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The Spring Equinox was yesterday, bringing us much closer to sunny jacket-free days.  However, it's still cold in Toronto and we're bracing ourselves for a few more blustery weeks.  When it's cold, there is nothing better than cozying up at the end of the day....

Chocolate and peanut butter (or almond butter) is one of our favourite combinations, classic.  You really can't go wrong when the two flavours are combined, except when they are loaded with lots of sugar. We encourage all of our clients to reduce their sugar intake and...

There's nothing quite like a refreshing leafy green salad for a meal when it's hot outside.  This recipe is filled with antioxidant rich green vegetables, plus the digestive supporting sauerkraut.  For those of you who are wary of sauerkraut, this is an easy and tasty...

It's the height of summer in Toronto and sometimes the only thing that we want to do is drink something icy cold.  The only problem is that ordering lemonade at a restaurant or cafe is a guarantee for consuming added sugar.  And, although drinking unsweetened...

When I was kid, I was in love with Eggo waffles and pancakes.   In love – like, we had a full on love affair.  I can remember galloping downstairs to our electric turquoise 90’s kitchen before school started, popping the Eggos in the toaster, coating...

We love granola and are always looking for new and different spins on the traditional granola recipe.  This recipe is still easy to make and uses some ingredients that are more unique than your average raisins. Walnuts: Walnuts are one of the best nuts because they provide...

What is the best type of green tea to drink to prevent cancer? Green tea contains a compound called polyphenols, specifically catechins, which protect the plant from fungus and bacteria when it is growing.  When green tea is harvested, the catechins remain in the tea that...

Unless you take turmeric as a supplement or make Indian food for dinner everyday, it can be quite challenging to get the bright yellow spice into your diet. As with most nutrients, turmeric is better assimilated by the body when it is eaten in a...

It's Channukah, which means it's time to eat lots and lots of latkes.  These deliciously, Jewish savoury treats are also known as potato pancakes and they are a must this time of year. Traditionally, latkes are made with white potatoes, white flour and are fried in...

Cashew Sumac Kale 1 bunch of kale, chopped finely 1 cup toasted cashews 2 tsp sumac 2 tsp olive oil 2 cloves garlic, pressed sea salt to taste Directions: 1. Rinse and chop the kale. 2. Saute the minced garlic in olive oil for a minute, until softened.  Add the kale and sumac and...