Nutrition Month 2022 - Ingredients for a Healthier Tomorrow

Our dietitians are excited to help you explore the ingredients for a healthier tomorrow by providing you with resources to share with your clients, such as fact sheets or recipes, as well as material to support your own practice. 

Nutrition Month 2022

Resources to share with your clients

You will find below client-directed educational material including different formats of the posters, simple accessible recipes, a tip sheet and a meal-builder tool to support your Nutrition Month activities. 

Nutrition Month poster

Nutrition Month Poster – 8 ½ x 11 version

Download and print an 8 ½ x 11 version of the poster or share digitally.

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Nutrition Month poster

Nutrition Month Poster – individual sections to assemble

Download and print this poster in sections to produce a large hard copy poster.

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Nutrition Month poster

Nutrition Month Poster - for printing sized 24 X 36

Version of the poster that allows you to professionally print in a 24 X 36 format.

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Nutrition Month poster - Quebec version

Nutrition Month Poster – Quebec version – 8.5 x 11 version

Download and print an 8 ½ x 11 version of the poster or share digitally.

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Nutrition Month poster - Quebec version

Nutrition Month Poster – Quebec version – individual sections to assemble

Print this poster in sections to produce a large hard copy poster.

Download
Nutrition Month poster

Nutrition Month Poster – Quebec version - for printing sized 24 X 36

Version of the poster that allows you to professionally print in a 24 X 36 format.

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Frittata recipe

Recipe for a Healthier Tomorrow - Frittata

Only seven main ingredients and made in one pan under 30 minutes, this dish is fast, healthy, and tasty.

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Cheesecake recipe

Recipe for a Healthier Tomorrow - Cheesecake Jars

A nutritious mini version of traditional cheesecake that’s no bake and easy to make.

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One-Pot Barley recipe

Recipe for a Healthier Tomorrow - One-Pot Barley

A delicious one-pot, nutrient-packed meal that features Canadian-made ingredients, ideal for busy households.

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How to Build Power Bowls

How to Build Power Bowls

Help your clients learn to build customized, healthy power bowls that save time, energy and reduce food waste.

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Tips for a Healthier Tomorrow

Tips for a Healthier Tomorrow

Key tips that clients can consider to maximize nutrition and minimize the environmental footprint of their diet.

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Resources for your own use and professional learning

The resources below will help you celebrate Nutrition Month in your practice setting and support your learning related to sustainable diets and its implications in the Canadian context.

Let’s Talk About Sustainability

Let’s Talk About Sustainability

Tips and strategies for discussing healthy, sustainable diets with your clients.

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Nutrition Month Virtual Background

Nutrition Month Virtual Background

Use this background for your virtual meetings. NOTE: when you upload and use this background image, you’ll see the text in mirror image on your meeting screen. Rest assured that your meeting participants will see the text in the correct, readable format.

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Environmental Assessment of Canadian Milk Production

Environmental Assessment of Canadian Milk Production

An infographic describing the environmental footprint of Canadian milk production

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Sustainable Agriculture

Sustainable Agriculture – How Dairy Farmers Are Doing Their Part

Canadian dairy farmers make a living from the land and are therefore naturally committed to sustainability and the environment. Discover how they do their part.

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EAT-Lancet’s dietary patterns and Canadian recommendations

EAT-Lancet Planetary Diet – Nutrition Implications for Canadians

This factsheet outlines the nutritional assessment of the dietary patterns defined by the Eat-Lancet Commission compared to current Canadian recommended nutrient intakes.

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A 7-minute video featuring Agriculture and Agri-food Canada’s Principal Research Scientist on ruminant nutrition and microbiology discussing the mitigation of methane in Canada.
A 7-minute video featuring Canadian dairy farmers discussing sustainable farming practices
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