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For those of you who haven’t had the chance to check out my 107 Recipe Low Glycemic Index eCookbook – Everyday Cooking for Health here is another sneak peak! In the cookbook you will find recipes that first and foremost have a low glycemic index, are simple and fast to whip up, and will help you achieve healthier eating. Today I am featuring one recipe, Light and Fluffy Buttermilk Pancakes, perfect for a Sunday summertime brunch with friends and family! These pancakes will le
A delicious way to fuel your day! High in protein and fibre to keep you going for hours! To pin this post for later click here. Apple Cinnamon Quinoa Breakfast Casserole Serves 6 Ingredients: 2 cups Quinoa, uncooked 4 tbsp Flax or chia seed, milled 1 tsp Cinnamon ½ tsp Nutmeg 2 Apples, diced 3 Eggs 4 cups Milk (or alternative milk of choice) 1/8 cup Maple syrup Directions: Preheat oven to 350F. Line a casserole dish with parchment paper and set aside. In a medium sized bowl,
Do we all know the dreaded feeling of being ‘hangry’? I think we do, but just in case... Urban Dictionary definition (because that counts right?): “When you are so hungry that your lack of food causes you to become angry, frustrated or both. An amalgum of hungry and angry invented to describe that feeling when you get when you are out at a restaurant and have been waiting over an hour to get the meal that you have ordered”.
My definition of being hangry: That point where yo
If you need ideas for quick and easy breakfasts, then this post is for you! According to the latest Tracking Nutrition Trends report, almost 40% of Canadians skip breakfast(1). Eating a healthy breakfast has been associated with: – Lower prevalence of overweight and obesity and reduced weight gain over time – Improved appetite control which contributes to better choices made throughout the day – Better intake of nutrients including calcium, vitamin D, potassium and fibre – Im