February 26, 2013 09:00 ET
-- Wellness experts, Lydia Knorr, Emily Richards and Eva Redpath can help Canadians make healthier food and lifestyle choices that are easy to add to busy daily routines and help alleviate stress
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Feb. 26, 2013) - A recent survey by the Florida Department of Citrus (FDOC) found that most Canadians experience moderate or higher levels of stress all year long and that a common side effect of this stress is unhealthy eating. In fact, 36 per cent of Canadians struggle to maintain a healthy diet when they are stressed and 40 per cent of Canadians say that this stress actually leads to unhealthy food choices.
March is Nutrition Month and with it comes a reminder that proper dietary decisions are crucial for Canadians.
Working with Canadians of all ages and families of all sizes in their complementary fields, the FDOC Feel Better Squad - Lydia Knorr, Emily Richards and Eva Redpath - have developed tips to help their clients maintain a healthy diet and improve their overall well-being when stressed.
Please note: As part of this opportunity, a product giveaway on behalf of the Florida Department of Citrus can be arranged upon request.
About the Florida Department of Citrus (FDOC)
The Florida Department of Citrus (FDOC) is an executive agency of the Florida government charged with the marketing, research and regulation of the Florida citrus industry. Its activities are funded by a tax paid by growers on each box of citrus that moves through commercial channels. A few of the popular varieties of Florida citrus fruit available in Canadian supermarkets are Ruby Red Grapefruit, Flame Grapefruit, and Marsh Grapefruit with 100 per cent pure Florida orange juice and Florida grapefruit juice available all year round.
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