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14 Dec
Gastritis is a form of inflammation that affects the mucosal lining of the stomach. It often starts as an irritation that can occur suddenly or gradually progress. It often starts as an irritation or that over time can lead to chronic inflammation.    When Gastritis Becomes Chronic, It Is Called Atrophic Gastritis  Atrophic Gastritis is characterized by an erosion of the stomach lining as well as impairment and eventual loss of gastric glandular cells. These cells are...
13 Dec
Stocking stuffers can be one of those last minute things that people buy because it’s a tradition and it the kids expect it. But I am here to tell you that stocking stuffers can be fun for the whole family! In the Daniluk household I am called Santa ‘cause I love giving gifts. One of my favourite traditions is filling my family’s stockings with good cheer and health treats.     Here Are A Few Of My Favourites   Julie's Hot Detox Teas! Exciting news!...
12 Dec
  Whether you are vegan or someone with an egg allergy, this holiday smoothie is the perfect eggnog alternative. It packs all the same flavour as conventional eggnog with added health benefits!    Ingredients: 3 cups  unsweetened coconut or hemp beverage (Try my homemade coconut beverage.) 2           bananas 2 tsp     pure vanilla extract 1/2 tsp  ground nutmeg 1 tsp     ground cinnamon 2 tsp     chia seed pinch   ...
11 Dec
  From my family to yours! I would like to share my mom’s amazing carrot cake recipe for the holiday season. This recipe is true comfort food for me.   Not only does it tastes great, it also delivers a medicinal dose of cinnamon. You may be shocked by the 7 teaspoons used in the recipe, but if you divide the cake into 14 pieces, each serving has 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon. This amount of cinnamon, if taken on a daily basis, has been shown to reduce glucose, triglyceride...
07 Dec
  You already know about the potential benefits of a diet that is rich in omega-3—but aside from taking an omega-3 supplement, how can you incorporate more of this essential nutrient in your diet?   There are plenty of delicious foods that are naturally high in omega-3. Some of them you may know already, others may surprise you! Below you will find some of our favourite foods that are contain omega-3. We’ll outline the best ways to prepare them to preserve their omega-3...
06 Dec
  Spice up your holidays with these all natural gingerbread cookies. I call these Genny’s Gingers because I created them for my ginger loving grandma, Geneva. She loved gingerbread cookies anytime of year but these are perfect for the holiday season.   Ingredients: 1/2 cup     almond butter* 2 tsp         ground ginger 1 tbsp       ground cinnamon 2 cups      almond meal (also known as almond flour) 1 tbsp       ground flax meal 1/2 cup    ...
05 Dec
  For some reason, the faithful mini cabbage (aka Brussels sprout) has a bad rap. I suppose this is because people have been tortured by boiled-to-mush dishes, served up by well-intentioned grandparents. They have a slight bitter taste, but it is important to keep in mind that some of our most treasured treats are bitter including chocolate and coffee.   Brussels sprouts are teeming with health benefits from detoxification to cancer prevention to joint protection. It’s...
04 Dec
  If you are worried about heartburn this holiday season, bookmark this page! GERD (Gastro-intestinal reflux disorder) or more commonly known as acid reflux or heartburn, is a chronic digestive disorder that occurs when the acidic content of the stomach flows backward up into the esophagus. We all experienced this at some point in life – the burning sensation felt in our chest.     I like to look at heartburn/acid reflux not as a disorder, but as a clue that...
29 Nov
Cranberries have many amazing properties that help support kidney and bladder function but did you know that they also an excellent antioxidant?    5 Reasons Why You Should Add The Zip Of Cranberries To Your Recipes:   1. Preventing UTIs: Recent studies show cranberries may not be as effective at curing urinary tract infections as we once thought  – they are actually better at preventing UTI’s! (1) Active ingredients, such as proanthocyanidins, in cranberries impede...
29 Nov
  This recipe is from my second book, Slimming Meals That Heal. It is a perfect compliment to a low carb holiday meal.   To watch me make this recipe, check out my Meals That Heal TV segment on my Facebook Live Video Stream.   Cranberries are an amazing food! For all the facts on cranberries check out these benefits here.   Ingredients: 2 cups           fresh cranberries, rinsed 30-40 drops  stevia liquid  (to taste) 1/2 tsp          ...

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