Delicious + Nutritious Recipes

We love food! And if you’re here you probably do too (or at the very least, eat).

The recipes we post here are recipes we eat at home, most on a regular basis.

Each is included for a specific reason. Most are simple to prepare having few ingredients, and ideal as a quick meal in a busy household; some are recipes we tried and our children loved; some are an interesting or healthy twist on a commonly eaten food or treat; and others are a way to enjoy locally grown produce.

At best they will expand your horizons, at the very least they will simplify your life. Enjoy!

This is my all-time favourite dish to make and share. It generates a very large portion so is a great dish to add to any celebratory meal, such as Thanksgiving or any gathering! The sweetness of the caramelized vegetables, with the freshness of the… [LEARN MORE]

The holidays are full of festive gatherings and this gluten-free, delicious and nutritious recipe is sure to be a hit with any party crowd. Sharing is caring! (for more great recipes, click here) Serves: 4 Ingredients: Quinoa Beets, diced – 1 ½ cups Carrots,… [LEARN MORE]

In Traditional Chinese medicine cooler weather means we should select warming foods to nourish our body. Du La, ND gave us a short list of her favourite everyday warming foods and this easy recipe to incorporate them into your weekly meals. Enjoy! Serves: 4-6 Ingredients: Carrots, peeled… [LEARN MORE]

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We are happy to share this recipe from our friend, vegan chef, Doug McNish! Doug will be catering our Open House and we are thrilled to be sharing his passion for delicious, organic, healthy food with you. This recipe provides a way to create… [LEARN MORE]

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Brassica vegetables, or cruciferous vegetables, are an extremely important part of a well-balanced and disease preventing diet. Like all vegetables, they’re low in calories, fat, and sodium. They’re also a good source of fibre and contain a variety of other essential vitamins and minerals.… [LEARN MORE]

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As promised in our Wellness Wednesday video, here is Du La, ND, Acupuncturists recipe for simple ginger syrup. Enjoy! Ginger is one of our favourite herbs, not only for cooking but also as a natural remedy for fevers, colds, chills and nausea. It stimulates… [LEARN MORE]

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Looking for a healthy snack to pack for lunches? Look no further! We love these nutty, grain-free granola bars that are so easy to make and kid approved. Forget the sugar-ladened granola bars and try these homemade healthy treats. Following our Wellness Wednesday video… [LEARN MORE]

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It’s rhubarb season, and if you’re lucky enough to grow a patch (or have a wonderful patient who brings you an armful), you might be looking for a good recipe. My favourite is a super-simple and tasty Strawberry Rhubarb Compote. You only need 5 ingredients… [LEARN MORE]

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This delicious and nutritious recipe comes courtesy of our friend, Holistic Nutritionist, Joy McCarthy. Joy is the author of Joyous Health: Eat & Live Well Without Dieting, creator of Joyous, professional speaker, nutrition expert on Global’s Morning Show, Faculty Member at the Institute… [LEARN MORE]