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A girl refusing to eat her vegetables with text that reads "Exploring the Link Between ADHD and Picky Eating"

Exploring the Link Between ADHD and Picky Eating

Exploring the Link Between ADHD and Picky Eating was written by Laura Ugwuoke and reviewed/edited by Rivah Goldstein MScFN, RD and Jackie Silver MHSc, RD Last updated: November 16, 2023 Do you ever find yourself being a bit picky about the foods you eat? Maybe certain textures or tastes just don’t sit right with you? You’re […]

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Air Fryer Apples: 15 Delicious Recipes to Try Today

“Air Fryer Apples: 15 Delicious Recipes to Try Today” was written by Laura Ugwuoke and reviewed/edited by Rivah Goldstein MScFN, RD and Jackie Silver MHSc, RD Last updated: October 10, 2023 Explore 15 mouthwatering recipes using air fryer apples for a fresh take on fall favorites. Discover recipes you can experiment with using your air

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Clearing the Confusion: Teenage Acne Diet Do’s and Don’ts

“Clearing the Confusion: Teenage Acne Diet Do’s and Don’ts” was written by Sophia Martella and reviewed/edited by Rivah Goldstein MScFN, RD and Jackie Silver MHSc, RD Last updated: September 7, 2023 Discover the hidden connection between teenage acne and your diet in our blog post! Learn the truth about the impact of sugar and dairy

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A Beginner’s Guide to Chair and Wheelchair Yoga

“A Beginner’s Guide to Chair and Wheelchair Yoga” was written by Bailey Gibbs and edited/reviewed by Rivah Goldstein, MScFN, RD and Jackie Silver, MHSc, RD. Please note that the terms ‘wheelchair yoga’, ‘chair yoga’, and ‘adaptive yoga’ are used interchangeably in this article.  Disclaimer: Please note that this blog post is for informational purposes only.

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Vegan vs Whey Protein: Which One Should I Choose?

“Vegan vs Whey Protein: Which One Should I Choose?” was written by Kate Hermiston BSc Hons. and reviewed/edited by Rivah Goldstein MScFN, RD and Jackie Silver MHSc, RD. Last updated: August 23, 2023 The discussion of protein powder has become increasingly popular. It can be tricky to decide whether consuming a protein powder is right

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Forget to Eat? A Guide to Mechanical Eating for Neurodivergent Adults

“Forget to Eat? A Guide to Mechanical Eating for Neurodivergent Adults” was written by Kaitlyn Wilson and edited/reviewed by Rivah Goldstein, MScFN, RD and Jackie Silver, MHSc, RD. Last updated: August 8, 2023 Have you ever gone a full day forgetting to eat? Our bodies tell us when to eat with feelings of hunger and

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10 Principles of Intuitive Eating with a Neurodivergent Twist

10 Principles of Intuitive Eating with a Neurodivergent Twist was written by Laura Ugwuoke and reviewed/edited by Rivah Goldstein MScFN, RD and Jackie Silver MHSc, RD Last updated: August 9, 2023 Eating nourishing foods is important for everyone, and intuitive eating can be a powerful tool to help people improve their relationship with food.  The

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