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Promoting safe and nutritious food selection, preparation and storage practices.

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Nutrition Resource Centre

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Read our 5 2018 #NutritionMonth Blog Posts

Read our 5 2018 #NutritionMonth Blog Posts
February 7, 2018



Every year in March, Dietitians of Canada organizes "Nutrition Month" to provide information and guidance to make it easier for Canadians to choose, eat and enjoy healthy food. This year's Nutrition Month theme is "Unlock the Potential of Food".

The Nutrition Resource Centre made a call out for blog submissions, and we received five amazing submissions showcasing various food and nutrition iniatives from talented writers. Here are our 2018 Nutrition Month Blogs:


This year's Nutrition Month has five topics that explore the potential of food: 

  • Potential to fuel: Stay energized by planning nutritious snacks into your day
  • Potential to discover: Foster healthy eating habits in children by teaching them to shop and cook
  • Potential to prevent: Understand how food can help prevent chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes and heart disease
  • Potential to heal: Learn how food can promote healing and how dietitians work in health care teams to make a difference
  • Potential to bring us together: Enjoy the benefits of bringing families and friends together with food


Read more in today's "news in brief"