Quinoa Chickpea Soup With Roasted Garlic & Veggies #SundaySupper

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  Rustic quinoa chickpea soup bursting with the flavor of roasted veggies, laced with herbs, fresh ginger and garlic! I am not kidding when I say I could eat this soup everyday… well almost everyday ūüôā ! This quinoa chickpea soup is a meal in itself: healthy fat, protein,carbs and veggies! You don’t need anything […]

Roasted Carrot Ginger Soup With Fresh Carrot Juice & Coconut Oil

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  Roasted carrot ginger soup with a swirl of fresh carrot juice and a dash of coconut oil is comfort food to me. I love soups all year around, but give me a warm hearty soup in winter and I need nothing else to eat. Roasting veggies or fruit intensifies their flavor and gives soups […]

Taking The October #Unprocessed Challenge By @eatingrules With Baby Steps


  October is unprocessed food month. ¬†Andrew Wilder from ‘Eating Rules’ is on mission to help people eat healthier ! How ? By cutting out or cutting down on processed food ! He’s asking people all over the world to take the October unprocessed challenge ! As much as I love the idea, eating totally […]

5 Tips For Eating Healthy On A Budget


I am pleased to have Steven Madison, a personal trainer and fitness expert ¬†guest post on my blog today. Useful information here on “Eating Healthy” without breaking the bank! ¬†Now over to Steve. ¬† Healthy eating is important in life. Although it’s usually a lot easier to swallow down a lot of junk food and […]

Ginger : Health Benefits & Creative Uses in Recipes!


  Aromatic, pungent and spicy ginger adds a special flavor and zest to any dish. ¬†An extraordinary spice with health benefits! Fresh ginger root is available year round in the produce section of your local market. ¬†Technically¬†ginger is a herb. The rhizome (underground stem) is used as a culinary spice and also as a medicine. […]

Fiber Bars vs Fiber Foods : Which Should You Choose ?

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Day 6 of the A – Z blogging challenge and I am blogging the letter F. I thought I would blog about my pet peeve ‘ Fiber’. I call it my pet peeve because I’m always wondering if my family, clients and myself are getting enough fiber in our diet. American Cancer Institute recommends 25 […]

Getting the Best Bang For Your Buck: Fresh Vs Frozen Produce.

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  March is National Nutrition Month and National Frozen food month. I thought I would club the two and do a couple of posts this month on frozen foods and nutrition.¬†Today am touching on produce: Fresh Vs ¬†Frozen! Which one is better? Talking with people, it appears that fresh is always better than frozen, but […]