Because what you eat affects how you feel overall, it’s important to know how certain foods affect your body. Let us help you get to know the therapeutic and nutritional values of the food you are consuming. Below is the breakdown of one of our more popular winter dishes: Italian Sausage Soup.
The way that food looks, smells and tastes are the result of the phytonutrients in food. When an onion is sliced and releases smell or when kale changes from light green to a darker green colour, phytonutrients are doing their job. The richer the colour of the food, the more phytonutrients it contains. Simply put, phytonutrients are “plant nutrients.” Along with vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates and fats, phytonutrients are essential to our health. Read More
The holiday season is a chance to let loose and indulge a little. Now that the New Year is just around the corner, it’s time to get back on track with eating clean and training mean! Read More
Breakfast, is it really the most important meal of the day?
The word breakfast literally means “breaking a fast” from the previous night. After 7-9 hours of overnight fasting, the body needs to refuel with food. Skipping breakfasts lowers metabolism, starves muscles and heightens late night cravings.