Blog / Nutrition / Recipes / August 30, 2016

Making your own nut butter is fun, simple, and only requires some nuts and a food processor. And you would no longer need to buy processed peanut butter from the grocery store, which can be hiding nasty additives. Discover how to make nut butter yourself.

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Nutrition / Recipes / August 26, 2016

This ancient tradition of fermenting sweetened tea is believed to have many health benefits, one of which is improved digestion as a result of the naturally occurring probiotics.

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Nutrition / Recipes / July 19, 2016

Today we’re sharing another healthy recipe that is not only easy to make, but also full of flavor. The humble sweet potato is an easy-to-find addition to your diet that is a rich source of beta carotene, complex carbohydrates, fibre, and vitamin A and C.

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Nutrition / Recipes / July 5, 2016

This is a new recipe I thought up and cooked over the weekend because my son, Galen, can actually eat all the ingredients! At the moment, he is avoiding dairy, all the grains and more. So, I’ve had to get a little creative. Thankfully, this turned out really well – and looks beautiful! Pesto is so versatile. It makes a great pasta sauce, it also works well with steamed vegetables, potatoes, even in omelets! There are tons of uses and thus, lots of ways to sneak more bone-building greens into meals.       Cannellini Beans with Basil Pesto and Kalamata Olives Ingredients: Cannellini beans, 1 quart dried organic beans (least $ in the bulk section of your grocery) Basil, organic, 4 ounces Extra virgin, organic olive oil 1/4 cup (avoid oils packaged in plastic, look for glass or metal…

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