Enliven you daily hydration this summer with infused vitamin water. Strawberries add a touch of sweetness, while cucumber, mint, and lime make the water taste so refreshing and bright! It’s easy to prepare and you’ll quickly notice your kids or spouse drinking more water than usual!
As human beings, we’re always looking for the perfect regenerative tonic to guarantee us better health and longevity. Consequently, what we fear most - degenerative disease, aging, early death - is escalating at record pace.
I remember precisely when we first learned how supplementing with amino acid l-arginine which helps the body to produce higher levels of nitric oxide (NO). The science is solid and I truly believe it’s the origin of health and prevention, granting us quality years ahead.
During my pregnancy, I’ve been craving coconut - the real stuff! Coconut milk, water, meat, and oil. Coconuts are highly nutritious, rich in fiber, and packed with essential vitamins and minerals. It supports the immune system, protects skin from sun exposure, and it’s a great source of fuel for the body by balancing blood sugar and so many other wonderful benefits.
A few weeks ago, my coconut cravings led me to create this rich and creamy breakfast that has become my new fav! Packed with protein and healthy fats, it will keep you satisfied for hours. The best part is how quick it takes to prep the night before and it’s waiting for you the next morning. Perfect for those busy, on-the-go mornings.
Give it a try and let me know what you think!
This extremely easy salad recipe is a household favourite; especially for you kale lovers out there. Give it a shot and let me know your thoughts!
Perfect for a hot July day to celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday. You and your kids will love these creamy, vibrantly red, berry popsicles free of refined sugar and dyes. It can be made vegan if you swap out the honey for maple syrup or coconut sugar. A guiltless indulgent sure to satisfy your craving for a sweet cool treat while soaking up the sun!
Back in the day, people grew and harvested fruits and vegetables to live; these foods were full of vital nutrients from the land, and nourished the people. Today, we’re told to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables as part of a healthy diet, but even if you are eating them, something is missing.
Tom Harper never dreamed his research around phytoplankton would lead him to a remedy for his cancer. Owner of a Vancouver Island based sea farm, Harper was simply looking for a way to extract phytoplankton from the ocean and then recreate its bloom in tanks.
For a fabulous light summer meal, this ribbon salad will have your family or dinner guests reaching for seconds. Kids equally love this salad for its fun nature of twirling carrots on their fork! You can simply create a work of art for under five dollars and everyone at the table will be impressed. It turns the humble carrot into a very sophisticated dish!
We also love adding grilled shrimp or wild salmon on the side.