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Healthy Eggs
Blog, Diet

6 Ways to Eat Eggs

Most of us reserve eggs for just breakfast, but there are a variety of ways to eat eggs that can easily be incorporated into any healthy meal prep.  Here are six ways to consider eating eggs. 

Bites, Recipes

Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Muffins

It’s pumpkin spice season!  Time to eat and drink everything to do with pumpkin and for good reason too.  Pumpkin is a versatile fall food that can be made into sweet and savoury dishes.  Plus, it’s low in calories, high in antioxidants and fibre.  Here’s my fave pumpkin spice muffin recipe that’s packed with fall flavour and plenty of other good stuff too.

Blog, Diet

8 Foods to Pump Up Your Oatmeal

We all love oatmeal, no matter if its quick oats, steel cut or rolled.  Oatmeal is a diverse food that delivers a great source of fibre, iron, magnesium and energizing b-vitamins.  Not too mention it’s also been shown to help with digestion, and have heart health benefits.   The best part of oatmeal, you can add many different ingredients to add even more benefits, not to mention create many different flavours!  Try these 8 healthy ingredients to help pump up your oatmeal! 

Bites, Recipes

Healthy Chicken Shawarma

When you think of Chicken Shawarma, you probably don’t think of the word healthy!  But it certainly can be, it’s all in the prep and the ingredients. You can have healthy chicken shawarma – choose white meat over dark meat, use olive oil, reduce the dairy and bake or grill your chicken.  Here’s my version of Healthy Chicken Shawarma with Gluten Free Tabouleh and Coconut Yoghurt Tahini. 

beetroot hummus
Bites, Recipes

Healthy Beetroot Hummus Dip

Beetroot can be roasted, chopped and dropped into a salad or blended into a smoothie.  But, perhaps the best way to enjoy this root is blended with chickpeas into a healthy beetroot hummus dip – yum!

Blog, Diet, Fat Burning

How to Build Healthy Keto Meals

Traditional keto diets are centered on a diet that is made up of mostly fat –  75 to 80% of your calories;  while 10 to 15% come from protein and the remaining 10 to 5% from carbs.  This diet limits carbs so much, that it forces your body to use up any fat on the body as fuel in a process called ketosis.

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