Newmarket Nutritionist & Wellness Coach

Coconut Cacao Protein Bites

Delicious, 9-ingredient snack bites with coconut, tahini, cacao, and plenty of satisfying add-ins! High in healthy fats and protein! The carb load is remarkably low with just 11.4g and 7.4g of fibre for a net carb of just 4g. This is a great snack for anyone watching their blood sugar levels or who are following…

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Low-Carb Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

Berries, chocolate and vanilla oh my! Three days of 'ice cream' recipes, you knew we had to go back to the basics with a straight-up vanilla ice cream. This one is by far the lowest in carbohydrates with 1.5g per serving, but with all the tastiness. Healthy doesn't always mean we have to make sacrifices,…

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Keto Chocolate Coconut “Ice Cream”

Healthy eating doesn't mean deprivation! I love chocolate so this chocolate "ice cream' is a must for all chocolate lovers and ice cream lovers. Unlike conventional ice creams, this recipe is high in healthy fats and low in sugar which is great for our keto and diabetic friends and great for those limiting their sugar…

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Energizing Granola

Natural ways to boost your energy levels Do you find yourself feeling sluggish and lazy mid-afternoon, and you have to fight the urge to take the rest of the day off, struggling with adrenal fatigue? Or do you feel just plain exhausted and tired for no apparent reason? Fortunately, there are easy and affordable ways…

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Classic Green Monster Smoothie

Celebrating St. Patrick's day with a Green Spinach Smoothie. Adding greens into your smoothie is a great way to increase your dark leafy consumption. Spinach is low in carbs but high in insoluble fibre. This type of fibre may have benefits for digestion. It is an extremely nutrient-rich vegetable. It contains high amounts of carotenoids,…

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Roasted Garlic

With the holidays over, we may find ourselves in need of a little TLC. I know I may have rubbed shoulders with a few people fighting a cold.... and being the holidays... extra stress, late nights and indulging a little more than usual (yes I ate truffles), my immune system was compromised and welcomed some uninvited guests.   At the first sign of a cold, I infuse my body with liquids, preferably warm nourishing teas and bone broths and eat a lot of roasted and raw garlic (sorry if I smell extra nice). Check out the Roasted Garlic recipe on my site!! Supplementation is important when battling infection, including probiotics & Vit C along with essential oils like clove. Most importantly rest, early bedtime and reduced sugar and low-carb diet (sugar will suppress your immune system) is key to reducing the duration and severity of illness.

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