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It can be hard to stay on track with your diet over the holidays, particularly when there are so many parties and gatherings filled with tasty (and tempting) treats. Use these tips to help you celebrate the holidays the healthy way.
The classic combination of peanut butter and banana is a treat that’s known worldwide. Here are two recipes to turn them into a sweet, healthy dessert!
This quick and versatile quinoa chickpea salad can be served hot or cold, which makes it the perfect meal for any time of the year!
Pulses seem to have flown under the radar as a nutritious ingredient in many meals – partially because there is some confusion as to what they really are. Here’s everything that you need to know about pulses and how to incorporate them in your diet! So what is a pulse? Pulses are the dry edible seeds […]
It’s estimated that 15% of people over the age of 65 are deficient in vitamin B12.
If you’re one of them, you’re missing out on an often underappreciated vitamin that’s responsible for some crucial functions.
Insulin resistance can lead to Type 2 diabetes and other serious health conditions. Learn what you can do to reverse insulin resistance and prevent chronic diseases from taking hold.
Improvements in nutrition by both partners help to decrease ovulatory disorders and improve fertility. Learn what to eat and what to avoid for healthy conception from Dietitian, Bahar Brocken.
This recipe that will start your day off right. Tropical flavour, naturally sweet and 24g of protein per serving to help keep you full.
Kefir (pronounced “ka-fear”) is a fermented milk drink like a thin yogurt that originates from eastern Europe.