Ciabotta (also known as ciambotta or giambotta ) is a common summer dish in Abruzzo, as well as all throughout southern Italy. Similar to the French ratatouille, this vegetable stew is made up of seasonal Mediterranean vegetables slowly cooked down with tomatoes and finished with fresh basil. My Nonna (a.k.a. Ma) made this dish every…Read More
DID YOU KNOW? Grass-fed beef contains significantly higher levels of omega-3s (between 2 and 5 times more) than grain-fed beef. Omega-3s play an important role in your health and can help with: Symptoms of Metabolic Syndrome Inflammation Autoimmune Diseases Prevention of Cancer Fatty Liver Bone and Joint Health Depression, Anxiety & Mental Disorders Eye Health…Read More
Did you know? One avocado contains between 11–17 grams of fiber, which is more than almost any other fruit and most servings of vegetables, grains and beans too! High-fiber foods are important if you experience digestive issue since fiber helps to increase healthy bacteria in your gut while decreasing bad bacteria that may be the…Read More
Are you craving a refreshing drink to sip on while enjoying the summer heat? Give this healthy and delicious Strawberry Pineapple Smoothie a try. Loaded with antioxidants and vitamins – and sweetened with Mother Nature’s candy. It’s the perfect summer time drink for when you’re chilling on the porch or kickin’ it poolside! TIP: Use…Read More
I never thought I’d see the day where a chicken burger would find its way to the top of my list of favourite dishes, but the day has come. I didn’t think much of these sticky patties as I cursed at them while struggling to roll them into balls. BUT after just one bite of…Read More
Check out this awesome and simple recipe for low-carb, keto & paleo friendly burgers. You can serve these burger patties open-faced or sandwich them between 2 portobello “buns”. Grab onto these delicious burgers with your hands or enjoy them with a fork and knife. Dress up your burgers with your favourite condiments and toppings OR…Read More
Oranges are not only a great source of vitamin C – providing 163% of your daily needs in just one orange – but they’re also a great source of fiber. One large orange provides you with 17% of your daily fiber needs. Fiber from whole foods is important for both weight loss and gut health,…Read More
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Did you know? Maca is known for its hormone balancing effects. Maca has been studied to help normalize the symptoms of premenstrual/menstrual symptoms, as well as the symptoms of menopause including hot flashes, night sweats, cramps, fatigue and lethargy. Look for gelatinized maca for easier digestion and absorption. This Macachino makes for a great coffee…Read More
3 ways chia seeds can support your digestive health … 1. Loaded with fiber! Chia seeds contain 11 grams of fiber per ounce, which will give you 44% of your fiber needs for the day. 2. Promotes regular bowel movements and prevents constipation. Because of their high fiber content, chia seeds help increase stool frequency…Read More