Wednesday, 18 December 2013
Saturday, 30 November 2013
Monday, 18 November 2013
Sunday, 27 October 2013
Sunday, 20 October 2013
Coming up next, an October Superfood of the Month, stay tuned!
Wednesday, 25 September 2013
Sunday, 8 September 2013
Sunday, 28 July 2013
Tuesday, 2 July 2013
Tuesday, 11 June 2013
On the plus side, I finally became a real resident of Ontario last week after waiting for hours in line at the Service Ontario office. I guess its sort of symbolic that I sold my mountain bike and bought a hybrid bike instead. Goodbye Alberta, hello crazy traffic in downtown Toronto.
I have attached what I think are some of the top stories this week that will make for an interesting read.
I really shouldn't post this because I want to win a copy of her beautiful new cookbook, but was feeling extra generous today and thought I would share this fabulous giveaway with all my readers
I love baking with coconut flour because of it's great taste and quality nutrition. The problem is that is absorbs a huge quantity of liquid, which requires lots of eggs in recipes. I have a few friends who are allergic to eggs and wanted to share this recipe so they could enjoy these delicious goodies!
This article is something everyone should read and take a minute to think about. My favorite line is "My mother used to constantly say “Worry about yourself." I couldn't agree more. Quit judging people around here, instead focus on yourself and making your life the best and healthiest it can be.
A great article for all women who have a fear of lifting out there to read. I am a huge fan of strength training, and anyone who is a slave to the cardio machines should really think about adding some strength and conditioning components into their workouts.
Happy Reading, Stayed tuned for June Superfood of the Month
Thursday, 23 May 2013
Tuesday, 7 May 2013
Starting from the top left, yes snack sized packs of almonds aren't exactly eco-friendly, but they came in handy when I was in Boston for a week long conference. You can stuff one or two 100-calorie packs in your purse and that way you always have a healthy snack on hand
Hemp hearts and flaxseeds are both great sources of healthy fats, I mix them with buckwheat grouts and chia seeds to make my own homemade version of holy crap cereal. If you're allergic to eggs, you can also use 'flax eggs' as a substitute in baking.
This is the biggest pack of sun-dried tomatoes I have ever seen and will probably take me an entire year to get through. Sun-dried tomatoes make a tasty addition to homemade hummus, salads, appetizers and sauces.