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Making healthy choices can be hard sometimes, but having the right information can help you stay safe.

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Tips and Links

  • If you have questions about your diet or eating habits, you can e-mail a dietician through HealthLinkBC.
  • Check out the Canada Food Guide for healthy eating.
  • Just TRAC! it - list food allergies and special diet considerations in the Notes app.
  • For questions about food, supplements, or eating habits, email a dietician at HealthLink BC.
  • For certain conditions, a Monthly Nutritional Supplement benefit may be available.
  • MEND (Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, Do It!) is a FREE, fun healthy lifestyle program for families with children ages 7-13 years.

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  • Find out how different drugs and alcohol interact with your medications at DrugCocktails.ca
  • If you see a naturopath, remember that natural remedies can also interact with medications. Check what the risks might be, and ask your doctor.
  • Take a look at Mind Check: a resource to help youth and young adults in BC check in with how they’re feeling and quickly connect to mental health resources and support.
  • For information on quitting smoking, check out QuitNow.ca
  • Learn about the concerns and dangers of e-cigarettes.

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