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Surprising Symptoms in Children Related to the Foods They Eat

The food we eat interacts intimately with our entire body. image source Nutritional science continues to explore and discover surprising ways that food can affect our health, our skin, mood, energy levels, and even our brain functioning. Our food culture has changed over the decades and we have been increasingly exposed to processed foods (rather […]

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Breakfast burrito

These inventive burritos use eggwhites instead of tortillas – a great alternative for those who are trying to avoid wheat or gluten. Breakfast burrito Breakfast burritos are a hearty way to start the day, and they can be wrapped in parchment paper to be carried along for a picnic. Feel free to substitute or add […]


Spinach and egg bites

Muffin tins are not just for muffins and cupcakes! Spinach and egg bites These fabulous egg bites are perfect for those busy mornings. Make a batch on the weekend, or the night before and enjoy a quick and easy breakfast. Or throw a couple in a cooler and take them with you for a nutritious […]


Egg cups

Is the morning egg routine a little boring? Egg cups Try the simple act of baking your eggs in muffin tins, not only is it a nice diversion, they are also portable for a nice picnic or snack on the go. These egg cups are packed with vitamins and minerals, featuring kale and shiitake mushrooms. […]


Spinach mushroom frittata

I like eggs and the protein they provide, but I’ve gotten a bit tired of them. Spinach mushroom frittata I find this dish more interesting and enjoyable, and I like the added dimension of red potatoes. Spinach is high in antioxidants and is a rich source of folate and vitamin C. Folate is the form […]


Poached Egg Bowl

My poached egg bowl makes a warm and gently nutritious meal. Not just for breakfast, it also makes a great lunch or light dinner. Feel free to add any leftover veggies you may have in the fridge. Quinoa and spinach are both members of the chenopod family, known for their unique carotenoids that are especially […]


Mozzarella and zucchini frittata

With a subtle variety of flavors and textures, this lovely frittata is sure to be a hit for breakfast, brunch or even dinner! Cremini mushrooms are high in phytonutrients – be sure to choose mushrooms free of discoloration, as this is an indication of a reduction in phytonutrient content. Surprisingly, cremini mushrooms benefit the immune […]


Amaranth Pancakes

Amaranth pancakes are nutty and substantial. Without gluten you won’t get light and fluffy diner-style pancakes. Nonetheless, they have a delicious, cake-like texture that will carry you until lunch. Maybe you’d like to consider making a double batch and carrying a few with you for hearty mid-afternoon snack? Cultivated by the Aztecs 8,000 years ago, […]