Author Archives: Leah Shainhouse, R.D.

Leah Shainhouse is a Registered Dietitian with the College of Dietitians of Ontario and a member of the Dietitians of Canada. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science, Honors, in Nutritional Sciences from the University of British Columbia and went on to complete her dietetic training and Master of Science degree in Human Nutrition at McGill University. Leah has a strong desire to help shape the lives of individuals through a healthy lifestyle. She enjoys working with people to help them achieve their health goals. Not only does she stay up-to-date on the latest research and trends, she applies her knowledge in the kitchen. Leah enjoys transforming recipes to make them healthier and tastier as ever. She enjoys being challenged to perfect the tastes of diverse cuisines, whether it is a new ethnic dish or a gluten-free recipe.
Cancer Survivors Less Likely to Get Callbacks When Job Hunting
Living Alone Can Be a Big Health Risk, Especially When It Comes to Diet
Eating Junk Food—Even Once—Shows Signs of Metabolic Disease in Healthy Individuals
“Everything in Moderation” May Be Bad Health Advice: Study
Dumping Workplace Stress a Major Must in Combating Obesity: Study
Late Bedtimes = Bigger Numbers on the Scale: Poor Sleep Hygiene Linked to Obesity
Honey No Better (or worse) Than HFCS, Sucrose: Study
Snack Cupboard, Fruit Bowl: Where Your Food Is Stored May Help Determine Your Weight
Warning: TV Ads May Be Misleading Adolescents’ Perceptions of Fast Food
Study: Food Intake Governed By Neuron Networks
Improved Family Functioning Reduces Intake of Sugary Foods Among Children: Study
Tomatoes One of the Top Triggers of Gout Attacks, Study Reveals
Researchers Analyze Link Between Hot Chilli Peppers and Feeling Full
Coffee Consumption May Increase Survival in Colon Cancer Patients: Study
Elderly Report Less, But Better Sleep Quality, Study Says
Playing Tetris Can Help Combat Cravings, Researchers Report
High-Protein Breakfasts Improve Body Weight in Teens
Trans Fats—Not Saturated Fats—Linked to Increased Risk of Early Death
PepsiCo Announces New Diet Pepsi Formula That Omits Aspartame
Pedaling While at Work Can Benefit Your Health, Study