The colourful combination of yam, apple, and kale provides a rich source of potassium; vitamin K, A, C; and flavanoids. Its also great source of soluble fibre.
Buckwheat does not contain “wheat” and is gluten free. We refer to buckwheat as a whole grain, yet is it actually a fruit seed related to the rhubarb family.
This tasty salad can be packed for lunch, a snack, or served alongside dinner. It provides 2 servings of fruits and vegetables and is high in Omega 3 fats.
You may have turned up your nose at this type of legume in the past, but read on about the nutritional benefits of edamame and it will make you think twice!
This week’s recipe is a healthier take on a traditional accompaniment to most pancake breakfasts.
This gluten free, low sodium vegetarian dish balances carbohydrates, protein, healthy fat and fibre. It is also high in vitamins, folate and calcium.
Greek yogurts provide as much calcium as your traditional yogurts, but a ¾ cup of plain Greek yogurt can contain as much protein as 3 ounces of chicken!
Spot prawns plus the fresh asparagus equals one fantastically tasty and simple dish! Serve with quinoa, rice vermicelli or pasta, if desired.
It’s always a busy time of year for families. Here is a simple, healthy weeknight recipe. Those extra omega 3’s from salmon are especially good for little brains!
There is no ‘magic food bullet’ that will stop cancer in its tracks. However, research has identified key nutrition steps that you can start taking now that will help prevent cancer.