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Makes 8 servings Preparation Time: 30 minutes | standing time: 15 minutes | chilling time: 1 hour 2 Shallots, finely chopped 2 1 English cucumber, diced 1 1 Tomato, diced 1 1 Carrot, grated 1 1 Clove garlic, minced 1 ½ Red or yellow pepper, diced ½ 1 ½ cup […]
Makes 1 to 2 servings Preparation Time: 1 minute 1 Ripe banana 1 ½ cup Low- fat plain yogurt 125 mL ½ cup water 125 mL ½ cup milk 125 mL 3 Ice cubes 3 In a blender, on high speed, blend banana, yogurt, water, milk and ice for 45 […]
Makes 6-8 servings 2 cups Quick cooking rolled oats 500 mL 2 cups Low- fat plain yogurt 500 mL 1 cup milk 250 mL 3 tbsp Granulated sugar or liquid honey 45 mL 2 Large apples, cored 2 ½ Lemon, juiced ½ 1 cup Chopped berries 250 mL In a […]
Makes 6 servings 3 Green onions 3 2 Tomatoes, coarsely chopped 3 1 can (19 oz) Lentils, drained 540 mL ¼ cup Loosely packed, chopped parsely 60 mL ½ cup Fat free Italian salad dressing 125 mL In a medium bowl, combine green onions, tomatoes, lentils and parsely. Pour dressing […]
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Menopause is a natural transition in women’s lives. Take this quiz to learn more about menopause and perimenopause.
The transition into young adulthood can be an exciting time filled with new beginnings and greater independence. But for young adults with Type 1 diabetes, the transition into this new life stage isn’t quite the same. They often require support from family, friends and their healthcare providers. Health outcomes for […]
Diabetes affects approximately five to 10 per cent of Canadians. Take this quiz to learn more about this chronic condition, and its impact on women.
Women who have used fertility therapy to add to their families need not worry about the effects of those treatments on their long-term heart health. A research study found no link between fertility treatment and excess cardiovascular risk later in life. In fact, mothers who conceived using fertility treatment had […]
Kegel exercises strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor, which support the bladder and other pelvic organs. Kegels can help treat stress urinary incontinence and help prevent it from getting worse, and can also help with urge suppression. “Used in combination with other conservative managements, they can be very effective,” […]