How Long Can Foods Really Last In The Freezer?

We freeze so many foods today but how long can they actually last? Whole roasts, chickens and steaks last up to 12 months. Smaller cuts around 2 – 3 months. ... Read More »

Chicken Thighs Are A Good Thing!

Chicken thighs get a bad wrap because we think of dark meat as unhealthy. Chicken thighs provide good fats which lowers your bad cholesterol and raises the good. It’s the ... Read More »

High Quality Fish Mislabeled!

Close to 50% of fish sold in Canada is mislabeled and is actually cheaper varieties of fish that may have health risks. Instead of butterfish consumers have been eating escolar ... Read More »

How To Keep Your Avocado From Turning Brown

Avocados are one of the most popular and healthy fruits we enjoy. But the downside is we have to leave it until the last minute to cut or it turns ... Read More »

The Explosion of Egg Consumption

Have you noticed the increase in the marketing of whole eggs recently? Restaurants, supermarkets and farmers are very happy. Mcdonalds has had a 25% egg sales surge in the first ... Read More »

Farro – The Upcoming Grain

Move over quinoa- here comes farro – the new kid on the block. This nutritious, chewy, nutty ancient wheat grain holds up well when cooked and lasts days in the ... Read More »

Diabetic-Friendly Meals

  Those with diabetes type 2 must have a good balance of protein, carbohydrates and healthy fats in their diets. No food is off limits, but counting carbs and fat ... Read More »

Fruit Juice – Yay or Nay?

Tohave or not to have fruit juice? The purest gives you some nutrients, but the artificial are better known as liquid candy – there are better choices! Pure vegetable juices ... Read More »

What to Eat After a Workout

  Spring brings out the runners, bikers and walkers. What you eat immediately after a work out will have an effect on your success with training and timing. Exercise breaks ... Read More »

Important Nutrients

  Certain nutrients are more important than others – make sure you’re getting your recommended intake of these vital nutrients: Potassium helps lower blood pressure and supports fertility. Increase your ... Read More »