We have a golden rule in our house, and it's one that I will insist upon until the day I die. Dinner is a meal meant to be shared, a meal that requires we are all around the dinner table, together. Let's talk about the power of connection when it comes to mealtimes.
This Thursday Health Basics post centres on one of my favourite foods: EGGS. These nourishing morsels of goodness have been unjustly disparaged in recent years. Today's blog post aims to get you on board the egg train. Eggs: nutrient density at its finest.
Today's blog post, albeit a short one, is one that is an easy thing to swap in. We'll talk about how to manage this at home, and how to manoeuvre this idea whilst on the road. Today's post is about how to DIY your own salad dressing, and why you might want to.
Good Thursday morning! This week's post is a quick and dirty one – and one close to my heart. It talks about two of my favourite things: dairy and fermentation. This blog post is for you if you like dairy. This blog post may also be for you if you are saying to yourself right now “Well Luka, I can't do dairy because I'm lactose intolerant”. It may also be something you want to check out if you find yourself reaching for that greek yogurt at the grocery store.
Read on for a full how-to on making lactose free yogurt + why you may want to make yr own greek yogurt.
One of the most confusing topics in my practice as a Holistic Nutritionist is the Great Fat Debate. What is a good fat? What isn't as good a fat? Which ones should we nix from our kitchen pantry?
In this next in the series of #mondayhealthbasics, let's take a gander at this hotly debated topic, albeit in a bit simpler form.
Without fail, I usually share with my clients the list of Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen that is put out every year by the folks at the Environmental Working Group. EWG is a non-profit organization that relies on foundations and individuals and a bit of consulting for their income, a group that has been around now for over 26 years. Every year, they put out their latest list of produce that registers the highest pesticide residues (that would be the Dirty Dozen) and those with the least amount (that would be the Clean Fifteen). Well kids, there's a new list in town.