Posts Tagged ‘candida’

Warm Potato and Asparagus Salad

We all love a good summer BBQ, but instead of loading up on mayonnaise-slathered potato salad why not try this vibrant, tangy and fresh Warm Potato and Asparagus Salad? The warm soothing potatoes along with crispy asparagus, lemony fresh vinaigrette, and cheesy nutritional yeast pack a super flavorful punch sure to have your guests coming…

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Cloud Bread TV Segment

We all love bread, but it doesn’t always work with certain diets and lifestyle choices. On top of that, many of us are simply eating way too much bread! I’m so excited to show you Cloud Bread, a yummy gluten-free, low carb, high protein bread substitute that you can make at home.

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Homemade Bone Broth

Homemade bone broth has been getting a lot of attention lately for its incredible health benefits. Especially now that cold and the flu season is here, I figured it’s a great time to share my homemade bone broth recipe. It is easy to make and uses just a few simple ingredients.

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Garlicky Green Guacamole

I created this Garlicky Green Guacamole to celebrate Cinco de Mayo! There are a million different guacamole recipes with tons of ingredients, but I like to keep mine simple with only 4 ingredients so the avocado can really shine. The garlic adds a spicy kick and the cilantro adds a delicious freshness and the lime…

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How to Stop Sugar Cravings

Often clients come to me because they are addicted to sugar, so today I’m going to explain why we crave sugar and teach you how to stop sugar cravings once and for all! I have also teamed up with Inner J to bring you an awesome giveaway that will help you stop sugar cravings.

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Detox Green Hummus

Detox Green Hummus is a zesty and refreshing dip that tastes delicious with veggies and crackers. It is packed with parsley that gives it a delicious fresh flavour and detoxifying properties. It is a perfect St. Patrick’s Day dip because it is green and helps detox all of that green beer! Parsley has liver and kidney…

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Carob Hazelnut Bark Video + Recipe

I LOVE chocolate bark but it can be packed with lots of unhealthy ingredients and tons of sugar, so I decided to create my own version! Carob Hazelnut Bark melts in your mouth and the toasted hazelnut pieces sprinkled throughout the bark bring a satisfying crunch. The base of the carob bark is actually super…

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All about stevia powder

Stevia is a super sweet zero calorie herb that does not affect your blood sugar or insulin secretions. In fact, studies have shown that stevia actually improves cellular insulin sensitivity which lowers the risk of diabetes and high blood pressure.

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Pumpkin Spice Smoothie

It’s pumpkin season and I couldn’t resist creating a Pumpkin Spice Smoothie recipe, because who doesn’t want to have pumpkin pie for breakfast!?! This pumpkin spice smoothie is rich, smooth and tastes just like pumpkin pie. It is also way easier and faster to make than pumpkin pie and it is packed with nutrients, protein,…

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French Vanilla Cappuccino ­­­Chia Pudding

French Vanilla Cappuccino ­­­Chia Pudding is a fantastic way to start your day. It replaces your morning smoothie and coffee in one delicious meal. It tastes just like a French Vanilla Cappuccino but it contains lots of protein and fiber which will keep you full all the way to lunch time. French Vanilla Cappuccino ­­­Chia…

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Raw Mojito Squares Recipe and Video

Raw Mojito Squares are the perfect summer dessert because they don’t require cooking and they are cool and refreshing. I love them because they are sugar-free getting all of their sweetness from stevia, so they are perfect for people on the candida diet. Raw Mojito Squares are also vegan, gluten free, paleo, rich and delicious. Watch my…

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Chaga Mushroom Tea Recipes

I have been having so much fun playing with medicinal mushrooms so today I’m sharing my two favourite chaga mushroom tea recipes, one with chia spices and the other with vanilla. Chaga Mushrooms are known for their incredible healing powers, especially when it comes to cancer as they are the highest food source of antioxidants.…

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