Halloween might still be a little while away, but party season has begun. It’s a great opportunity to let your imagination run wild and create delectable yet devilish treats for your party guests. Here are ten of our favourite Halloween recipes from around the web, all of which are sure to spook and satisfy!
#10 – Easy Pumpkin Krispies
Source: yummy, Healthy, easy (www.yummyhealthyeasy.com)
These cute rice treats are fast and easy to make and a great way to have fun with the kids! We...
Nutrition is a constantly evolving science. Guidelines change rapidly, and sometimes even contradict each other! This is what has happened with the dietary guidelines for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
In fact, the latest scientific research, especially by researchers from MONASH University in Australia, has completely overrun the old guidelines, since the new ones dramatically reduce symptoms in 75% of people with IBS, which was not the case in the older scenario.
Since it can be difficult to ...
Detoxify your diet!
Over the past few years, it has become glaringly obvious that our grocery stores are crammed with processed food. However an increasingly popular movement is, in some way, an antidote to this problem: clean eating, i.e., a simple and natural diet. Its principles will result in improving the quality of what you eat while reducing your exposure to various potentially toxic compounds.
1. Cut down on your consumption of processed food
Put on your apron and cook! Home made versi...
What is hypertension?
One is said to suffer from hypertension (or high pressure) when the force exerted on the walls of the arteries by blood pumped from the heart throughout the human body is higher than normal. If nothing is done to lower blood pressure, the blood vessels harden and blood circulation gets restricted. Since the heart needs to work harder, it becomes exhausted and the possibility of developing a heart attack, stroke, heart failure, kidney failure or even dementia increases.
To help our readers keep healthy during the holidays, we are publishing here Health Canada’s recommendations
Food is an important part of many holiday celebrations. However, many of the foods found at holiday parties, such as baked goods, eggnog, cider, seafood and turkey, can carry viruses, bacteria or parasites that could cause foodborne illness (“food poisoning”).
Health Canada would like to remind all Canadians of some basic steps they can take to help reduce the risk of fo...