- Naturopathic Medicine
I made this for the first time the other night and it was a real hit! It makes for great leftovers too! It would be just as easy to grill on the bbq if you don’t want to turn your oven on in this heat.
Ingredients: Serves 4
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Christina Carreau, BA, ND
Summer is such a special time of year. I am always amazed by how alive our city is when the nice weather hits. Beaches, parks, patios and the lake are bustling…not to mention the highways headed out to cottage country…eek…also very busy! There is something so liberating and restorative […]Continue Reading →
If you have never had shakshuka…you are in for a serious treat! I first discovered this dish while traveling in Morocco years ago and it has been on my ‘top 3 breakfasts list’ ever since. Rich in flavour and in colour, this can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or supper. Serve it up with […]Continue Reading →
This is an easy and tasty weeknight meal. Very little clean up required and if you make the teriyaki sauce ahead of time…this can be thrown together in under 5 minutes (minus the cooking time of course). If you are vegetarian use tofu in place of the chicken….it is all about the delicious sauce […]Continue Reading →
If you are not a grapefruit lover…this might be the recipe that changes your mind. This is a beautiful and delicious way to start your day. If you are in a rush…you can speed this process along by broiling the grapefruit for a few minutes rather than baking them. In the words of my daughter, […]Continue Reading →
I never tire of tex-mex seasoning! This is great warm or cold. You can make it Vegetarian by using black beans or veggie round in place of the ground chicken. I intentionally did not add cheese so that this is vegan friendly as well. This also makes for great mason jar meals in […]Continue Reading →
Another creamy and flavourful alternative to coffee. Turmeric contains curcumin which is anti-inflammatory and a potent antioxidant. This is great for boosting the immune system and for easing digestion.It is a great way to start your day or to end your night. It is easy on the eyes, the nose and the palate!
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I would like to dedicate this recipe to all the Mary’s crackers lovers out there. This recipe requires very little prep or clean up and is full of goodness. These are a great accompaniment to soups, crumbled on salads or dipped in hummus or guacamole or you can simply enjoy them on their […]Continue Reading →
I have to admit, when I opened the fridge this morning my Chia Fresca looked like a science experiment gone wrong. But looks can be deceiving and it tasted great.
Lemon water is a great way to kick start digestion and is alkalinizing. This is a great drink to sip on between meals as […]Continue Reading →
I love this one pan roasted sausage and vegetable dish. It is quick, easy and super tasty. Serve it up for a weeknight supper or grab it for lunch the next day. It is delicious warm or cold and you could really mix this up by playing around with the vegetables, the herbs […]Continue Reading →
Christina Carreau BA, NDChristina Carreau, is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor in Toronto. Her mission is to inspire ‘A Healthier You’. [Continue Reading...]