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Choose It or Lose It: Condiments

What we top off and dip our food with can give us as much fat and calories as our main meals, not to mention are often loaded with sugar and salt. Check out my latest ...

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Good & Bad Fats on BT

Is fat good or bad for you? The low fat craze drastically reduced all fat in our diets – saturated and unsaturated. We’ve heard that saturated fat raises LDLs, the bad cholesterol, and lowers HDLs, the good cholesterol. It’s associated ...

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Super Seeds on BT

It seems seeds are everywhere these days, but there’s lots of confusion on how to use them and how they are healthy – find out everything you need to know about the most common super seeds here on Breakfast Television! ...

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Breakfast Television: To Juice or Not to Juice?

Juice bars seem to be popping up everywhere, but are all juices created equally? From organic & cold-pressed to the supermarket shelves, I break down what you need to know about juicing on Breakfast Television here.

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Breakfast Television: Avoid the Freshman 15

Going off to university/college for the first time is a huge adjustment. Help your teen make healthy choices when faced with dining hall & dorm room dishes! Watch the segments on Breakfast Television here.

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Breakfast Television: BBQ 101 with Rose Reisman

Think you know all the tips and tricks for grilling up the best meals on the BBQ? Check out Rose’s tips on how to be the ulitmate grillmaster, from the healthiest cuts of meats to how to properly marinade!   ...

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Breakfast Breakdown: Choose It and Lose It Fast Food Breakfasts with Rose Reisman

Breakfast is the most important meal of day – it’s important for our blood sugar levels and to maintain focus throughout the day. A good breakfast includes fibre and lean protein, not excess fat,  saturated fat, sodium or sugar. Most ...

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Sugar Shock-The Lowdown on Sugar and Sweeteners on Breakfast Television

Sugar,  Substitutes and HFCS: What’s Healthier?   Average person consume 130 lb sugar yearly  =  10 lb per month Daily =  30 tsp vs 8 tsp recommended   Typical sugar amounts:     Beverages: Movie theatre cola = 35 tsp ...

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Choose It and Lose It Vegetarian Dishes

Vegetarianism is a common diet these days with approximately  4% of population or 1.5 million going meatless. There are many different reasons why people choose to eat this way:– environmental, health, animal rights. A vegetarian diet can lower risk of ...

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