So I’m going on a road trip this weekend to Montreal with a couple girl friends. I haven’t perused Montreal nearly as much as I’d like so I’m pretty excited.
I’m also thinking that I need to plan well so my health regimen doesn’t get too far off track. I’ve been pretty consistent lately making sure I have green juice every day, not eating after 8 pm (at least 2 hours before bed), avoiding processed and refined foods (white flour, sugar, packaged foods), and eating mindfully (rather than on the go, while working or in front of the tele).
When traveling, trying new foods, and exploring new places, it’s completely natural to treat yourself to a little more than you normally would (and you should!).I definitely want to enjoy myself and have a good time. Continue reading Staying Healthy on the Road
Something really wonderful happened in my kitchen today. If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I recently bought a juicer. I’ve been trying to make one juice per day, as it gives my digestive system a break, and provides me with so many nutrients from veggies I realistically would not eat on a daily basis. But what about all the pulp? Continue reading Soft & Delicious “Juice Pulp” Brownies
Hi there lovelies!
How are you feeling after all that green beer and celebrating Saint Patrick? Are you wishing there was something you could do to ease your hangover? Here are a few great ideas to get your body back up to par and flushing out the toxins of yesterday Continue reading 7 Simple ways to help your body recover from a hangover
I got this frittata recipe from Julie Daniluk and love it. It’s not my typical go-to ingredients or seasonings so it’s a great way to add diversity to my menu. It’s also the first time I made a frittata 🙂 Loaded with nutrient-dense ingredients, this frittata makes for a well-rounded meal for breakfast, lunch, or supper.
Leeks contain the stress-reducing bioflavonoid quercetin, olives contain healthy fats and antioxidants, while oregano is a potent antimicrobial and the artichokes help to gently sustain liver function. Continue reading Artichoke, Leek & Black Olive Baked Frittata
Inside our digestive tract lies the enteric nervous system, a complex web of neurons that links the gut to the spinal cord and brain.
Nicknamed the ‘gut-brain axis’, this connection often guides the instincts we experience deep within the belly. It also means that what’s going on in our stomachs can impact our brain function, and our thoughts, feelings and emotions can influence our digestion (including the amount of bloating, gas, diarrhea or constipation we experience). Continue reading How our brain can influence our gut health
I want to share with you a slightly modified version of a quinoa patty recipe I found back in 2012 from the famous Food Babe. It was initially intended as burger patties but I LOVE LOVE LOVE adding them to my salads (an idea I got from Bridgehead and my obsession for their salads with tiny patties to break up), it adds density and allows your salad to truly feel like a meal. Continue reading Delicious quinoa patties (for burgers or salads)