A friendly reminder that the way someone looks on the outside doesn’t tell us anything about how healthy they may or may not be. Let’s push back against food judgement and fat shaming in public by reminding others – and ourselves – you don’t know what you don’t know.
Springtime Fried Wild Rice! Loaded with spring vegetables, tofu, edamame, and wild rice, this is a quick and easy dinner the whole family will love. Made with wild rice cooked at least a day in advance, this is a great recipe for batch cooking.
Welcome to Hey Nutrition Lady! For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Katie and I’m the Nutrition Lady! I’m a university-trained nutritionist with a Bachelor of Science in Food, Nutrition, and Health and Master of Science in Nutrition. I’m passionate about real food, a champion of body positivity and intuitive eating,…
Spring Living Lentil Bowls – a light yet substantial gluten-free and easily vegan meal bowl featuring beluga lentils, spring asparagus, pan-fried halloumi cheese, avocado, pea shoots, and seeds. All of the components can be prepared in advance for a quick and easy meal.
Very Green Vegetable Pasta! Made with green soybean fettuccini and loaded with broccoli, peas, radishes, and lots of herbs, this pasta is totally vegan, gluten-free, packed with plant-based protein, and ready in just 15 minutes!
Let’s have a tea and a chat, shall we? Pull up a chair and get cozy, because I’ve rounded up 10 interesting food, nutrition, and health articles to read, learn, and spark debate.
Smoky Asparagus Quiche! Made with softened leeks, smoked cheese, and a wholegrain spelt crust, this quiche is perfect for a springtime brunch.
This quick, easy, impressive beluga lentil salad is made with salty, chewy halloumi croutons to take it to the next level.
Batch Cooking 101! This is your batch cooking game plan to help prepare for a healthy week, broken down into a 5-step approach to keep things simple. Plus lots of recipe inspiration for what to do with all that batch-cooked food!