Add this to the #facepalm files. I took the above photo at a convenience store in Charlottetown this summer. As you can see on the package, the candy is proudly advertised as “no sugar added”.
At various points over the past few years, I have been fortunate to basically have a gym as my office. I’ve worked near treadmills, exercise bikes, light free weights, and a bunch of machines (bench
After reading Peter’s post from earlier this week on the problems with BMI, I thought I should repost the below article from a couple years ago. I had an interesting experience at my last
It seems that every time I go to the grocery store I see more products proudly announcing that they have “no sugar added”. Typically these claims are seen on juice and other products that contain a
The past 12 months have been quite busy for my wife and I. In September I defended my PhD at the University of Ottawa/Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. In December we moved across the country to
I’ve just returned from the final day of the Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children. The highlight today was a keynote by Mike Evans, a physician who has created a number of extremely