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Easy As One, Two, Three: Immune Boosting Fruit Leathers

With a few ingredients and three easy steps, you will have a fun and healthy snack that you and the kids will enjoy. Great for on-the-go, these are everything you love about store-bought fruit leathers but with an immune boost! Bonus: They make really nice easter egg fillers! Ingredients 4 Cups Fruit of choice (for

Preconception Nutrition: Planning a Fertility Year

PRECONCEPTION NUTRITION Preconception nutrition is a preventative approach to optimizing nutrient status for positive fertility outcomes. For some women and men, this will simply allow them to better understand what nutrients are important for their bodies during this phase. For others, preconception nutrition can span to what is known as ‘fertility nutrition’ which is focused

Feel Good: The Year Ahead

January can make many of us feel really lousy. Winter is time for rest, slowing down and focusing inwards yet we often set really restrictive or unfair goals for ourselves. January shouldn’t be about go go go, but rather, deciding what we hope to bring in. For colder months, our health focused intentions should align

Gut Health: 3 simple concepts to know to better understand your gut

Good Mood: The Gut Brain Connection Those feelings of butterflies when you see your crush? Or an upset stomach before a performance on stage? Our brain and our gut (digestive system) work together closer than we think, and when one is off kilter, we can often experience symptoms elsewhere. For many of my clients, they

Gingerbread Biscoff cookies (gluten, dairy, egg, soy free)

Gluten Free Gingerbread Cookies    This recipe is from the blog ‘Minimalist Baker’. We made several adaptions, but it is otherwise her recipe. Gluten, dairy, egg, soy and refined sugar free, you can also swop the coconut oil for apple sauce to make these. INGREDIENTS ½ cup coconut sugar 1 flax egg (mix 1 tbsp.

Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie

Benefits of the Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie Originally formulated by Anthony Williams, this smoothie is as functional as it is delicious!  Recommended in our My Health Reno program and to many of our clients who are on a detoxification  protocols, this smoothie is fantastic alone or in combination with lemon water and celery juice. We call this trio of drinks the “magic morning” 🙂  Here are the benefits of some of ingredients. Remember, these ingredients work synergistically together  to support the healthy detoxification pathways, each ingredient is just as important as the other.   Spirulina – Spirulina is rich in B12, and works synergistically with barley grass juice powder which soaks  up metal metals.  Barley grass juice powder – Has the ability to draw heavy metals out of your spleen, intestinal tract,  pancreas, thyroid, and reproductive system. Barley grass juice extract prepares mercury for complete  absorption by spirulina. Dulse – Rich in iodine, as well as a binder for mercury, lead, aluminum, copper, cadmium and nickel.  Atlantic dulse also serves as emergency backup, helping ensure that all the heavy metals that make it as  far as the colon actually leave the body.  Wild blueberries – Wild blueberries, smaller than farmed blueberries, have a higher surface area of  antioxidants. During heavy metal detoxification the body will experience oxidative stress on a cellular  levels, and needs large amounts of antioxidants to buffer the effects of heavy metal tissue detoxification.    Cilantro – Cilantro is a food based chelator, which means it draws out heavy metals from tissues. Works 

Kickin’ Butternut Squash Soup

Kickin’ Butternut Squash Soup   Everything seems a little better with a bit of a kick! This butternut squash soup is incredibly easy to make. The focus is on quality ingredients that are hugely functional. What I love most about it, is that I can easily remember the recipe and with an herb garden, usually

Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen – Organic Produce Matters!

Each year The Environmental Working Group (EWG), a public health research organization, sets out to test which fruits and vegetables are being sprayed most heavily with pesticides. They form a list to better inform the population on what is going on their food (and in our bodies). Each year they publish a list of the

Grain free almond bread (low carb, high fiber)

Grain Free Almond Bread INGREDIENTS 2 cup Blanched almond flour 1/4 cup Psyllium husk powder 1 tbsp Gluten-free baking powder 1/2 tsp Sea salt 4 large Egg (beaten) – organic  1/4 cup Coconut oil (measured solid, then melted) 1/2 cup Warm water METHOD Mix all the ingredients together and scoop into a loaf pan that has either been greased or has parchment paper. Bake at 375F for approx. 50 minutes! *The

Granola Bars

This granola bar recipe was developed by Kelly at the Nourishing Home as her version of a “KIND” bar. Nut-free school rules can make finding a lunch snack that is rich in healthy fats and protein challenging so we have both a nut-free version and one for those of us who can have nuts. Note



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