It’s no secret that shopping for fruits and vegetables in the frozen aisle can significantly lower your grocery bill. And the frozen stuff is good for you. Read the full article here: https://globalnews.ca/news/3966054/frozen-fresh-vegetables-fruits/
A pilot program led by the University of Guelph aims to tackle the issue of food waste locally by educating residents on how best to shop for groceries, prepare meals and store food. Read the full article here: https://www.guelphmercury.com/news-story/9752003-u-of-guelph-to-run-pilot-project-to-tackle-food-waste-concerns/
A recent study found that kids’ screen use is intricately linked to the screen habits modeled by their parents.
The Guelph Family Health Study has received a $1.5-million gift from The Helderleigh Foundation to promote food literacy and help raise a healthier generation less prone to chronic disease.
Research suggests cooking can help your child establish healthy habits. As nutrition researchers and dietitians, we can offer you many good reasons for engaging kids in the kitchen.
Bonnie Stern is one of Canada’s most popular food personalities. She has studied and taught cooking around the world, authored 12 bestselling cookbooks, hosted three national cooking shows, and appears regularly on various television and radio shows across Canada.
Whether a preschooler has a sweet tooth, is partial to snacks rich in fat, or has an aversion to bitter vegetables like broccoli could be linked to genetics, researchers suggest.
If you are a mom who’s struggling to feed a picky eater, it might be time for Dad to intervene.
Elie Chamoun, a PhD Candidate working with the GFHS, was interviewed in french by Radio-Canada host Patricia Sauzede-Bilodeau about the role that fathers play in their children’s dietary intake, physical activity and weight.
Research shows that the average Canadian household generates about three kilograms (or almost six pounds) of avoidable food waste per week. While the statistics are concerning, the good news is that families can take simple steps to prevent food waste. Read our top four tips for preventing household food waste.
The Guelph Family Health Study has released a cookbook called Rock What You’ve Got: Recipes for Preventing Food Waste. The new, free cookbook is aimed at helping people curb the amount of food they throw in the garbage. Read the full article here: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/kitchener-waterloo/food-waste-cookbook-university-guelph-1.5300027
Meal-kit companies offer consumers a menu of ready-to-prepare dishes that are typically marketed as easy to make, healthy and delicious.