Recipe: Turkey Omelette Muffins

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Consuming a high protein breakfast has been shown to have a positive effect on regulation of blood sugar throughout the day. It’s not necessary to consume breakfast as soon as you awake, but when you do having upwards of 20-30 grams of protein in combination with carbohydrates, fat, and fibre you can help increase your chances of weight loss on … Read More

Recipe: Turkey Meatballs

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Looking for a high protein snack on the go? Turkey not only clocks in at 14 grams of protein per three ounces, it is also a rich source of iron, zinc, potassium, phosphorus, and selenium. Selenium, in particular, is important for thyroid hormone metabolism and boosting the immune system to its antioxidant capabilities. Turkey is also high in tryptophan. Tryptophan … Read More

Carrot Ginger Chicken Soup

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On the hunt for some delicious winter dinner ideas? Nothing makes a cold winter night (or day) more bearable than digging into a hot and hearty meal. The solution: This season, instead of loading up on high-calorie treats, serve up a steaming hot—but still healthy—meal. This is one of our favourite easy dinner recipes, a vegetable-packed soup with a range of health benefits. This … Read More

Recipe: Miso Glazed Salmon

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Looking to make a healthy and quick dinner tonight? Try this holistic nutrition recipe for miso-glazed salmon. It takes less than 20 minutes and high in omega fatty acids, which are powerful anti-inflammatories, lower triglycerides, and contribute to lower levels of depression. The highest quality Omega comes from fish. This is because it already contains DHA, which your body can readily use. … Read More

Recipe: Cauliflower Rice

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Cauliflower is rapidly becoming one of the most popular gluten alternatives. It is a great way to incorporate more vegetables into our diet and eliminate some of the side effects caused by refined, sugary, processed carbohydrates. Cauliflower contains sulforaphane, a sulfur compound that has also been shown to kill cancer stem cells, thereby slowing tumor growth. It has also been … Read More

Recipe: Guacamole Chicken Lettuce Wraps

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What is a wrap without a bread-like substance? By definition, it’s still a wrap. I’m not saying you can’t handle a little bread every now and then; however, if you’ve ever read “The Wheat Belly” or follow the Paleo Plan, you know cutting down on wheat consumption can not only decrease the number of total calories you eat in the … Read More

Recipe: Caprese Skewers

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caprese skewers

Cooking in the summer is not always that appealing. It’s hot, why would you want to turn on the oven? If you can’t barbecue it, the recipe doesn’t usually make it into the rotation. Plus, fresh flavours always win! If you need a no-cook, make-ahead hors d’oeuvre this summer that packs a fresh-from-the-garden flavour punch, may we suggest caprese skewers? We gave … Read More

Mexican Stuffed Poblano Peppers

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Mexican Stuffed Poblano Peppers

Eating healthy isn’t all egg whites and plain chicken. Spices are a great way to make your meals taste great. With a few tweaks, most recipes can be made healthy. This recipe for Mexican Stuffed Poblano Peppers is packed with vegetables and has no shortage of flavour. Poblano peppers are on the mild side of the spicy pepper scale. They … Read More

Two Fresh Recipes For Spring

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Spring has sprung, and while the weather may continue to be unpredictable, we always know the theme of spring is green. Green vegetables are the first to pop out of the ground due to the plant phytochemical called chlorophyll. Among many benefits, chlorophyll is a detoxifying compound which helps your body to rid itself of winter build up, aids in … Read More

Roasted Vegetable Quesadilla Casserole

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Quesadilla Casserole

This roasted vegetable quesadilla casserole is a great use-up-what’s-left-in-your-fridge meal. You can throw anything and everything into it and it will still taste great. It’s just a twist on a quesadilla, making it into a casserole and serving it up like a pie. It’s also easily customizable. To add more protein, for example, just crumble a veggie burger into the … Read More