Flavour of the Week

TGIF


  • Bisphenol A continues to be a problem in Canada. A recent report found that 95% of Canadians between the ages of 3 and 79 years have BPA in their urine. Even more alarming is the fact that the youngest age groups; children 3-5 and 6-11 years had the highest average concentration.

    BPA breaks down in the body relatively quickly so finding BPA in the urine indicates fairly recent – and we suspect chronic – exposure. For more information on BPA and what you can do to reduce your intakes check outBisphenol A: Less is More, None is Better
  • TGIFPros and Cons of the Paleo Diet. A quick analysis of the benefits and concerns with the paleo diet from Nutrition Diva. It’s so sensible we had to include it in the line up.  
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