Health tips

My Top Book Recommendations For A Healthier 2021

With every new year comes new resolutions or goals. Health and wellness goals are commonly at the top of the list (as they should be!) so I thought I would share my top 5 health and wellness book recommendations. As a nutritionist I read A LOT of health and wellness books to stay on top… Continue reading My Top Book Recommendations For A Healthier 2021

Nutrition Tips, Random Rants

Is The Sugar In Fruit Bad For You And Your Kids?

Photo by Any Lane on Pexels.com I get a lot of questions about whether parents should be concerned about the sugar in fruit. The short answer? No. Parents are concerned because of the increased awareness of the negative consequences of sugar consumption. However, some people have taken this too far and fearmongered people into avoiding… Continue reading Is The Sugar In Fruit Bad For You And Your Kids?

Breakfast, Recipes

Easy Vegan Tofu Scramble

Tofu Scramble While my usual go-to breakfast is either a green smoothie or oatmeal, sometimes I just donโ€™t feel like having anything sweet in the morning and need a savoury start to my day instead. This tofu scramble is perfect for those days, and it keeps me satiated until lunch. You can pair it with… Continue reading Easy Vegan Tofu Scramble

lifestyle, Nutrition Tips

Tips For A Healthier Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner so I wanted to share some advice on how to mitigate the effects of all that extra sugar your kids will be eating. Seasoned parents know that the sugar high and sugar hangover that occurs after Halloween is no treat ๐Ÿคช so here are some tips to prevent your… Continue reading Tips For A Healthier Halloween

Health tips, Nutrition Tips

PSA: If You’re Using Pink Salt Or Sea Salt Then You And Your Kids May Be Deficient In Iodine

Gourmet salts like pink Himalayan salt and various sea salts have become very popular but they come with a caveat: they are not iodized like regular table salt. Many people unknowingly rely on table salt for their iodine requirements so making the switch from table salt to pink or sea salt can lead to iodine… Continue reading PSA: If You’re Using Pink Salt Or Sea Salt Then You And Your Kids May Be Deficient In Iodine