When people find out that you have studied naturopathy and nutrition they usually have a lot of questions about their diet or something that they have heard on social media or the best way to solve that recurring digestive issue (this one is probably the most common!). Since different people ask me the same questions … Continue reading Question Time #1 – You ask, I answer!
It’s winter here in Texas and it seems to have been a particularly bad season for cold and flu. Nearly everyone you speak to has been affected in some way since winter began. When I was searching through my pantry today, looking for good food sources to support my immune system in case it needed … Continue reading What’s in my pantry? (#2)
Today I’m looking at one of my all time favourite pantry items, broccoli! I’ve always loved broccoli and in a world where superfoods seem to have taken over I think it is an underrated vegetable powerhouse. It’s easy to find, easy to prepare and with a variety of vitamins and minerals stacked in there, it … Continue reading What’s in my pantry? (#1)
It’s that time of year when cinnamon is everywhere. As you walk down the street doing your shopping, the scent of a cinnamon candle wafts out of every store to entice you in, cinnamon sticks are lovingly added to decorations and trees and a dash of cinnamon is added to meals for a bit of … Continue reading Seasonal Spice
An apple a day keeps the doctor away – or that’s what they have been telling us since the 1860’s1. So is it true? Can an apple a day keep the doctor away? Lets take a closer look at the beautifully round, sometimes beautifully misshapen, apple and decide for ourselves. Apples are a common fruit … Continue reading An Apple A Day
Trying to decide what to write about in my first blog post was proving a little bit of a challenge. Taking a hint from my blog name, I’m diving in with a post about the delicious pomegranate. I haven’t always been a pomegranate lover but lately I’ve been enjoying adding the seeds into my breakfast … Continue reading Pomegranate: It seems like a good place to start!