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The Big Fat Surprise author Nina Teicholz says fear of fat has cost us our waistlines
Author Nina Teicholz's The Big Fat Surprise is turning 80 years of nutrition research on its head by suggesting a low-fat, high-carb diet is a...
Mar 22, 2015 | Add Comment | OurWindsor.Ca

The Big Fat Surprise author Nina Teicholz says fear of fat has cost us our waistlines

Michele Henry

The author of a new book explains how our fear of fat has made us gain weight

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Canada approves non-browning Arctic apples

Canada approves non-browning Arctic apples

A month after U.S. authorities approved two varieties of the world’s first genetically modified Arctic apple, Canada has done...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Michele Henry
Health | Feb 25, 2015
Dundas authors Reble and Staudinger juice their way to Amazon bestseller lists

Dundas authors Reble and Staudinger juice their way to Amazon bestseller lists

A 40-day juice cleanse last June has led to a number-one spot on multiple international Amazon bestseller lists for Rebecca...

InsideHalton.com | by Deb Downey
Food | Feb 14, 2015
United States OKs Canadian grown non-browning GMO apples

United States OKs Canadian grown non-browning GMO apples

Okanagan Specialty Fruits two genetically modified apples — Arctic Golden and Arctic Granny — are deregulated by the United...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Michele Henry
Food | Feb 06, 2015
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Is corn smut Canada’s new truffle?

Mexicans have long loved huitlacoche, a mushroom-like fungus that randomly infects corn. At Trent University, researchers are...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Jennifer Bain
Food | Jan 26, 2015
Double Down Dog: Would you eat KFC's hybrid sandwich?

Double Down Dog: Would you eat KFC's hybrid sandwich?

Social media is buzzing about the hot dog wrapped in fried chicken — so far made available only in the Philippines

OurWindsor.Ca | by Lauren Pelley
News | Jan 26, 2015
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Aquaponics turn suburban industrial park into farmland: Hume

MISSISSAUGA — The future has arrived; it’s unfolding now in Unit 7 at a nondescript industrial complex just north of Pearson...

Mississauga News | by Christopher Hume
Jan 14, 2015

Nickel Brook proves bourbon and beer belong together

Nickel Brook Brewing has aged a strong, rich stout in bourbon barrels

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Josh Rubin
Nov 13, 2014

Mississauga chefs off to Culinary World Cup

MISSISSAUGA — Mississauga chefs Tony Fernandes and Chaminda Palihawadana are jumping from the proverbial frying pan into the...

Mississauga News | Add Comment | by Joseph Chin
Nov 10, 2014

Stoney Ridge uncorks the Tragically Hip

Iconic rockers team up with Vineland winery to launch limited release wine

Grimsby Lincoln News | Add Comment | by Melinda Cheevers
Oct 21, 2014

Jennifer Bain wins Taste Canada award for Toronto Star Cookbook

The 17th annual Food Writing Awards also honoured The Stop, Gastro Grilling and The Flavour Principle

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Michele Henry
Oct 15, 2014

Apple cider pressed the old-fashioned way

Like a growing number of farmers, Ian Alexander uses traditional methods to make non-alcoholic apple cider, a quick seller at...

Norfolk News | Add Comment | by Michele Henry
Oct 03, 2014

Cooking from the Taste Canada nominees for best single-subject cookbook

The Taste Canada awards celebrate our best cookbooks. Here's a recipe from each of the three finalists in the single-subject...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Jennifer Bain
Oct 01, 2014

Controversial beer Delirium Tremens finally on Ontario shelves

A tasty Belgian ale with a name that has drawn plenty of criticism arrives at The Beer Store

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Josh Rubin
Sep 29, 2014

Green and all-natural highlighted at annual food fest

Major grocery industry convention ends Tuesday at Metro Convention Centre

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Lisa Wright
Sep 25, 2014

Young farmer hopes to woo edamame lovers with Ontario-grown alternative

Jacob MacKellar is a young, farmer with a passion for Ontario-grown edamame

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Jennifer Bain
Sep 08, 2014

Communal farm reaps good karma along with crops

BRAMPTON — Gagan Singh Batth and Jaskaran Singh Sandhu believe they can grow karma by growing crops for those in need of...

Caledon Enterprise | Add Comment | by Nicholas Keung

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