Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Curley explains how food affects mood
The old adage “You are what you eat” certainly applies when it comes to the connection between your mood and what you consume
. Originally published in Fresh Juice magazine, June 2012.
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Curley offers advice on healthy cooking oils
From canola oil to sesame oil, discover the many nutritional benefits
of 7 healthy culinary oils. Originally published in Canadian Living magazine, June 2012.<
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Curley offers tips for shaping up for summer
to shedding that winter weight involves moderation rather than severe restriction, says Nutritionist. Originally published in Best Health magazine, May 2012.
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Curley offers tips on working out in the cold weather
Fuel your workouts this winter with tips from our Nutritionist. Originally published by the Canadian Press, Dec 2011.
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Caldwell offers tips on the health benefits of tea
Find out which tea
blend is best for your needs. Originally published in Canadian Living magazine, Nov 2011.
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Caldwell offers advice on whether vegans sleep better
Eat green. Get lean. Sleep better? Well, maybe
. Originally published in the Globle and Mail, Aug 2011.
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Caldwell provides tips for healthy eating with diabetes
Gone are the bad old days when people with diabetes faced a dull, restricted, sweet-free diet. Today, they can enjoy all foods
— in moderation. Originally published in Canadian Health Magazine, March 2011.
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Caldwell offers advice on eating for energy
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Caldwell offers advice on keeping your children healthy
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Caldwell gives sports nutrition tips
A message from Nutritionist Tristaca Caldwell, an expert in sports nutrition
who is on hand to counsel athletes at the Canada Games in Halifax. Originally published in the Metro newspaper Feb, 2011.
Eating Disorder Awareness Week, Feb 6-12, 2011
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Caldwell exposes the truth about vitamin waters
Is vitamin water
good for you, or too good to be true? Ask a Nutritionist. Originally published in Flare Magazine Dec 2010.
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Caldwell gives tips on navigating the holiday season
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Caldwell gives advice for what to eat after exercising
The right post-exercise food choices can make all the difference between getting stronger and getting tired. Follow these nutrition tips for what to eat after your workout
. Originally published in Best Health Magazine, Sept 2010.
Fueling with Food dietitian Tristaca discusses a new energy ‘juice’ product from AMP on CBC’s Information Morning.
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Caldwell gives quick and easy tips for incorporating more fibre into your diet
There are plenty of nutritious and easy ways to get more fibre
into your meals, according to both Roll and Tristaca Caldwell, a professor at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, and a registered dietitian with Fueling with Food. Originally published in Best Health, Aug 2010.
Kelowna Dietitian Tristaca Caldwell offers nutrition tips for beginner runners
Ideally, says Tristaca Caldwell, a Nutritionist and owner of Fueling With Food
in Kelowna, you should wait at least an hour between when you eat and when you run, to avoid cramps. Originally published in Best Health Magazine, Summer 2010.
Fueling with Food dietitian Tristaca discusses fat-burning myth-busters
Fat and weight loss
myths uncovered. Originally published in Canadian Running Magazine, July 2010.
Fueling with Food dietitian Tristaca gives her top 3 foods that promote heart health
Fueling with Food dietitian discusses our reliance on convenience foods
When Canadians eat at home, they’re gravitating toward convenience foods
and their meals don’t have a made-from-scratch component as often as in the past, a new report suggests.
Kelowna dietitian discusses the need for vitamin C
We all need Vitamin C, but according to the dietitian
, smokers need it more than most.
Agri-foodies push Canada’s berries and flax over olive oil and red wine
Move over Mediterranean diet. The Canucks are coming for you. The FWF dietitian
Fueling with Food dietitian offers Food for thinking
Being strapped for cash is no excuse to hit Mickey Dee’s every day of the week. Eating healthy (and local) is better for your brain and your environment, and can be done on limited coin. Let the dietitian
help. Originally published in The Coast, Sept 2009.
Fueling with Food dietitian offers ideas for healthy easy lunches
Dietitians offer ideas for helping you make a healthy lunch
routine. Originally published in Chatelaine, Dec 2009.