Have a healthy holiday season

‘Tis the season of family, celebration and lots of food! Temptation seems to be everywhere — chocolates at the office, your mom’s favourite pie on the counter, and so many holiday buffets. How do you stick to your diabetes meal plan while everyone around you seems to be indulging? By following some of our tips...

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Have a healthy Holiday season

Tis the season for celebration! Since many holiday gatherings are focused on food, you might find it difficult not to overindulge. Our team of Sobeys Dietitians are here to help you enjoy the season without losing sight of your health goals. It’s all about balancing fun, food and activity. What’s your party plan? Here are...

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Label Reading 101

What is the best skill you can have when navigating the grocery aisles? Label reading of course! It is so important to have this skill to be able to choose the best food choices for you and your family. There are so many products in a grocery store, with new items being added all the...

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Mindful eating

Do you ever find yourself eating for reasons other than hunger? You might eat when you are bored, tired, upset or under stress. Maybe you automatically reach for sweets after supper or snacks while in front of the TV, without ever asking yourself whether you are really hungry. These common eating pitfalls could be sabotaging...

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