greek ancient grain salad

Greek Ancient Grain Salad

Use any one of the 6 recommended ancient grains to make this easy Greek salad. Only about 216 calories per serving!

asian ancient grain salad

Asian Ancient Grain Salad

If you love Asian food, you should try this nutritious (and calorie – conscious) salad. Use any one (or a combination) of the 6 recommended ancient grains.

mexican ancient grain salad

Mexican Ancient Grain Salad

Use any one of the 6 recommended ancient grains for a healthy Mexican grain salad. It’s only about 294 calories per serving!

indian ancient grain salad

Indian Ancient Grain Salad

Mmmm, curry! Use any one of the 6 recommended ancient grains for this healthy Indian grain salad. It’s only about 321 calories per serving!


Hearty Barley Mushroom Soup

Barley is the key to this dish! An underused grain, it makes this soup delicious and filling.

pork lentil lettuce wraps

Pork & Lentil Lettuce Wraps

There are a plethora of reasons why we, as dietitians, love our lentils!


Black Bean Soup

This is one of the easiest (and tastiest) soups you can make, never mind that it is packed with fibre, protein and slow-burning carbohydrate. Make sure to rinse your canned beans well to reduce their salt content. If you feel ambitious, use a the “Quick Soak” method for preparing the black beans.


Soul Soothing Seed and Nut Loaf

When the weather cools down we often crave rich comfort foods. Foods that soothe the soul can be healthy too! Choosing whole grains and breads with seeds, nuts and added fibre will keep your blood sugar stable, your appetite in control and prevent unwanted winter weight gains.

grain salad with asparagus and parmesan

Grain Salad with Asparagus and Parmesan

With harvest in full swing it is a great time to learn more about cooking with grains! The following recipe gives you a bunch of healthy and fibre-filled options to get creative with. Try it a few ways and see which you like best!

Dietitian Health Tip Boost your fibre intake

Dietitian Health Tip: Boost your fibre intake

Boost your fibre intake by adding bean/legumes to your meals this week.