If you have travelled across town for the purpose of going to a specific artisanal market or a restaurant you read about, you are engaging in food tourism. The food tourism industry rebuilds communities, preserves cultures, educates travellers and inspires creativity.
Every year we get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holidays, planning parties and dinners, buying gifts, and losing all sense of self-care that we may have established beforehand. Here are five ways to create a healthy and happy holiday.
Tiffany shares five tips and advice on how to survive this holiday season in a healthy, sustainable manner.
A call back in the fall of 2006 asking Sarah Ingram if she'd like to share her passion about fitness and educating people about how to be their healthiest self. Now 11 years later, she writes her 133rd column, and her last.
The role food plays in celebration is deeply rooted. It is a reward for an accomplishment, an expression of love, and an important cultural custom that instills tradition. Sometimes, having sufficient food and loving people to share it with is the cause for celebration.
Feeling down lately? You may not be depressed just perhaps in a slump. Professional nutritionist Tiffany helps you feel more energized and joyful.
With colourful leaves comes the inevitable cold and flu season. Though your immune system can use a boost at any time of year, this is a great time to consider a more intense recharge to arm yourself with your best defence against this year’s bugs. Here are some tips to get your immune system fired up:
“Rest is a weapon” is the mantra of Jason Bourne and people who “go hard” often end up recovering from overuse injury or struggling with plateaus, stress, poor sleep, poor nutrition, and bad exercise habits. AKA burnout.
In Canada, most of us are lucky enough to have food to eat each day, a bed to sleep in and loved ones who bring us joy. Yet somehow, through cultural and societal conditioning, we’ve come to favour the negative aspects of our lives and what we feel we’re doing wrong.
The summer was amazing and as we transition into winter, now is the time to start prepping for the ski season. If you have never done this before, it is an absolute game changer and well worth the effort! Here are five tips to get you going.
A mom of three school-aged children who works full time knows what a nutritious lunch might look like, but she isn’t sure how to make it affordable, timely and find options that actually get consumed by her picky eaters.
With the kids heading back to school and the schedules reappearing, it is also a great time for a family fitness challenge.
We live in a complicated time when advancements in technology are occurring at lightning speed, and most of us have to keep up with the new developments to stay current in our jobs, in managing our exposure to and interaction with the me
Quick and to the point – summer workouts truly allow you to be fit to play and do whatever you want, whenever you can. It also helps you to feel good, which is another by product of “good-sore” weekday muscles that help you stand straighter and re-balance the body for the coming weekend adventure.
As we make an effort to unplug and remove ourselves from the increasing technology we have at our fingertips, have we considered how these may be affecting our relationship with food?