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Prep for a Healthy Week of Nutrient Dense Meals

From the Show: CLEAN Food Network
Summary: The busy-bee frenzy in which many people live their lives doesn't always allow for healthy eating.
Air Date: 6/27/16
Duration: 10 Minutes
Guest Bio: Amy Symington, BAH, MSc
Amy-SymingtonAmy Symington, BAH, MSc, is a nutrition professor, research associate and chef at George Brown College (GBC), where she teaches nutrition and culinary courses, develops nutrition focused curricula and works on health based research projects.

Amy has a M.Sc. in Applied Human Nutrition with a focus on functional food from Oxford Brookes University, UK. She also develops recipes, does food writing and provides nutrition advise to small and large businesses and magazines in the Greater Toronto Area including the infamous Clean Eating Magazine. In addition to teaching, applied research and recipe development, Amy is also the nutrition and kitchen program coordinator at Gilda's Club Greater Toronto where she runs a bi-weekly supper club program and provides nutrition workshops and culinary demonstrations to those touched by cancer.

Amy is recently the happy recipient of a SSHRC grant for the Community and College Social Innovation Fund to develop a cookbook and guide for cancer nutrition to be utilized by cancer care organizations like Gilda's Club Greater Toronto as well as those touched by cancer.
Prep for a Healthy Week of Nutrient Dense Meals
The busy-bee frenzy in which many people live their lives doesn't always allow for healthy eating.

However, if you attack your meals with organization and preparation, you can will not only preserve your health and longevity, but you can also save time and money.

Amy Symington, BAH, MSc, is a nutrition professor, research associate and chef at George Brown College (GBC), where she teaches nutrition and culinary courses, develops nutrition focused curricula and works on health based research projects.

Amy joins host Lisa Davis to share some simple tips for prepping for a week of healthy, delicious meals and snacks. She also discusses the importance of functional nutrition and which foods serve you best.
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