Recipes (186)

18 Jan
Salmon is loaded with protein and the two blockbuster omega-3s, DHA and EPA, that make us happy, smart and pain-free. As the body can’t make omega-3 fatty acids, the best way to obtain them is through the food we eat. Salmon, along with sardines, mackerel, herring, halibut, pacific cod, and Arctic char, can be a sustainable source of omega-3 fish. According to the David Suzuki Foundation we need to be careful about how the fish is cultivated and harvested. Click on this article for...
12 Jan
Did you know that 10 snap peas equal only 14 calories? Snap peas are a perfect portable snack packed with manganese, vitamin C and folate. I think the snap pea is the ultimate variety as it has all the juiciness of garden-variety peas and the soft shell of the snow pea. The good news is that this means less work for you because you don’t have to shuck them, and more beneficial fibre from eating the pod. To find out more about why snap peas are a perfect snack, click here.   ...
06 Jan
  This breakfast is not only tasty, but also incredibly healthy! The apples each contain 5 grams of fiber, including pectin, which is very beneficial for cleansing the gallbladder. Flax is one of the highest sources of soluble fiber, which cleanses the colon and reduces cholesterol. Flax seeds contain up to 800 times more active lignans (plant estrogens found in the outer husk) than other plant sources. Studies have shown that these powerful antioxidants may reduce the risk of...
04 Jan
One of the tasty recipes from my new book, Hot Detox! The garlic in this recipe will scent the artichokes and add extra flavour. Classically, artichokes are served with melted butter. Try this dairy-free dipping sauce as a replacement. Olive oil is rich in omega-9 fats, which may help balance cholesterol. For more food facts about artichokes, click here. Ingredients: 4             artichokes 2 tbsp     lemon juice 
2-3          garlic cloves              ...
30 Dec
This amazing flatbread is a wonderful substitute for bread and perfect for making savoury wraps. Warning: They are very addictive! Fortunately they are also high in fibre, protein and health fats. These are a perfect vehicle for my cashew cream cheese featured in my new book, Hot Detox.   Ingredients: 4 cups            cooked red quinoa (cook as instructed on the package.) ½ cup             chia seed 1 cup              water 1/2-1 tsp         sea salt 1...
29 Dec
Looking for a festive non-alcoholic drink to share at a party? The ingredients in this recipe will have your adrenals so pumped, you’ll feel a natural energy “high” and you won’t miss the alcohol. Maca is typically found in the Andes, at a high location where the land is barren and weather conditions extreme. These harsh conditions contain very high mineral content that translates into maca root being very high in nutrients, qualifying it as a superfood. An adaptogen is a...
28 Dec
  This wonderful omelette celebrates the flavours of Italy. It’s both super high in protein and deeply satisfying. The onions and oregano in the seasoning contain phytonutrients that protect the olive oil from being damaged from cooking heat. The broccoli and carrot provide lots of healing vitamin A and fibre, which are beneficial for the digestive system.   Ingredients: 1 tbsp     organic olive oil 1 tsp       Italian herb blend (basil, marjoram,...
27 Dec
  Today’s the day! My new book Hot Detox: A 21-Day Anti-Inflammatory Program to Heal Your Gut and Cleanse Your Body, is now formally released in Canada. For those that have already purchased your copy, THANK YOU!    Be sure to share photos of your food creations on my social media at these links: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.   Let me know what you think of the book. Please take a few minutes and submit a review on Amazon.ca. I look forward to reading your...
23 Dec
  Here’s a sneak peek of a recipe from my new book, Hot Detox! My sister, Lynn, wanted to create a new birthday cake so you could celebrate even when on a cleanse. It has a whole pineapple in it, so get ready to smile!    Ingredients: 6                    pineapple rings, cut 1⁄2 inch thick  4 tsp              ground cinnamon, divided  20                  frozen cherries 1⁄2 cup           pecan pieces 2⁄3 cup           whole white chia seeds (Use...
22 Dec
  This is my mom’s recipe, so it’s true comfort food to me! I’ve made different versions for every birthday in my family since I realized that my joint and digestive pain was caused by intolerance to gluten and sugar. This cake not only tastes great but also delivers a medicinal dose of cinnamon. You may be shocked by the 7 tsp used in the recipe, but if you divide the cake into 14 pieces, then each piece has 1/2 tsp of cinnamon. This amount of cinnamon, if taken on a daily...

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