The Sweet Story on Sugar
Much attention has been focused on health risks associated with Canadian diets for many years and after a heightened attention about sodium and salt intake, the next bandwagon coming to the forefront appears to be sugar. Why is sugar becoming the next ‘naughty’ ingredient? Read the article to learn more.
Protecting Nurse Well-Being in the Face of Burnout and Moral Distress
Nurses working in long term care have demonstrated extreme resilience throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. They have been able to adapt quickly and successfully navigate through this complex and rapidly changing work environment. There has been a substantial amount of professional growth and a deep sense of accomplishment. They have been steadfast in providing compassion and support to colleagues, staff, residents, and families.
Food for Thought: Nutrition for the Aging Brain
Tuesday, September 21, 2021 is World Alzheimer’s Day. To recognize this day and to help create awareness Maria Ricupero, RD shares her insights into the aging brain and the importance of healthy nutrition to help those affected by Alzheimer’s disease as well as caregivers who support them.
Water Water Everywhere!
It is no surprise, but water is still the most popular non-alcoholic beverage in the world and is North America’s most requested drink. So how does something so abundantly available out of every tap become one of the top revenue opportunities for us? The water industry continues to grow, and while proponents of single plastic and other interest groups touting environmental concerns have triggered more attention to the category, sales of this clear gold continue to increase.
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