Turmeric, the bright, vibrant, yellow spice added to everything from curries to smoothies to oatmeal and even lattes (i.e. “golden milk”), has gained quite a reputation for being a nutritional superstar for its touted anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. But where exactly is the science with this, and how much turmeric does one need to ingest to boast any health benefit?
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Adapted from Pinch of Yum, this cozy, bright, and nourishing “golden temple” soup is loaded with anti-inflammatory ingredients like turmeric, cauliflower, and cashews.
Just because a meal sounds fancy, doesn’t mean it has to be complicated. This recipe for a one-pan paprika chicken bake takes about 10 minutes to prepare and is full of flavour and veggies to please everyone in your family!
One of the most common pieces of advice we give to clients is to eat more veggies. However we often find it difficult to get that recommended half plate-full of veggies at lunch and dinner. So why is it so tough and what can we do to eat more?
In the heart of the winter months, what better time to introduce recipes that provide a little comfort? The problem is that often comfort food is not associated with healthy food. Learn how to change this in your own recipes!
This is not your standard beef, tomato, cheese lasagna, it’s a white lasagna loaded with some of the winter season’s healthiest produce (fennel, savoy cabbage, leeks, mushrooms). It is sure to hit the spot for comfort food, all the while covering all of your nutritional bases.
We could all use more beans and lentils in our lives whether it be to lose weight, reduce cholesterol, manage diabetes, or simply to eat less meat.
This is comfort food at its best. And, if you need a delicious and healthy way to go meatless, this is your recipe.