Veggie Soup with Chicken Broth

I’m pretty proud of this soup! It really is a homemade soup. The veggies came from my neighbours freezer but really came from his abundant garden last summer. I used some chicken bone broth I made in a slow cooker overnight after a delicious roast chicken dinner one Sunday night awhile ago.       […]

Breech Babies Turn 30% More With Our Therapy

At our clinic we often use the Traditional Chinese Medicine Technique known as moxibustion to help turn babies from breech into the proper birth position. Now, there is scientific evidence proving its effectiveness published in 2013 “Acupuncture and Medicine” journal. 3 arms of the study were compared: True moxibustion plus regular prenatal care was compared […]

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Blueberries

There are about 30 different species of blueberries Blueberries are native to many parts of the world, especially in the Northern Hemisphere – North America, Europe, and Asia They are a very good source of Vitamin C, soluble fiber and insoluble fiber The health benefits are mainly due to the anthocyanidins which are amazing antioxidants. […]

Radishes – 10 Things You Didn’t Know

They come in colours like red, white and black Then can be as long as 3 feet! The leafy tops of radishes can be added to salads for a peppery zest Radishes were cultivated in Egypt during the rule of the Pharaoh’s (2780 B.C.E.) Are an excellent source of Vitamin C. The leaves contain almost […]

Curried Butternut Squash & Pear Soup

My great friend Amy shared this recipe with me. It was titled “Lindsay’s Curried Butternut Squash and Pear Soup” so I can’t give full credit to the original author. It was easy to make and has great flavours. I’ve added in my notes for you throughout. This is a perfect soup for a cold winter […]