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‘Tis the season for back-to-school!
That means new backpacks, math homework and the added responsibility of making lunches. Wellness Chef Geremy Capone and Registered Dietitian Christy Brissette of the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre's ELLICSR Kitchen show us that making healthy lunches can be easy --- and delicious.
Time-Saving Tips for Healthy Lunches
Have a Plan:
A well-stocked kitchen can make all the difference when you need healthy meals in minutes. Here are a few options to keep on hand:
Presentation is Key
Healthy Lunch Ideas
About ELLICSR kitchen
The ELLICSR Kitchen is a cooking and nutrition program at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre designed to support people in eating well before, during and after cancer treatment.
The kitchen hosts a series of dynamic healthy cooking classes led by chef Geremy and Registered Dietitian Christy. Demonstrations take place the first three Thursdays of the month from 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. in ELLICSR: Health, Wellness & Cancer Survivorship Centre in the basement of Toronto General Hospital (BCS-021). The Patient Education and Survivorship program is supported by the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.
Can't make it? You can catch the cooking show webisodes on ELLICSR Kitchen's YouTube Channel.
For more healthy lunchtime recipes, visit ELLICSR Kitc hen's archive.