Simple, Healthy Snacks to Keep You on Track

POST BY: adminDATE : January 13th, 2017

Adopting a healthier lifestyle can be tough –  it means breaking old habits, embracing new foods and often times getting better acquainted with the kitchen. When it comes to healthy eating, it seems that failing to plan really is planning to fail. Having some go-to recipes is incredibly important. Eating the exact same foods every […]


Healthy + Easy Kids’ Snacks

POST BY: adminDATE : September 20th, 2016

Between work, family/social commitments, getting kids back into a routine, homework assignments and extracurricular activities, fall can be an incredibly hectic time of year. Many parents are left time-starved and feel drained at the thought of packing lunches and preparing after school snacks. It can also be challenging to find inspiration for healthy snacks that […]


Gluten Free Fruit Pizza

POST BY: adminDATE : August 15th, 2016

I’ve always had a weak spot for pancakes, waffles and pastries. As a result, enjoying breakfast seemed to be particularly tough after going  gluten free. As I began to learn more about how high-sugar breakfasts contribute to overeating, mood swings, blood sugar imbalances and hormone fluctuations though, I quickly began to see the benefit in […]


Cumin-Paprika Rutabaga ‘Fries’

POST BY: adminDATE : July 15th, 2016

Piqued your interest? Rutabaga ‘fries’?! Yes, I’m serious. Rutabaga fries are exactly as they sound, fries made from rutabaga! 


Understanding How Stress Affects the Body

POST BY: adminDATE : July 12th, 2016

We all hear about about the importance of reducing our stress levels, but would you actually be able to explain what’s happening in the body when dealing with chronic stress? 


Triple Layer Chocolate-Caramel Balls

POST BY: adminDATE : June 9th, 2016

Although I often avoid sweets in order to feel great, I always have a few ‘treat’ recipes on-hand to help me stay on track. (Hey, if I’m going to indulge, I’d much rather it be with something that tastes great but doesn’t contain weird ingredients or any dietary triggers for my MS.)


9 Things Being Diagnosed with MS Taught Me

POST BY: adminDATE : June 1st, 2016

This summer, I am coming up on 7 years since my official Multiple Sclerosis (MS) diagnosis.  If you haven’t read my full story, check out my blog post here where I share my story.


The Big Mak Salad

POST BY: adminDATE : April 26th, 2016

Given Krishn enjoys a good burger from time to time, I recently set out with the goal of creating a salad that would be satiating and stop fast food cravings in their tracks. Gluten free and Paleo-friendly, the Big Mak salad is reminiscent of something you might find on a burger joint’s menu, but is 100% guilt free.


Spring Asparagus & Hemp Seed Salad

POST BY: adminDATE : March 28th, 2016

After months of cold weather, many of us are feeling anxious for anything and everything that encompasses spring. While soul-soothing warming dishes and comfort foods serve us well throughout the winter months, chances are you’re starting to feel a bit sluggish by now. Maybe you’ve put on a few pounds (really, what species DOESN’T throughout the winter!?) Or, maybe your body is now calling out for more refreshing, lighter fare. Either way, the transition into spring can be the perfect time to hit the reset button and provide the body with a little extra love. Just like we focus on spring cleaning for our homes, our bodies sometimes need some spring cleanup too.


Cleansing Berry-Green Smoothie

POST BY: adminDATE : March 28th, 2016

This Cleansing Berry-Green Smoothie doesn’t look green at all and even has a tangy, yet sweet flavour – it contains berries loaded with antioxidants, healthy fats, and a variety of nutrient-dense greens such as parsley, spinach and green tea.