Whether you are vegan or not, it’s hard to argue against adding a little more veg into your diet. We’ve all seen how #meatlessmonday has taken social media by storm and there is plenty of info out there on how having more plantbased meals can help not only your health but the environment too. So…
This article is shared with permission from our friends at PaleoHacks. Banana peels, lemon rinds, strawberry tops and more. If you toss these edible foods out, you’re throwing away more than just “scraps” – you’re missing out on loads of nutrition. The bitter taste of banana peels and other undesirable parts of fruit and veggies… View Article
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This salad makes the perfect meal on the go! Mason jars are great tupperware storage alternatives. I love using glass instead of plastic whenever possible. I first started making these types of salads when I wanted to switch up my work lunches. It’s a great way to get in tons of vegetables and make a… View Article
When I discovered how easy it was to make vegan ice creams at home my life got infinitely more delicious! All you need are frozen bananas and a food processor and you’re good to go. I recommend that your bananas are super-ripe as the riper they get, the sweeter your ice cream will be…. View Article
Cutting a watermelon can get messy and slippery. We’re often left with mis-matched shapes and sizes and it can feel as if a lot of the watermelon gets wasted and thrown out with the rind! Well fear not, this is the perfect way to cut a watermelon into cubes with hardly ANY waste. Follow the… View Article
Most of the time, if I’m being completely honest, my go-to lunch or dinner is a big salad. Why? Salads give me the most bang for their buck. They require minimal effort (especially if you’ve prepped some veggies earlier in the week), and they’re full of healthy ingredients and flavours. Fibre, antioxidants, protein, phytonutrients, healthy… View Article
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No, you won’t be injecting this shot! This flu “shot” is something you can make any time of year as maintenance, or as soon as you feel any cold or flu symptoms coming on. This health elixir is very simple to make. Just stir all the ingredients together, add warm water, pour and sip. Here’s… View Article
If you’re trying trying to stay healthy by eating lots of vegetables that means you’re probably eating lots of salads. But let’s be honest, sometimes the same old salad can get a bit boring. Lettuce, tomato, cucumber maybe a protein and a bottled dressing can become a routine that makes vegetables feel like a chore…. View Article
I was at the market last week and couldn’t help but notice these beautiful, yellow-orange, perfectly ripe mangoes. They caught my attention and cravings ensued! I couldn’t wait to get them in the kitchen and whip something juicy up. Enter this mango lassi. Now, normally mango lassis have yogurt in them to provide some added… View Article
Let’s all take a moment to be honest with ourselves: If brownies were good for us, we would eat them every day. As it turns out, with a few substitutions, you can have your cake (err, brownie) and eat it, too, with these sugar-free, gluten-free protein brownies. Not only are they sweetened with Stevia and packed… View Article
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