Imagine… You’ve been waking up fully rested, starting the day off with a warm lemon water and enjoying every bite of your breakfast. It is not only satisfying but nutritious. It fuels you with the right kind of energy and you go on your day filling it with positive self-talk, good food and good company. You’ve been feeling fantastic, exercising, eating well until that one gloomy day where everything shifted.
From a young age my mom would always drag me to go berry picking. It felt like such a chore because it required us to be up at 7 am on the weekend, and it would be a 2-3 hour excursion.But the aftermath was always pleasant one - fresh fruit, strawberry cheesecake, homemade strawberry sauce for ice cream and pasta (yes, odd combination but a great one) and blueberry perogies.
Radishes are mostly eaten raw as a crunchy salad vegetable but have you ever tried roasted them? Do you know what to look for when shopping fresh radishes? Read more to learn how to choose, store and cook with radishes.
If you’re trying to save money, the first area you often try to manage is your eating out expenses. You set out with good intentions to make your lunches, but you find that not only are you eating the same boring salad every day, you also managed to waste unused food by the end of the week. I want to help you fall in love with cooking and successfully meal prep. To get you started right now (because hey, we all love the present moment) here are a few meal prep tips to save you time and money.
Do you struggle deciding what’s for lunch? Do you resort to the same salad bowl or eat out more than you'd like to admit? Having a complete meal for lunch will keep you satiated and energized through the afternoon. No one got time for the midday slump. I share with you my simple guide to nourishing and mouth watering lunch bowls.
It's important to broaden our choices of produce and take advantage of the health benefits of all seasonal fruits and vegetables available to us. Each ingredient provides unique nutritional value and flavours. To celebrate each month going forward, I've decided to feature 2 fruits and/or vegetables. First up...
Feeding a young family nutritious food seems to be both a top priority for parents, and their biggest struggle. Gone are the days when a parent worked from the home and had the time to prepare meals from scratch using whole, nutritious ingredients. Instead, parents find themselves searching for the quickest ways to fill children’s bellies in between meeting work deadlines, wiping runny noses and changing diapers, responding to incessant texts and email alerts. Learn how to adopt good nutrition while raising a family.
Ladies, we’ve all been there. Post ovulation, we begin to feel the premenstrual symptoms. We don’t want to see anyone, we want to roll-up in a fetal position and god forbid anyone gets in our way. But what if I told you it doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, experiencing PMS is your body telling you there’s a hormonal imbalance. PMS may be common amongst us all, but it’s not normal.
Exercise and good diet go hand in hand. What you eat before and after exercising has an impact on your energy levels, weight and overall well-being. Eating the proper foods prior to your workout will maximize your performance and provide energy to complete your routine, whereas as post workout meals are important to restore energy, rebuild muscle and tissue that breaks down during exercise.
Nutrition is usually paid some attention as well - it’s no secret that the foods you choose to fuel your body with can make or break your success. But there’s an often overlooked area of fitness that’s crucial in not only getting results, but also maintaining them.
Spring has just arrived and even though it might not feel like it weather wise, it still marks the beginning of a fresh new season, warmer days, blooming flowers and just an overall feel good vibe. Spring is a time of purification, healing and rejuvenation. When we declutter, a weight is lifted off our shoulders, we think more clearly, and we begin to tune in to our needs.
Do you find food prepping takes too much time? Are you getting tired of cooking the same dishes week after week? Do you find unused old produce in the back of the fridge? These are some common issues I hear time and time again when it comes to cooking. What if there was a simple solution, a solution that would give you a variety of recipes with pre-measured seasonal ingredients. No muss, no fuss.
Too much sugar over time impacts cholesterol, increases blood glucose, causes you to gain weight and raises your blood pressure. If you are looking to cut back on sugar, there are a few simple hacks for cutting out the sweet stuff from your diet.
Regardless of whether or not you are training for a marathon or fitness challenge, a wellness team is intended to guide you to help you heal yourself and feel your best. Your team should include dedicated health practitioners that support your health goals and aid with your health issues.