This year Nutrition Month is all about unlocking the potential of food: to fuel, discover, prevent, heal, and bring us together. This week’s post focuses on small changes you can make for optimal health that may help you reduce your risk of some chronic diseases. Three Eating Patterns for Optimal Health While there are many
I’ve recently discovered my baby loves cinnamon. I had some leftover egg mix for French toast the other week, so I cooked it up to give to her with breakfast. Of course, it had cinnamon in it. She couldn’t get enough. I’d been planning to come up with a recipe for mini muffins to make
This year Nutrition Month is all about unlocking the potential of food: to fuel, discover, heal, prevent, and bring us together. Dietitians love food – it’s a big part of why we do the work we do. For many of us, our love for food began in childhood. This post highlights some tips for getting
The sun may be shining here in Vancouver, but the air sure is cold! Comfort foods have become a mainstay as of late, so I thought I would highlight a hearty green that will make a nutritious addition to your soups and stews. This week’s Fresh Pick is chard.
Update: Hands down, this was the most popular recipe from my previous site, Mel’s Food Blog. I’ve re-tested and re-shot it and made a few changes to the recipe, mostly improving the instructions for clarity. I’ve also upped the carrot a bit and reduced the overall liquid for a thicker soup. Feel free to play
Update: This was one of the most popular recipes from my previous site, Mel’s Food Blog. I’ve re-tested and re-shot it, making some minor wording changes. I’ve also tried this out with some other vegetables and it works great. Zucchini, carrot, and cucumber all work great! Earlier this month, I was inspired by Desiree Nielsen