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Nathan Payne

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Nathan Payne graduated from Ryerson University with a degree in Food and Nutrition. Currently he volunteers in health promotion and community gardening. He also continues to develop his interest in visual arts. 

Nathan Payne's Work

 
Healthy Dancer

Beginning with Raw Food

By Nathan Payne, Matthew Kennedy

Raw food diets are predominantly or exclusively made up of uncooked and unprocessed raw food.

Healthy Dancer

Preserves: Flavour & Nutrition

By Nathan Payne, Matthew Kennedy

Preserving is a traditional and tested practice of selecting, harvesting, preparing, processing and storing food.

Healthy Dancer

By Nathan Payne

Beginning with Raw Food

Healthy Dancer

By Nathan Payne

Preserves: Flavour & Nutrition

Healthy Dancer

Ingredients for the Ultimate Snack

By Nathan Payne, Matthew Kennedy

Stock a handful of staple ingredients and build an arsenal of energy-dense snacks that are ready to go when you are.

Healthy Dancer

Reconsidering Red Meat

By Nathan Payne, Matthew Kennedy

Growing evidence suggests that not all red meat is created equal.

Healthy Dancer

What influences your appetite?

By Nathan Payne

What influences your appetite?

Healthy Dancer

Omega-3: The Good Fat

By Nathan Payne

Here are some tips to boost your omega-3 intake.

Protein

Recent Research and Debate By Nathan Payne

Editor's Note: In the November 2009 print issue of The Dance Current, our "Healthy Dancer" column focussed on the body's need for and use of protein. A discussion ensued in our letters to the editor in December/January 2009/10, which inspired writer Nathan Payne to develop a longer article on the topic.

Healthy Dancer

By Nathan Payne

Ingredients for the Ultimate Snack

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