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40 Small Changes For A Healthier New Year

Posted by on Jan 1, 2016 in Blog and Recipes | 0 comments

40 Small Changes For A Healthier New Year

This is the second in the New Year’s resolutions series. This week is all about small, simple changes that can add up to big health and energy improvements. I just couldn’t narrow it down – so there is actually 43 options to choose from! See part 1 – all about how to choose and make goals that are truly healthy and sustainable here. Pick out 1 or 2 tasks that you feel are doable and get those working well before adding new ones. Some are more challenging than others, so whether it takes one week or one month before moving on resist the urge to take on too much, too soon. That...

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New Year, New Approach: Do Resolutions Differently

Posted by on Dec 30, 2015 in Blog and Recipes | 0 comments

New Year, New Approach: Do Resolutions Differently

Traditional New Year’s resolutions seem doomed to fail, especially when it comes to diet and weight – find out why it’s not about willpower, and how to make meaningful resolutions that stick.

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5 Ways To Stay Healthy Over The Holidays (without skipping all the fun)

Posted by on Nov 27, 2015 in Blog and Recipes | 2 comments

5 Ways To Stay Healthy Over The Holidays (without skipping all the fun)

With the holidays fast approaching, lots of clients are wondering how to navigate the parties, platters and chilly weather. The good news is you don’t have to skip all the good stuff to keep your health goals on track and avoid the typical bloating, low energy and weight gain.

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5 Veggie Soups To Ward Off The Winter Chill

Posted by on Nov 8, 2015 in Blog and Recipes | 0 comments

5 Veggie Soups To Ward Off The Winter Chill

With the cold and wet weather upon us here in BC, big salads are starting to lose some of their charm.  So how to pack in those nutrient rich veggies and banish the winter chill? Veggie packed soups bursting with flavour should do the trick! Here are 5 soups that are loaded with nutrition and add some much needed cozy to your lunch. Seared Broccoli and Potato Soup The quick sear (or broil) on the broccoli adds a ton of flavour to an otherwise basic soup. You’ve probably got most of these ingredients in your kitchen- what’s not to love! And broccoli is a member of the potent cruciferous...

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Is Meat The New Smoking? Why You Should Think Bigger.

Posted by on Nov 3, 2015 in Blog and Recipes | 0 comments

Is Meat The New Smoking? Why You Should Think Bigger.

So much of this week’s food and nutrition news has been devoted to the media headlines that bacon (and other processed meats, as well as red meat in general) is the new smoking. Or asbestos, depending which news outlet you read regularly. So what does this mean? Is bacon as bad for you as a cigarette? Quick answer is hell no-smoking is a high dose of poison. Meat certainly is not.

Read on for a balanced take on what the science says and how this applies to what you eat.

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Why Habit Equals Healthy Eating Success (And 11 Rituals To Try Now)

Posted by on Sep 28, 2015 in Blog and Recipes | 0 comments

Why Habit Equals Healthy Eating Success (And 11 Rituals To Try Now)

Habit doesn’t sound very sexy or fun, does it? It can be a hard sell to clients, but habits and rituals are absolutely the biggest piece of building a sustainable healthy eating plan, and making it stick.

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