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.
High Cholesterol Attributed to Nutrient-Deficiency Inflammation, Study
Improving Gut Health and Reducing Inflammation in IBD Sufferers
Can the MIND Diet Improve an Aging Mind?
“Yo-Yo Dieting” Not Associated with Increased Risk of Cancer, Study
Standing in Place of Sitting Could Improve Blood Sugar, Study
Researchers Investigate Stomach’s High Acidity Levels
Fat the New Sense of Taste, Say Researchers
Insulin Resistance Increases Risk of Alzheimer’s, Study
Grocery Meat Harboring Disease-Causing Bacteria, Study
Is Beetroot Juice the Solution to Improving Endurance?
Soybean Oil Detrimental to Metabolic Health
Phosphates Added to Cereal Can Spike Blood Phosphorus Levels
Trending Food Stories Help Predict Obesity Rates
Bacon-Flavored “Dulse” Seaweed New Superfood
Pill May Allow “Gluten Indulgence” for Celiac Sufferers
Sitting Too Much Increases Risk of Cancer in Women
New Hope for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Treatment with Diet Therapy
Eating Wild Mushrooms Could Result in Death, Says Study
Full-Service Restaurant Meals No Healthier Than Fast Food, Study Says
Increasing Fruit and Vegetable Intake Among Elderly Differs Between Genders, Survey Says