Resources for Eating Well
Get started with a few new recipes from our Favourite Recipes Booklet
Confused about pulses? Legumes, dried peas, beans, lentils, and chickpeas are good for your plate, and good for the planet! Take the Pulse Pledge to include more of these versatile and sustainable foods and use these recipes to help meet your goals:
For delicious seasonal recipes see www.foodlandontario.gov.on.ca
- Call or email a dietitian for free at Eat Right Ontario, your one-stop shopping site for nutrition information. Check out their menu planning tool which builds a full week’s menu based on Canada’s Food Guide.
- Complete NutriSTEP or Nutri-escreen for a better idea of the eating and activity behaviours of toddlers, preschoolers and seniors. Provides feedback based on responses to questionnaire and links to more services.
- Take a tour through Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide, learn about the food groups or print your personalized guide after completing the My Guide section of the site.
- Health Canadians is Health Canada’s consumer friendly information website. Contains videos, handouts, and information on topics such as eating well, physical activity, food recalls, tobacco, bullying, and more.
- Visit Dietitians of Canada for credible nutrition information and numerous fact sheets.
- National Eating Disorders Information Centre – Your one-stop shopping site for information and resources about eating disorders and weight preoccupation.
- Target Youth with this teen friendly website designed and operated by youth for youth – provides information about healthy eating, active living, tobacco and alcohol use, sexuality and more.
- Take a virtual grocery store tour! Feeling confused and overwhelmed in the grocery store? Learn how to read a label properly and take a tour through a virtual grocery store in the comfort of your own home by visiting