Nutrition

An orchard of options

Student desire for healthier food options is driving Ontario universities to build better menus to tempt the taste buds of their conscious consumers.Continue...

A cleansing ritual

By the sixth hour of my first cleanse, I couldn't leave my bed.Continue...

Fat tax sets healthy standard

Denmark recently placed a tax on foods with at least 2.3 per cent saturated fat. It’s a policy that Canada should consider implementing.Continue...

Hospitality Services hires dietitian for student counselling

Even though she only started in early October, newly-registered dietitian Jessica Bertrand says she’s already found her “dream job” at Queen’s.Continue...

The realities of juicing

Google “juicing” and the great health debate of 2016 will hit your laptop.Continue...

Calorie count not enough

The Ontario government’s efforts to include nutrition data on menus is worthwhile, but encouraging healthy choices can’t stop there.Continue...

Food for thought

You are what you eat.Continue...

No limits necessary

A Manitoba mother was recently fined by her daycare for not providing her children with a “balanced” lunch. The mother thought that the lunch she packed — roast beef, potatoes, carrots, an orange and milk — was healthy and sufficient.Continue...