By: Carla Prado & Maira Quintanilha Within a week of being released, the video has been watched over 4K times and is being translated into 8 languages. Low muscle mass is a defining feature of malnutrition. In recent [...]
Dr. Vera Tarman, a food addictions specialist and author of the book Food Junkies, answers more of your questions in the latest installment of our popular series. Read Part 1 of Dr. Tarman's Q&A here. Q1: I convinced myself that I have a food addiction [...]
Summit Distinguished Lecturer (April 23, 2019): Carbs, Calories or Quality: What Matters Most for Weight Control?
Dr. Kevin Hall, Senior Investigator, National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD Fat makes you fat. Carbs make you fat. It’s as simple as calories in, calories out. The endless debates about putative dietary [...]
Disclaimer: Information provided in this Q&A is for informational purposes only and is not to be construed as medical advice or instruction, medical nutrition therapy or individualized nutrition counselling. The content is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease [...]
Today’s guest post comes from Leanne De Souza. Leanne completed her PhD at the University of Toronto. She is also an author, a former CON-SNP National Executive, and CON Obesity Summer School (formerly known as Boot Camp) alumni. You can find more [...]
Today’s post comes from Taniya S. Nagpal. Taniya is a PhD candidate at Western University. She is also the current Special Events Coordinator of the CON-SNP National Executive. You can find more about Taniya here! What if there was a way to prevent [...]
The Canadian Obesity Network lends access to a wide variety of clinical tools and resources, including Conversation Cards© (CCs). Developed in 2012 via a process of knowledge synthesis and qualitative data, this tool comprises a deck of 44 cards. Each card [...]