Eating Well

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  • Substitutes to the rescue

    Substitutes to the rescue

    By Stéphanie Côté October 11th, 2011 5 stars (2)

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  • Hot breakfast cereals

    Hot breakfast cereals

    By Hélène Laurendeau August 8th, 2010 5 stars (15)

    When cold weather arrives, there’s nothing better than a steaming bowl of oatmeal to start the day right. And while some people prefer to stick with traditional fare, others like to explore the globe’s many varieties of hot cereal.

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  • Three cheers for fresh cheese

    Three cheers for fresh cheese

    By Hélène Laurendeau August 8th, 2010 5 stars (2)

    Fresh ans tasty unripened cheeses are ideal for many everyday recipes. Not only will your taste buds be delighted, your body will thank you, too.

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  • Ten winning foods

    Ten winning foods

    By Hélène Laurendeau May 8th, 2011 5 stars (5)

    Less fat, less cholesterol, less salt, less calories... there's not just "less," there's also "more"... Here are 10 foods to add to your menu to promote heart health!

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  • The real nature of yogurt

    The real nature of yogurt

    By Stéphanie Côté January 16th, 2011 5 stars (2)

    A common choice for breakfast, dessert or a snack, yogurt has many health benefits. However, some also contain unnecessary ingredients. Do you know what’s in the yogurt you buy?

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  • Lunches, energetic afternoons

    Lunches, energetic afternoons

    By Hélène Laurendeau March 12th, 2012 5 stars (2)

    Call me a masochist but I love making lunch. Whether it’s a simple brown bag for one or an elaborate country picnic for ten, there’s nothing like a good lunch—and no letdown like a boring one!

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  • Make tomato sauce the Italian way... in 3 steps!

    Make tomato sauce the Italian way... in 3 steps!

    By Ricardo September 8th, 2009 5 stars (4)

    The idea seems too complicated to you? Fine, it’s true it can’t be done in 15 minutes, so why not plan a wonderful day of cooking outside? Set yourself up at the garden table, a glass of red nearby, for an activity that you can share with friends. If you have a gas burner to boil corn (also easily found at a rental outlet), you can do the whole process outside and leave the kitchen mess-free.

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  • Food for diabetics

    Food for diabetics

    By Hélène Laurendeau April 27th, 2010 5 stars (3)

    Formerly known as adult-onset diabetes, type 2 diabetes affects more and more people at a younger age, partly due to an increase in childhood obesity. Eating takes on a whole new meaning for these people.

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  • No need for breakfast? Wake up!

    No need for breakfast? Wake up!

    By Hélène Laurendeau August 8th, 2010 5 stars (5)

    This important meal can be prepared in less than five minutes, eaten on the run if required and results in several hours of productivity.

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  • Cut the fat!

    Cut the fat!

    By Hélène Laurendeau August 8th, 2010 5 stars (5)

    After the holidays, any resolution is worthwhile to reduce your fat consumption. We offer some ideas on how to cut fat from your diet, whether you simply want to shed some pounds or gain more control over your health.

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