Sometimes, eating well is something you have to make work for you. Sometimes its glamorous, sometimes its seriously not. Sometimes, its just fun. The point of this post is to inspire you to get back in the kitchen and make some [Real Food]. It doesn’t matter what it looks like or how its put together. The point is that it is working for you. So I met with my friend Nikki to learn more about her technique with creating dinner" “troughs” (and of course, to eat one myself!) and to find out about how this portion works for her.Read More
Harvest Time! When all the fresh colors and green are gone, nature leaves us with beautiful oranges, browns and dark greens. Here in the Okanagan, we often complain about the transition to fall as we miss our hot weather but it's still a gorgeous time of year and the foods available are still plentiful, simple and tasty, like this delightful & simple Okanagan Harvest casserole.Read More
When I first started eating a whole foods diet, when I was studying nutrition in Vancouver BC, I heard the term “whole foods” a lot, and that a whole foods diet is very health-promoting. But I felt a little silly that I didn’t know what “whole foods” meant, exactly.
And when I assume (you know what happens when you assume, don't you?) that my clients know this too, I am reminded that, well, no, not always is this the case. So I'm here to explain it.Read More
Find the Root cause of your issues using FOOD so you can stop with the luggage of supplements. REAL FOOD is the path to health, and not expensive pills, shakes or supplements. You won't always find 100% healing at the bottom of a pill bottle.
These products sell because they sell us a promise. They sell us a quick fix.Read More