October 18, 2016Cooked oatmeal with fruit, oatmeal cookies, oatmeal pancakes and even overnight oats may be some recipes that come to mind when you think of oats. But what about making this whole grain into a savory dish? Here are some recipes to get you started.
July 26, 2016You may know that whole grains are a healthy choice, but are you unsure about how to cook them? Here are some tips to get you on the whole grain train!
July 13, 2016Here are some low-cost, no-cook healthy food ideas to keep in your back pocket for days when you can’t, or simply don’t want to, cook.
March 29, 2016When did choosing eggs get so confusing? Wading through information ranging from cholesterol to farming practices can be overwhelming! Well…Let’s get cracking at learning more. Read on.
March 15, 2016These days, it seems like everyone has some nutrition advice to share. But how can you be sure the advice is trustworthy? Read on to get the inside scoop.
March 1, 2016Have you ever bitten off more than you can chew when it comes to making changes to your diet? If so, I think this year’s Nutrition Month theme, The 100 Meal Journey, can help make these changes a bit easier to swallow.
December 1, 2015I have a sporadic relationship with my slow cooker. I can completely forget about it for months on end and then something will remind me of it (usually a co-worker’s great looking lunch), I’ll dust it off and be back in love.Using my slow cooker reminds me of its many benefits. First off, they’re fairly inexpensive to buy and cheap to use (they use less electricity than an oven). They’re great for developing flavours in recipes and tenderizing less expensive cuts of meat. Many recipes take little effort and when you get home you’re greeted with the smell of supper ready and waiting for you.
November 10, 2015Looking for a recipe for success when it comes to eating to reach or maintain a healthy body weight? Choosing foods that are packed with water and fibre can help you to feel full and energized. Learn how.
November 3, 2015The path to healthier eating begins in your kitchen. Get started with a kitchen makeover.
July 14, 2015Milk and dairy products are excellent sources of essential nutrients, including vitamin D and calcium; both of which are important to staying strong and healthy at any age. But many people don’t eat or drink these foods due to lactose intolerance, allergic reactions, ethical reasons, or taste preferences and seek to find these nutrients elsewhere.