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Healthy Holidays: Avoid Extra Pounds With These Tips

Harper Government Announces Enhancements to Maintain Healthy and Safe Food for Canadians

When you eat more calories than you need, it becomes fat." For Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, it's OK to have your favorites, but on a smaller plate accompanied with unsweetened beverages, deShazo recommended. The Southern Remedy Healthy Eating Plate guidelines are useful for those willing to avoid foods and drinks high in sugar, salt and fat. A healthy plate includes these food categories: protein, fruit, grain, starchy vegetable and dairy. The average person at a normal weight only needs 1,800 to 2,000 calories a day. For children, make half the plate fruit and vegetables and the other half whole grains.
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santa scale.jpg "Protecting the health of Canadians requires the Government's commitment to regulating what's allowed in our food, how it's labelled, as well as monitoring and reporting on the safety of the food supply." Under this new Framework, Minister Ambrose along with the Honourable Dave Rodney, Assistant Minister of Wellness for Alberta, announced the expansion of FoodNet Canada to include a new surveillance site in Calgary and Central Alberta. "Alberta is very pleased to host this new site in Canada that will improve our food safety surveillance systems and help prevent illnesses, improving the overall wellness of Canadians," said Minister Rodney. FoodNet Canada is made up of three surveillance sites located across the country. In addition to the new site in Alberta, there is one in the Region of Waterloo, Ontario and the Fraser Region in British Columbia. They each collect detailed information about food-borne illness, commonly known as food-poisoning, in Canadians and trace those illnesses back to their sources, such as food, water and animals.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/11/15/idUSnCCN9f4m3K+1c1+MKW20131115

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