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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...
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    ...
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          ...
24 Nov
  This fan favourite from my book Hot Detox, is super high in protein. It is also very soothing and easy to make. Follow the directions closely! Yes, this is a real photo of how they look when they are made according to the directions.    Ingredients: 2 tbsp    coconut butter (use coconut oil if butter is unavailable) 2/3 cup  raw honey 2 large   eggs 2 cups   hemp hearts 2 cups   coconut, shredded 1 tbsp    ground flax 2 tsp    ...
23 Nov
  Pumpkin pie is a favourite in our house at Thanksgiving so my sister Lynn Daniluk came up with a version that tasted as good as the original but without all the sugar. This no-bake pie will be a hit at your dinner table and it won’t take up any prime real estate in the oven of a busy holiday kitchen!    Ingredients:   Crust: 2 cups    pecans 2 tbsp     honey 1/8 tsp    pink rock OR grey sea salt 1/2 tsp    cinnamon   Filling: 3...
15 Nov
  You’ll be surprised by the sweetness of this dish, one of my sister’s quick and easy recipes. Cabbage is filling because of its high level of fiber, which adds bulk to your stool. With only 33 calories per cup of cooked cabbage, this recipe is a natural go-to for anyone interested in controlling their weight. Cabbage is also a source of vitamin K, a nutrient essential for the upkeep of the myelin sheath, which protects nerves from damage. To enter the Herbamare Prize Pack...
15 Nov
  Are you missing hash browns? These golden jewels made with sweet potatoes are great with eggs for a tasty weekend brunch. The coconut oil will increase the absorption of the beta-carotene, which becomes vitamin A in the liver and protects the lungs, skin and digestive tract. The ginger and cinnamon give a nice tropical twist and warm up the dish beautifully. The Herbamare seasons this dish to perfection! To enter the Herbamare Prize Pack Giveaway click here. Winner will be...
14 Nov
  I won’t go so far as to claim that chicken soup is a miracle healer, but I will say that a good soup can boost your immune system and improve your chances of beating a virus. Chicken soup is a fantastic weapon when a cold or a flu bug is knocking you around.      Nine Healthy Reasons To Make This Chicken Soup   
1. Shiitake mushrooms contain lentinan, an active compound that can boost your immune system, making it stronger and more capable of fighting...
01 Nov
Recently, I was asked to come up with an alternative for standard marshmallow rice crispy squares as many friends and fans LOVE to eat them during the holidays. I have made healthy rice crispy squares for years as they are my favourite treat. The challenge this time was to create them vegan and nut free. And as it turns out, my family likes these better than the original recipe! Enjoy!

 Ingredients: 1 ½ cups        gluten-free organic brown rice syrup or coconut...

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