Healthy Fats

Healthy fats, I love!  The omega 3, 6 and 9 unsaturated essential fatty acids are the healthy fats. Signs that your diet requires more healthy fats include; dry skin or eczema, inflammatory conditions, dry hair or dandruff, excessive thirst or sweating, PMS, water retention, frequent infections, poor memory or learning difficulties, high blood pressure or high blood lipids.

Pregnancy Health Tips

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Pregnancy health tips continue to evolve.  Pregnancy is a time we make a significant nutritional investment in the development and health of ourselves and our baby.  Evidence continues to grow that the nutritional choices we make when expecting influences our babies health. Sound nutrition is of utmost importance for an expectant mother, and her baby.  Apparently, […]

Tasty Healthy Fats

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Tasty healthy fats don’t get any healthier or tastier than smoked salmon, for me.  Not all my clients love smoked salmon or eat fish.  That’s ok as there are many other choices of healthy fats. How I Enjoy Tasty Healthy Fats Slithers of smoked salmon with a squeeze of lemon and a sprinkle of cracked […]

Healthy Seeds Mix

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Healthy seeds are a delicious source of nutrition that creates a crunchy texture sprinkled onto our salads, smoothies, and vegetables. Chia seeds and flax (linseed) are most probably the healthiest seeds. In a jar, mix together all your favourite healthy nuts and seeds.  Store it in your fridge and enjoy sprinkled on your food. Healthy […]

Why We Love Healthy Fats

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Healthy fats are so good for us!  Eating the right kind of fat is important for weight loss, vitality and healthy aging.  Since we hear so much about low-fat diets, it is little wonder that some of us have become ‘fat-phobic’. Healthy Fats for Vitality and Healthy Aging Our bodies require healthy fats for many […]

Salmon And Quinoa Salad

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Salmon is a fantastic source of essential fatty acids, the healthy fats.  Quinoa is a wonderful protein and carbohydrate.  Quinoa is high in amino acids, calcium, iron, phosphorous, potassium, sodium rich, zinc, vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B6, E, and fiber.  I like to soak quinoa overnight, or for a few hours before cooking.  We could […]

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