This is part of Canadian Health and Wellness, a series in which Corus radio stations nationwide dig into health issues facing Canadians with the help of some of today’s most respected diet and exercise practitioners.
Whether you suffer from heart disease or headaches, altering your diet may improve your health condition.
According to Dr. Sian Spacey, a clinical associate professor with the University of British Columbia’s Division of Neurology, there are more than 200 different types of headaches, some of which are impacted by what a person eats.
Karen Mornin, a registered dietitian with the Healthy Heart Program in Vancouver, says many prepared foods should be avoided to safeguard heart health.
Watch and read the full story on Global News.