Home | Pharmaprix AIMEZ. VOUS.

Eating at home

No matter how much time you have or don't have for cooking, you can make heart-healthy meals by following these suggestions. Heart-healthy cooking focuses on lowering your intake of fat, especially saturated and trans fats. It also includes limiting salt while upping fibre and making sure you eat four to 10 servings of vegetables and fruit a day.

Learn More

Protein: What, why and how

We’ve all heard that protein is an essential part of a healthy diet. But it can be tricky to understand what protein is, what foods contain it and how much of it we need.

Learn More

Three Simple Steps to Love You More: This Year, Make Your Resolutions About Self-Care

Making a resolution to love yourself more isn’t selfish, it’s actually a commitment that will benefit everyone else in your life. Besides, it’s not as hard as it sounds. Simply break it down into three categories—body, mind, and spirit—and give a little more attention to each as we head into the new year.

Learn More

Continence Care for Menopausal Women

There are many things you can do on your own to improve your bladder health and decrease incontinence. Monitor your fluid intake, voiding frequency and volume with a diary. You may see trends that symptoms follow

Learn More

Five Nutrients Canadian Women Need to Watch

The diets of Canadian women and girls are as diverse as the cultures, traditions and environments that influence food consumption. Despite their diversity, there are some nutritional deficiencies that many Canadian women have in common. In a recent study on female nutrition across the life cycle that is used to set standards in Canadian healthcare practice, experts focused on five key nutrients that many women don’t get enough of through diet alone.

Learn More