January 3, 2018

Now that the holidays are officially over and we are getting back to the grind, we might find it’s not so easy to get back to our healthy routines. Maybe it’s the sluggish liver we now have, the poor sleeping pattern we’ve adopted, or the extra few pounds that make everything feel a little tighter. Here are some ways to get the New Year off to an a...

October 27, 2017

Autumn is my favourite time of year. The weather is changing, the leaves are a brilliant golden-orangey-red, and the Farmers' Harvest Markets are in full swing.

The pumpkin often plays a central role at this time of year. It is used in pies, savory dishes, and even as the dinner table's centerpiece.

We always have a lot of fun going to the local pump...

February 3, 2016

I love trying new foods and supporting my local farms, markets, and restaurants. But this past weekend, the amount of food paired with rich sauces I indulged in was a bit more than I was used to. 12 hours later I didn't feel so hot, and water and my morning smoothie just weren't doing the trick to soothe what felt like hot knives in my stomach. As...

January 24, 2016

ABC 123. Avocado Blueberry Chard Smoothie


A is for Avocado- can range in weight from 8 ounces to 3 pounds. Avocados contain anti-inflammatory phytosterols (good fats), which contribute to good health and prevent cardiovascular disease. And not only that, adding avocado to smoothies increases the ability of your body to absorb carotenoids (fat solub...

December 3, 2015

Beets have been cultivated by humans for thousands of years- and eaten as far back as prehistoric times. Both beet greens and the beet root itself provide important health benefits. Beets can be eaten raw or cooked, pickled or roasted, and make a delicious and colourful addition to any meal. Here are 4 reasons to eat your beets and beet greens too!


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