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Carol Harrison
Everyday ideas to make healthy eating deliciously easy. Media Dietitian, Spokesperson. Founder ,
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Carol Harrison Jul 16
Some GTK facts: 1) 5 GMO crops are produced in 🇨🇦: canola, corn, potatoes, soybeans and sugar beets. 2)In 2016, after reviewing 900 research papers, 15 scientific associations (WHO, FAO, Health Canada and more ) found no evidence of risk to human health or the environment.
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Carol Harrison Jul 16
Check out this recipe AND take a peak at the entire resource itself - jammed with GTK info about Canadian farming practices - among the best in the world!
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Carol Harrison Jul 16
Make extra to use later in the week in a tasty frittata or chop and use as a filler in a pita or wrap-work smarter to make eating more easier!
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Carol Harrison Jul 15
Grill up an extra steak this week to make this steak and egg Cobb salad for the next night’s supper. Recipe featured in magazine.
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Carol Harrison Jul 12
The I stayed at in Regina was fab with good size fridge making it easier to eat good food I could pick up at a grocery store and not rely on eating out so much...and best layout making really good use of space.
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Dana McCauley Jul 9
Drum roll please! The first Research Innovation Office newsletter has hit the internet! Read our first issue and subscribe to stay abreast of .
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Carol Harrison Jul 11
Love the program and brand. Looking forward to hear more!
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Carol Harrison Jul 11
Replying to @jbend10
such important stories to share!
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Carol Harrison Jul 10
The US RDs would be shocked to know in Ontario the yearly mandatory fee to practice with license is about $650.00. Our national association fee is about the same but not mandatory.
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Carol Harrison Jul 10
Replying to @libbyroach1 @WestJet
You so rock the cowgirl hat! Have fun! If you can, take the drive up to Banff then thru the ice fields up to Jasper and loop over to Edmonton for one long but spectacular drive!
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Carol Harrison Jul 9
Anything that helps to create a healthy school environment is great, serving wholesome food maybe even involving the students to prep and sell the food too.
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Carol Harrison Jul 7
Here's a great way to beat the heat! ♨️  DYK? We are more likely to drink water when it's flavoured - some cucumbers or berries or citrus is all it takes!
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Farm & Food Care ON Jul 5
Tickets are now available for our second Breakfast on the Farm for 2019! This event will be taking place at located just outside of Barrie, ON on Sept 14. 🍳🥞🥛🚜🍓🍏 Don't forget to register for your FREE tickets before they sell out!
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Carol Harrison Jul 5
Looking for ideas to enjoy 🥦🥦🥦? I have 4 delish and easy ideas here for you! Beat the heat with this no-cook, broccoli- salad with -based vinaigrette:
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Carol Harrison Jul 5
How do you handle these hot and humid days with your sporty kids busy with practices and summer sports camps? Get my tips here in this FREE resource: FYI
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Carol Harrison Jul 4
this time last week...Exploring the ancient city of Taormina (near Sicily). This theatre built in 3rd century is still used today and overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. And yes the cannoli is worth going back for!
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Carol Harrison Jul 4
Yes shakes are the best! Heading to Muskoka next week to get my fill of ice cream and milk shakes!
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Carol Harrison Jul 4
It’s just not summer until you have 1) swam in a lake 2) had Kawartha dairy ice cream.
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Carol Harrison Jul 3
Replying to @RosieSchwartz
Yes the hiking sounds appealing for sure perhaps in the fall when temps are milder. It was 35+ when we were there!
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Carol Harrison Jul 3
Cinque Terre, Italy a UNESCO world heritage site where for 400 years there was no road to connect 5 seaside villages (see terraces where farmers grow grapes for wine) to rest of Italy -charming, great seafood and refreshing swims in the Italian Riviera -yup my kinda holiday!
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