- Naturopathic Medicine
I have a hard time following recipes, as I always want to modify, substitute and ‘healthify’ when I can. This serves me well when I am cooking but when I am baking…not so much. Anyway, I followed this recipe from the Gluten Free HomeMaker’s Blog and these were delicious! They were so moist, […]Continue Reading →
If you have not tried Matcha, it is a worthy addition to your tea cupboard. Matcha green tea is loaded with antioxidants and has a long list of impressive health benefits such as improved memory, mood, concentration, energy and metabolism. Try substituting your morning or afternoon cup of tea or coffee for a […]Continue Reading →
These overnight oats were a real hit in our house. This recipe is delicious, nutritious and will keep you feeling full until lunch time. The best part of this breakfast is that it is ready to go when you wake up. All the mess and prep is taken care of ahead of time so […]Continue Reading →
Serve this for breakfast, dessert or as a tasty midmorning or afternoon snack. This recipe is gluten-free, dairy-free and egg-free. It is a beautiful colour and there are so many ways to dress it up with a variety of fruits, nuts, seeds, etc. This is a new go-to recipe in our house. I […]Continue Reading →
Christina Carreau BA, ND
Your stress response is a complex series of interactions between your nervous system, adrenal glands and a number of other organs, which signal the release of cortisol, adrenaline and noradrenaline into the bloodstream. The effects of these hormones in our system is variable depending on the frequency and duration with which […]Continue Reading →
This recipe is from the ‘Everyday Detox’ cookbook. This raw, no-bake dessert is a keeper. Pecans, cocoa powder, coconut oil, maple syrup and dates…so simple and yet so delicious. Enjoy!
Crust and Crumble Topping
3 cups raw pecan halves 8 soft Medjool dates, pitted ¼ cup melted coconut oil ½ tsp sea salt […]Continue Reading →
This is such a tasty side dish and makes for a beautiful appetizer at dinner parties. We recently made this and served it with a cranberry ginger chutney and plain yogurt concoction. YUM!! It is anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and packed with vitamin C. This is a great recipe to add to your arsenal of delicious, nutritious […]Continue Reading →
These are delicious, quick, easy, vegan and paleo-friendly. What more could you ask for in a cookie? This recipe is from ‘The Iron You’ website. I hope that you enjoy them as much as I do!
2 cups almond flour ¼ tsp sea salt ½ tsp baking soda ¼ cup coconut oil melted […]Continue Reading →
Christina Carreau BA, ND
We all know the value of sleeping well. Everyone has experienced the effects of a good nights sleep versus a restless night, and the impact that can have on our energy levels, mood and motivation the following day.
With the increased busyness of our lives, more of us are getting […]Continue Reading →
I only discovered this recipe a few weeks ago but have made these a number of times since. These are delicious on their own but also a great addition to soups and salads. You can use different herbs and spices to keep this an exciting snack.
3 cups cooked chickpeas, drained […]Continue Reading →
Christina Carreau BA, NDChristina Carreau, is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor in Toronto. Her mission is to inspire ‘A Healthier You’. [Continue Reading...]