Fun fact: The average university student consumes between 2.1 and 5.1 servings of vegetables and fruit per day.

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Have you ever bought unripe avocados and get sick of waiting for them to ripen? Some fruits like apples and bananas produce and give off ethylene gas, which help ripen foods faster. This is why you see bananas ripen just after a few days. Next time, try putting avocados in a bag with bananas to help quicken the ripening process! ... See MoreSee Less

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Finding it hard to find time to exercise this summer? Try 10 minutes of high-intensity interval training! Research has shown that short periods of high-intensity interval training can be as effective as longer periods of moderate-intensity exercise! ... See MoreSee Less

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Are you afraid that less salt in your food will cause a decrease in flavour? Well, you can substitute with herbs and spices to keep your taste buds happy. Homemade meals contain significantly lower levels of sodium than restaurant foods, so cooking at home can be an easy way to reduce your intake as you can control how much salt is added to the food. For low sodium recipes and more information on how to reduce the sodium but keep the flavour, check out the link below!
www.eatrightontario.ca/en/Articles/Heart-Health/Recipe-Makeover-Reducing-Sodium-in-the-kitchen.as...
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