March is Nutrition Month and it is recognized across Canada – including here at Langara!

NutritionMonth_Poster_81_2x11_EN.jpgThe month provides an opportunity to feature a particular facet of nutrition. For 2024, the Dairy Farmers of Canada are celebrating with a focus on bringing "a natural balance to your nutrition."

Join the Deparment of Nutrition and Food Services Management in March to take a closer look at how we can simplify our lives through healthy meals that improve balance in our bodies, minds, and souls. Here's a few ways to get involved.

Celebrate Nutrition Month.

Thu, Mar 7
11:30 am-2:30 pm
A Building, Cafeteria

Drop by to meet Registered Dietitians and members of the Langara Nutrition Club who are happy to answer questions or provide suggestions on how you can find better balance through good nutrition. Spin the wheel and win prizes too!

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Access additional resources below to learn how you can optimize your diet for improved balance!

Are you smarter than a dietitian?

Test your knowledge to see what you might already know and what you might want to learn more about!

Dietitians are passionate about the potential of food to enhance lives and improve health. They look beyond fads and gimmicks to deliver reliable, life-changing advice.

Visit to access information about:

  • What dietitians do
  • Find a dietitian
  • Browse nutrition articles by topic


Be inspired to cook any time, day or night with Cookspiration, created by Dietitians of Canada. Recipe ideas are served up to suit your mood and schedule. Also, don’t forget to try the all new My Menu Planner tool!

The Registered Dietitians at Dairy Farmers of Canada provides a collection of articles and recipes compiled by a team of Canadian dietitians working in agriculture and who are passionate about helping Canadians eat well to support their health and the environment. 

Canada's Food Guide

Be sure to check out these healthy eating recommendations as compiled by Health Canada. These guidelines and considerations are based on the best available scientific evidence. 

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