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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 →
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 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 →
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 →
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 →
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.
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This is a recipe that I found on ‘The Lemon Bowl’ food blog. It is simple to make, super tasty and looks and tastes just like the real thing. All you need to do is keep sliced frozen bananas in your freezer and you can whip this dessert up in under five minutes.
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Confession…I am addicted to hummus. It is a staple in our house…we go through at least 2 cups/day between the four of us. So I decided to branch out and make this roasted eggplant dip instead. It is super tasty and very similar to hummus but a bit smoother in texture. I think […]Continue Reading →
Christina Carreau BA, NDChristina Carreau, is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor in Toronto. Her mission is to inspire ‘A Healthier You’. [Continue Reading...]