Fall season and back to school often make it difficult to get excited for the most important meal of the day, but breakfast shouldn’t be ignored. We have some great, easy breakfast recipes that are not only easy and simple to integrate into your morning routine, but full of protein to keep you going right up until lunchtime! There’s no excuse not to eat healthy now. Here are our top 10 easy breakfasts to start your day off on the right foot!
#10 – Buckwheat Pancake with Sm...
In order to treat and/or prevent cancer, it can be tempting to turn towards alternative options to traditional medicine, as it is for many other diseases. This article isn’t about encouraging or discouraging you to do that, I simply want to make you aware of certain dietary myths that surround cancer and nutrition.
Myth #1 – Superfoods can cure cancer
Researchers have long looked for single foods that could prevent cancer. The current consensus differs a little from this hypothesis....
Three times a day, 365 days a year, there is meal after meal. We’d like to give our family and ourselves the very best foods for our health, spending time and energy shopping and cooking. And we’re constantly bombarded from all sides with “healthy messages” (eat less fat, more fiber, no cholesterol, gluten-free, etc.). Sometimes we lose our minds!
But we can’t forget that often pleasure rhymes with health. So here are my top 7 guilty pleasures, which to date have a...
During heat waves, when the outside thermometer reads over 30°C and the humidity index rises, we don’t have much of an appetite in general. But we still have to eat and drink well, avoiding foods that are difficult to digest and favouring those rich in water.
So here are 10 good choices:
This cold, tomato-based soup is very refreshing. With plenty of vegetables and hard-boiled eggs as garnish, it’s almost a meal in itself.
With yogurt, cucumbers, and m...
Blueberries rank very high on the list of fruits for their total antioxidant capacity, followed closely by cranberries, blackberries, raspberries and strawberries.
Wild blueberries have even greater nutritional values than cultivated blueberries.
So we should make the most of summer to include them in our menu and stock up on them.
Blueberries are indigenous to North America, while its European cousin, the bilberry, is native to Eurasia. Both grow on shrubs of the genus Vaccinium. Blueberries a...