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  Whole grains are good for you. Wait, or are grains bad? And what about gluten; what IS gluten anyway? Are carbs really so bad? Do I need more fats? Why do some vegetables bloat me? Are fruits bad for me if I’m trying to lose weight? If a vegetarian diet has so many health […]

  Asparagus contain a special phytonutrient called saponins, which have have repeatedly been shown to have anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties. They’ve also been associated with improved blood pressure, improved blood sugar regulation, and better control of blood fat levels. Asparagus also contains high levels of the amino acid asparagine, which serves as a natural diuretic, […]

Having trouble losing weight? Can’t build muscle? Hormone troubles? You might be chemically clogged-up. Fact #1: Everything we are exposed to must go through the liver Fact #2: The liver plays a crucial role in several important functions in the body; including regulating hormonal balance, repairing and building new muscle, metabolizing all our foods and […]

I can’t even count the endless hours and dollars in ingredients I’ve spent trying to bake wholesome high-protein muffins, bars and pancakes,only to have it all go to waste. URGH!!!!! Here’s the reality: baking with vegan protein powder most often does not work well at all. It’s a texture thing. A vegan protein just does […]

Oxalates and oxalic acid is a colourless, organic compound that occurs naturally in plants, animals and in humans. It can also be ingested from food and has the potential to bind with calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc and copper in our intestines to form oxalates – insoluble salts; thus interfering with the absorption of these minerals; […]

Don’t forget the sweet potatoes on tomorrow’s Christmas dinner plate! They have massive amounts of beta -carotene, are an important antioxidant (vitamin C and E), and contain twice the amount of fibre as white potatoes!   Sweet potatoes also have high levels of B6 and Potassium, and are a potent source of manganese, which will […]

    DID YOU KNOW? One cup of broccoli contains almost twice the recommended amount of vitamin C is an excellent source of folate and vitamin E, and it’s high in beta carotene, calcium, iron, potassium, riboflavin, fibre and vitamin B. It’s also high in lutein and sulphorphane which encourages the production of cancer fighting […]

Pack a big punch of flavor and sweetness in salads, quinoa and other staples with dried cranberries. Yes they are quite high in sugar, however the trick is to cut them up into teeny pieces. Use either a good knife on a cutting board to chop them up or put them in your food processor. […]

Dr. David Reuben, author of Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Nutrition says, “white refined sugar is not a food. It is a pure chemical extracted from plant sources, purer in fact than cocaine, which it resembles in many ways. Its true name is sucrose and its chemical formula is C12H22O11. It has 12 […]

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