Nutrition Blog


Our team of Canada’s Top Dietitians and virtual assistants help keep our blog up and running month to month. Our team is highly skilled in so many areas we do our best to cover a wide range of nutrition topics. If you are looking for new recipe ideas be sure to check out Karyn’s Culinary Corner for new recipes!

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Eating by the Season

What does eating by the seasons mean? Fall Vegetables: artichoke, beets, beet greens, bell peppers, broccolini, Brussels sprouts, butternut squash, carrots, cauliflower, celery root, chard, corn, eggplant, fennel, garlic, leeks, parsnips, potatoes, radishes, spinach, sweet potatoes, wild mushrooms Fruits: apples, chestnuts, cranberries, limes, melon, pears, plums, pomegranate, raspberries, tomatoes Nuts and seeds: almonds Meat: duck, lamb, partridge, rabbit, venison Seafood: Lobster, clams, mussels Winter Vegetables:…

Heart Health

Why Is Heart Health Important? Making heart healthy changes can have an impact other areas of health. It can help prevent or delay chronic disease such as Type 2 Diabetes. Lower your risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attacks and stroke. Heart disease can be preventable, but it is not reversible Making healthy changes can help…

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About Our CEO, and President

Hi, I’m Karyn Sunohara. I am a registered dietitian and chef. I am an auntie of 12 beautiful nieces and nephews. When I’m not spending time with my wonderful family, fur children, and spouse, I love writing recipes and testing out new meal creations. I have a passion for anything paediatrics including food allergies and intolerances both common and rare, and gut health challenges. I created For the LOVE of FOOD Nutrition Inc. to provide individuals and families with the best nutrition care.

Shortly after high school I enrolled in SAIT’s Professional Cooking Program. SAIT allowed me to build my confidence in my cooking skills and my passion for food, nutrition and cultures. While at SAIT I was very fortunate to work closely with my Chef instructors on special projects, banquets, and fundraisers. After graduating from SAIT I wanted to continue to learn and decided to enrol in the nutrition and dietetic program at Acadia University. While attending Acadia University for Nutrition and Dietetics I entered culinary competitions. I was fortunate to win 1st place in Atlantic Canada for Pulse Canada’s 2012 ImPULSEible recipe creation competition. I recently graduated from Acadia’s Nutrition and Dietetics program in Wolfville, Nova Scotia in May of 2013. In June 2014 I completed her dietetic internship at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, Ontario. I moved back home to Calgary, Alberta where I am dedicated to educating and sharing her love nutrition, cultures and food to others.

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