Nutrition Month

Nutrition Month is celebrated every March by Dietitians of Canada. In celebration of healthy eating, dietitians organize events and develop resources that help educate Canadians about healthy eating.  



 
  • Nutrition Month 2017 Factsheets

    These five fact sheets feature the examples for the 2017 Nutrition Month campaign. Use them for counselling sessions, presentations, food demos or workshops.

    Posted: Jan 17, 2017
  • Take the Fight out of Food – Food Fads

    There is so much nutrition information available many people don’t know what to believe. It’s important to separate food facts from fiction.

    Posted: Jan 17, 2017
  • Take the Fight out of Food – Digestive Woes

    Many people fight with gas. It’s important to learn what is normal, what isn’t and how it can be managed.

    Posted: Jan 17, 2017
  • Take the Fight out of Food – Picky Eating

    Many families face the common struggle of wanting to make family meals that everyone will enjoy. Parents and children have different jobs at mealtime.

    Posted: Jan 17, 2017
  • Take the Fight out of Food – Eating and Stress

    Some people turn to food to ease stress, which is called emotional eating. This cycle spirals into eating too much of the wrong foods, leaving you feeling worse. Available in English, French, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.

    Posted: Jan 17, 2017
  • Take the Fight out of Food – Managing a Condition (e.g. diabetes)

    Many people are looking for tips to ease their daily food struggles. Figuring out the best foods to buy, prepare, serve and eat can be overwhelming. Available in English, French, Traditional Chinese and Simplied Chinese.

    Posted: Jan 17, 2017

Other resources

 
  • Nutrition Month

    Information about Dietitians of Canada’s Nutrition Month campaign