Yes, Fibre is great and healthy, But WHY? Fibre is a carbohydrate, but is not digestible. Why would you ever want to consume something that is not even digestible? 1. To get things moving through your system. Fibre is the train for the digestive tract to help get […]
Aside from throwing it in pasta for an extra kick, basil contains powerful antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and antibacterial properties. It’s also a natural adaptogen, which means its adaptogenic properties help the body deal with stress; basil strengthens memory and concentration and regulates the body’s control over blood-sugar levels. Here […]
I remember meeting Val at an industry event. Well dressed, just like most french women I know, she has a classy modern style. I was finally meeting the face of Gravelbourg Mustard! The maker of my favorite gourmet mustard the Cranberry Mustard, which had been the answer to my prayers […]
Did you ever wonder what the difference is in cassia cinnamon vs ceylon cinnamon?
Written by Jamie Holdstock – Research & Development at CANADIAN ORGANIC Spice & Herb Co. Inc.
Article from Celiac Disease Foundation
Bring together the delicious flavours of pear, cinnamon with the freshness of the lemon with this delicious baked fruit recipe. Ingredients 4 Bartlett pears, ripe but firm 3 tablespoons of agave nectar (or ¼ cup of brown sugar) 1/4 cup honey Zest and juice from one lemon 1/8 teaspoon Splendor […]
Written by Matthew Thorpe, MD, PhD | www.healthline.com
Happy National Garlic Day! Seeing as today is National Garlic Day and we wanted to take a moment and tell you all about it! Here is a great read on Medical News Today‘s website, writen by Christian Nordqvist and reviewed by Natalie Butler, RD, LD . Christian talks about the benefits […]