The Nourising and Anti-Cancer Cauliflower! If you are in the mood for a delicious hardy soup, here is a recipe for it. I enjoy soups year round but now that the weather is turning a little cooler is the perfect time for a deliciously warming bowl of hot soup for the whole family! But […]
A blog about how wrapping vegetables in plastic encourages rot and mold in vegetables.
A blog about the widespread ignorance about gluten sensitivity. The author’s brother would probably still be alive had he been diagnosed properly. The author believes he died because of undiagnosed celiac disease.
In this blog Catherine DeVos, RHN, talks about why it makes good sense to grow your own leafy greens.
A similar article appeared in the May 2014 issue of the Aurora Youth Soccer Club magazine Blades of Grass. Green Smoothies for the Young Athlete Winter can be a season of weight gain and hibernation for some, as snow and icy conditions can put a damper on one’s fitness activities. Food choices in winter can also […]
In this blog Catherine discusses how green smoothie can support osteoporosis and also help support young athletes like soccer players in their recovery after a soccer game.
this blog is about how food allergies mask as ear infections
It’s been quite a dreary day today, so I decide to do some indoor baking. I was looking for some nutritious cookie recipes, so I baked my own version of Meghan Telpner’s Almond Power Cookie recipe featured in her recent book published last year by McClelland Stewart. There are thousands of cookie recipes out there, might […]
If you know me a bit, you’ll know I just love Asian cuisine! From the spicy delightful Rendang of Indonesia/Malaysia to the amazing Red Curry of Thailand to the stunning stir fries of Chinese cuisine…Asian cuisine is truly amazing period. I made sure my ex hubby and I exposed our children to Asian cuisine early […]
I first discovered Ethiopian cuisine on a date at “The Queen of Sheba” restaurant on Bloor St. many years ago. This type of African cuisine is so amazing, and fun, because it is traditionally eaten with your fingers. Ethiopian cuisine often consists of vegetables, legumes and meats cooked in stews and then served on injera. […]