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Gorgeous Fall Salad

Squash, specifically butternut squash is in abundance during the fall. I love adding it to salads because it adds fibre, potassium, Vitamin A, Vitamin C and so many more nutrients. The fibre in the butternut squash will help keep you feeling full, which makes a great salad to take to work or school. Fibre also helps balance your blood sugar levels, which is important to help avoid that afternoon crash.

Continue reading → par: Brittney DesRosiers, B.Sc. Nutrition


Bee Pollen: An Antioxidant Powerhouse & Recipe for My “Glow From The Inside Out” Energizing Superfood Balls

One of my favourite toppings for granola & fruit breakfast bowls, dairy-free coconut yogurt, almond or cashew cream, smoothies, chia puddings & oatmeal is bee pollen. You’re probably wondering, what on earth… she uses pollen as a topping? Well, not quite the kind that floats in the air & makes you sneeze if you have allergies. We’re talking bee pollen, an antioxidant-rich powerhouse & superfood with so many health benefits. I always describe it as “honey on steroids”… in other words, it has all the benefits of honey amplified in a more potent & concentrated form.

Continue reading → par: Kelly Ohana


Pumpkin & Banana Smoothie

We made some Pumpkin & Chocolate Chip Oat Bars last night and didn't use the whole can of pumpkin. Soooo... I decided to make myself a smoothie with the rest this morning. Little did I know, it would end up being one of the most delicious smoothies i've ever made. I know it's typical for Fall and everyone is sharing pumpkin recipes, but I don't care! You need this in your life!

Continue reading → par: Chelsea Brennan


Granola maison

Do you love smoothie bowls like me? What better way to garnish your smoothie bowls than with granola. Granola bought in stores can sometimes contain a lot of refined sugar. So i've decided to share my granola recipe that doesn't have any refined sugar in it. 

Continue reading → par: Sabrina Labar


Mushroom Barley Soup

In our house there is never a bad time of year for soup!  There are soups full of comforting root vegetables for Autumn,  hearty warm-me-up soups for Winter, simple light broth or raw soups for Spring cleansing and then there is this wonderful Mushroom Barely soup that you can have in all four seasons!  

Continue reading → par: Dusty Sandison


The Nose Knows

There are few people, if asked, who do not have a powerful memory to share that comes from their sense of smell.  The olfactory experience can remind one of a time, a place, a food, an event, and even of a person or animal.  We unconsciously experience the world with our nose even though for most of us we are most reactive to what we see with our eyes.

Continue reading → par: Dusty Sandison


Bol d’Açai

Ingredients: -1 1/2 frozen banana -1/2 cup frozen blueberries -1 packet of frozen unsweetened Acai puree (found in all health groceries) -1 medjool date -1 tablespoon Justins almond butter -1/4 fresh or frozen avocado -Almond milk to taste (the more you put the more it will be liquid) Instructions: Put everything in a blender. Mix until it is homogeneous. Put in a bowl. Garnish with your favorite fruits, granola and superfoods. For mine (as seen in the photo) I added raw cacao nibs, granola, raspberries, sliced ​​bananas, goji berries and chocolate coconuts. Enjoy!

Continue reading → par: Sabrina Labar



Vegan Burger

With the increased interest in a vegan lifestyle there are many every day chainrestaurants who have added vegan burgers to their menu; we even found a 100%vegan burger restaurant http://boonburger.ca who has several Ontario locations.

Continue reading → par: Dusty Sandison


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