…Flax

Did you know that Canada is the largest producer and exporter of flax in the world? Yeah, me neither. But we are, and we also have (quite handily) The Flax

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What’s So Bad About Hydrogenated Oil

Hydrogenated oil has gotten a pretty bad rap in the last couple years and deservedly so. The culprit? Trans Fats or TFA’s. The product of  a chemical process, these little

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What’s So Bad About…Soda

You knew it was coming. Here is our latest edition of What’s So Bad About….putting soda under the microscope. It’s also Kathy Magilton’s first contribution to the column she’ll share with the

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Vitamin Week: What’s So Great About…Avocado

What isn’t great about avocado? They’re creamy and rich…and they’re fruit!  Which means the creamy and rich part is okay, right?  As it turns out, it’s not just okay, it’s

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What’s So Great About…Peanut Butter

I grew up eating Kraft Peanut Butter, breakfast, lunch and dinner. It was, I’m told, the only thing I ate for several years.  I’m sure I wasn’t the first kid

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What’s So Great About…Vitamin D?

I was all set to write my post on Vitamin D for the first day of winter (and the shortest day of the year in 372 years due to a lunar

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What’s So Bad About Food Colouring?

It would turn out that I am researching and writing this post at the precise moment that my daughter has a sky-rocketing fever and I’m pumping her so full of