Du and Joyous Health can’t get enough of talking about healthy snacks for kids! Here’s a post Du contributed in 2015: as relevant today as it was then!
Way back in 2016, Du and I contributed a post to our friends at Joyous Health on introducing infants to solid foods, how to know when, which foods are safest to begin with, etc. This post was actually the product the research we did… [LEARN MORE]
Way back in early 2015, Du shared a week of simple, healthy and delicious school lunches with our friends at Joyous Health. A great resource for parents looking for school lunch ideas for their own future Nobel Prize recipients!
Way back in early 2015, Du shared with Joyous Health, the “hows and whys” of investing the time to prepare healthy lunches for school-aged children, and guidelines she follows when preparing Esmé (and now Anja’s) lunches.
The message that added sugar is unhealthy for children (and adults) is now widely known. Do you wonder if your child is consuming more sugar than is healthy? Jonah Lusis, ND offers some practical guidance. For more great videos on health and… [LEARN MORE]
Du La, ND, Acupuncturist, Birth Doula and parent shares three simple guidelines she follows to help her children feel great and perform at their best at school! For more great videos on health and wellness, visit our YouTube Channel! Posted: 2017… [LEARN MORE]
The W.H.O. recommends that not more than 10% of a child’s daily caloric intake should come from added sugars. Wonder what that looks like practically speaking? You would be shocked! Check out this #WellnessWednesday video to find out just how much fruit juice is… [LEARN MORE]
Often, as the result of media reportage, we develop the impression that increasing our intake of a single food or nutrient is the key to a healthy diet. In fact, the three dietary practices for which there is the most scientific support with respect… [LEARN MORE]
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]
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]
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 Health.com, professional speaker, nutrition expert on Global’s Morning Show, Faculty Member at the Institute… [LEARN MORE]