Fall Butternut Squash Soup

When the weather turns colder, I turn to more soups. I especially like making one on the weekend to take for my lunches at work that week. Here is one I whipped up recently: 1 tbsp of coconut oil 1 onion, sliced 1 butternut squash, peeled, seeded and cubed 1 carrot, chopped 1 celery stalk, […]

5 Must’s that are easily forgotten

Imagine a house built without a solid foundation.  When the first big storm hits it will be blown apart.  Milder storms will rock it on the skimpy stilts. People like the big wow.  We like to watch athletes perform at their best.  We are amazed when we see our colleague after losing 50 lbs.  But […]

Gluten free granola bar recipe

At last I have made a school friendly granola bar that I am happy to see my boy love. Store bought granola bars tend to be filled with sugar and rarely don’t have wheat in them.  The gluten-free bars are often very high in sugar and mostly void of fibre. Here is the recipe that […]

Easy Chicken Roasted in a Crock Pot

As I write this at the clinic, I have a chicken cooking at home. I love that when I get home from work tonight, my meal will be mostly ready. All I will need to do is steam some green beans and maybe have some corn on the cob because it’s in season. I have […]

Food and Mood

What we eat affects our mood.  This is well documented. So how about we pay attention to how we feel after we eat and less on what we weigh? I would bet that if you start eating for how you feel afterwards that the weight will naturally take care of itself.