"I don't know how to make vegetables and healthy food taste good."
Also known as: my reason for beginning this site.
Working as a Registered Dietitian in Vancouver, BC, it has occurred to me that a) some people really want to change their eating habits for the better and b) they usually don't have the tools to make this a reality.
So rather than having clients follow a one-size-fits-all meal plan or print off the same old recipes, I chose to challenge myself to cook and keep the recipes coming.
Each recipe has been selected for either ease in preparation, introducing new foods into one's diet, revamping unhealthy favourites, or a variety of these.
In summary: Food is everywhere. Make it work for you.
The return of the unprocessed food is upon us! Cleaning up your diet by taking the pledge amongst thousands. New recipes added everyday by Eating Rules (the main driver behind this campaign) and following my attempts at stepping outside of my fallback recipes.
Its not only females who are at risk of low iron: think athletes (i.e.
endurance runners), restrictive diets, vegetarians/vegans, gastrointestinal disorders, the elderly...the list goes on and on.
Difficulty concentrating, fatigue, weight gain, irritability, amenorrhea, and loss of libido are only a few of the signs you may be low in iron.
Yes, the Greeks are all of the rage. But what if there was an alternative with more protein and cost less? Keep reading...
In the kitchen, some don't think twice when stirring an extra tablespoon of solid coconut oil into their cooking. When 1 tbsp. has the same amount of unhealthy saturated fat as 4.5 mini squares of Lindt's 85% dark chocolate, and many I know don't stop at 1 tbsp. of coconut oil, how can it be the miracle worker that advertisements claim? Learn more here.