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Eat, Read, Learn!

The links below do not necessarily reflect the ideas/beliefs of the DNNS. They are topics of interest to dietitians who work with the public and want to learn more.

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Have you checked out the 10 featured recipes for Nutrition Month 2019? They come from DC’s app, Cookspiration. I’ve been really into Buddha bowls, loving these easy, layered dishes, especially the visual appeal of the bright fresh veggies, whole grains and healthy protein. I can’t wait to try this Asian Sesame Chicken Chopped Salad!


Wanting to catch up on all the latest nutrition and heart health research? Until March 15th, Elsevier and other editors are providing free online access to several nutrition and heart health journal articles. Put down your latest Netflix series and fill up on this hot-off-the-press research!

Also, thanks to DC’s Diabetes Obesity & Cardiovascular (DOC) network for this recent piece on the environmental and health impact of palm oil as replacement for trans fats.


Do you work with clients who fast during Ramadan and other religious celebrations? How do you deal with fasting and clients with medical conditions? Get answers to these questions and more during this free webinar, via the Canadian Nutrition Society, on March 5th.

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