July 2020

Month

Prepared by Shannon MacLean, R.H.N., C.H.N.C., BA-IR  Be Specific Using child-centric nutrition phrases has been studied to increase kids’ openness to trying new foods. Phrases such as: “vegetables keep you from getting sick”, “protein helps you learn”, “fish makes us smarter”, “eggs will make you grow stronger”, and (especially effective for aspiring superheroes), “this grass-fed...
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Prepared by Paulette Millis, R.H.N. | healingwithnutrition.ca Dry and/or scaly skin is the sign of essential fatty acid deficiency.  The skin’s outermost layer is composed of cell membranes and protein, and the cell membranes are dependent on good fats.   A healthy child has lustrous skin and hair.  Hair is really an appendage of the skin,...
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by C. Hickey, R.H.N. As a student of CSNN that works almost full-time hours outside of class, I truly value the importance of effective studying. I absolutely love staying busy and I really value filling my time with activities that align with my core values, but it is easy to become overwhelmed with work, school...
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