5 to 10 a Day!
Find recipes, tips and information on how to include more vegetables and fruit in your day.
Anaphylaxis Canada provides information and support to people with anaphylaxis, consults with industry and organizations to develop policies, raises public awareness about anaphylaxis and conducts research into treatment and prevention. Become a member to receive news bulletins, food warnings, product recall notices and a quarterly newsletter highlighting the latest information about anaphylaxis.
Canada's Food Guide
Get your copy of Canada's guide to eating healthy plus you'll find information on the website about Food Guide Servings and more.
Canadian Celiac Association
The Canadian Celiac Association provides services and support to people with celiac disease through awareness, advocacy, education and research. The website contains articles, research papers and links related to living with celiac disease, as well as information on eating a gluten-free diet.
Canadian Diabetes Association
Great information and resources on preventing diabetes through food, as well as specific topics such as carbohydrate counting, sugars and sweeteners and the Glycemic Index.
Dietitians of Canada
Dietitians of Canada is the nation-wide voice of dietitians - the most trusted source of information on food and nutrition for Canadians.
Eat Well, Play Well
Practical resources and strategies to help teachers, health professionals and parents create environments that foster healthy eating and active living in school age children and youth.
Track your day's food and activity choices and compares them to Health Canada's guidelines.
Healthy Eating is in Store for You
Learn to make healthy food choices through using the information on Nutrition Facts labels on foods at the grocery store. Play the Virtual Grocery Store game!
Heart and Stroke Foundation
Resources, recipes and information on making heart healthy food choices that will help lower your risk of heart disease and stroke.
My Food Guide
Personalize your own version of Canada's Food Guide. Also available in Arabic, Chinese (traditional or simplified), Farsi, Korean, Russian, Punjabi, Spanish, Tagalog, Tamil or Urdu.
Play these games to test your nutrition knowledge!
One Day @ a Time
Do you find yourself too busy to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle? Are you looking for ways to improve your eating habits for you and your family? "One Day @ a Time" takes you through 9 daily scenarios that you may experience. Have a coffee break or stop off at the gym. No matter where you go, you are sure to pick up some tips and suggestions on how you can improve your food choices and health even if you have a hectic schedule. You can also find some tasty and easy recipes that are sure to come in handy.
Find out which nutrients are in your favourite recipes and how many Food Guide Servings it provides. You'll also find tips for substituting ingredients to make your recipes healthier (e.g. lower in calories, fat, sugar or salt). Compare the nutrients in your new recipe to the original to see the difference.
A website for kids living with anaphylaxis, Safe4Kids has games, art work, stories and recipes for kids 3-13+ years old. A section for schools also provides information, a sample policy and lesson plans for teachers from kindergarten to Grade 10+.