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White Bean and Avocado Dip

By Dr. Millie Lytle

Homemade dips are versatile and provide protein and healthy omega fatty acids.

 
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Broiled Mackerel with Spice Rub

By Dr. Millie Lytle

A healthy recipe for broiled mackerel.

 
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Superfood Cookies

By Dr. Millie Lytle

This recipe takes regular chocolate chip cookies to a superfood level.

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Ana's Homemade Granola Bars

By Ana Alexandre

These homemade granola bars are not only healthier than your store-bought versions, but tastier too.

 
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Fave Green Smoothie

By Ana Alexandre

Nutritious and refreshing.

 
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Beginning with Raw Food

By Nathan Payne, Matthew Kennedy

Raw food diets are predominantly or exclusively made up of uncooked and unprocessed raw food.

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Preserves: Flavour & Nutrition

By Nathan Payne, Matthew Kennedy

Preserving is a traditional and tested practice of selecting, harvesting, preparing, processing and storing food.

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Ingredients for the Ultimate Snack

By Nathan Payne, Matthew Kennedy

Stock a handful of staple ingredients and build an arsenal of energy-dense snacks that are ready to go when you are.

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Reconsidering Red Meat

By Nathan Payne, Matthew Kennedy

Growing evidence suggests that not all red meat is created equal.

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What influences your appetite?

By Nathan Payne

What influences your appetite?

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Omega-3: The Good Fat

By Nathan Payne

Here are some tips to boost your omega-3 intake.

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Protein: meeting the body's needs

By Nathan Payne

Animal protein delivers all of the essential amino acids our body needs, whereas proteins from vegetable sources are generally missing one or two of the essential amino acids.

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