March is Nutrition Month and Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) is challenging everyone to take a 100 Meal Journey.
“Canadians consume almost 100 meals each month. If everyone just picks one small change, and practices it over the next 100 meals, we would be off to a great start,” explains Mary Ann Porter, Manager of Nutrition and Food Services, TBRHSC. “Eating well can make us feel better, but sometimes it can be overwhelming to change everything all at once. For Nutrition Month, we’re recommending that people make small, healthy changes to how they eat to help them stick with it and create better habits.”
The following nutritional tips are provided by the Dietitians of Canada and are endorsed by the nutrition experts at TBRHSC. They will help you make changes and set goals to succeed in your 100 meal journey: