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Baby Food 101

Baby Food 101

As a dietitian mama, I believe one of the best gifts you can give your children other than unconditional love, is a healthy relationship with food.  As parents, we play an important role in building their palates for the rest of their lives. One way to influence your babies eating habits is to make your […]

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Vegan Lentil Sloppy Joes

  One of my goals is to eat more lentils and legumes. I saw these”  Vegan Sloppy Joe’s” on Simple Bites, and adapted it to my family’s taste. Everyone enjoyed them, including my carnivore husband. Although, he was hesitant about the recipe and whether or not he would feel full afterwards. Well, this recipe may have […]

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Healthy Granola Bars!

I quit buying store bought granola bars about 5 years ago because of all the added sugar and artificial flavors. Since having kids, I am always looking for healthy snack alternatives. I adapted this recipe from Jessica Merchant’s, new book called Seriously Delish, who also runs a blog called “How sweet Eats“. This was my first […]

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Roasted Beet Quinoa Salad with Carrots !

  Beets should  make be a regular appearance on your grocery list, they are deliciously sweet and nutrient dense. If, I believed in the term “superfood“, beets would certainly win my vote. Beets are rich in antioxidants, fibre, folate, vitamins and minerals. Furthermore, the pigment that gives these root vegetables their beautiful color, is full […]

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