Fertility Boosting Foods

As women we grow up with the idea that getting pregnant is SO easy, I mean taking your birth control pill late or missing a day might have caused a lot of us concern at some point or another. For some, it really is that easy but for most women it isn’t. In fact, in Canada, 1 in every 6 partners experience infertility. Infertility can be heart breaking and extremely confusing, with the source of infertility often being unknown. If you have been actively trying to conceive, you have probably heard or read about “fertility boosting foods” such as oysters, pineapples, brazilin nuts, garlic, and so much more. Although there is no harm in eating any of these foods, there is also little scientific

Strawberry Rhubarb Chia Seed Jam

I try to eat both seasonally and locally as much as possible and I love the rhubarb (and soon to be strawberry season). I love all berries; however, strawberries hold a special place in my heart. As a young child my grandmother would take my cousin, my sister, and I strawberry picking and afterwards we would make jam together. We eat food for reasons other than hunger and the nutrition it provides our bodies, we often eat foods because of the memories they hold and for me strawberries hold a special one. Chia seed jam is a healthy spin on regular jam that takes no time to make and is much healthier (full of fibre and antioxidants and it's low in added sugar). It’s the perfect treat for the e

Greek Inspired Tabbouleh Salad

I absolutely love tabbouleh salad and enjoy any variation of it. The combination of tart and savoury flavours make my taste buds extremely happy! Tabbouleh is a vegetarian levantine salad that is traditionally made with parsley, mint, onion, bulgur, tomatoes and seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice and spices. Today I am sharing my spin on this salad, which contains many components of the traditional greek salad including feta cheese and black olives. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. There is also an extra protein and fibre source, read on to find out what that is. This salad stores well for up to 5 days in the fridge, making it a great 'make ahead' salad for work and school lunches. Its

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