Tag Archives: Dark leafy greens

GBOMBS Chili

We’re always on the look-out for nutritional gems that target both disease prevention and weight loss. We've learned that 'G-BOMBS' are just that and love incorporating them into as many meals as possible. G-BOMBS is an acronym that refers to a group of nutrient-dense foods that fight both cancer and flab. These nutritional powerhouses are super low in calories, chalk full of fibre, contain...

Honey Mustard Dressing

Created by 11-year old Nikki, not only is this dressing kid-approved, it's got momma's stamp of approval as it is loaded with nutrients. It comes together quickly and easily so it is perfect for weeknight madness! Using creamy avocado as the base for this dressing packs it with heart-healthy fats and other nutrients like fibre and vitamin E. The balance between tang and...

Caprese Quinoa Salad

Fresh and fragrant, delicious and satisfying. The classic Italian antipasto salad, Caprese, becomes more nourishing by combining it with protein-packed and mineral-rich quinoa. Plus, adding some dark leafy greens, such as baby spinach, makes this delicious dish even healthier! Best served cold as a side, or alternatively can be eaten as a vegetarian meal given it is loaded with protein from both the quinoa...

Greens & Beans

Savoury and nourishing, and packed with powerful vitamins. This side-dish rounds out any meal and comes together in about 15 minutes making healthy eating possible even with the busiest schedule! Leafy greens supply our bodies with cancer-fighting nutrients, beans provide gut-friendly fibre and vegan protein. Combined with other healthful ingredients, this delicious yet simple side dish is both figure-flattering and immune system-boosting. Win-win!

Spanish Chicken & Rice

Tasty, healthy and easy to make...a dinner winner! All of the ingredients are cooked in one pan minimizing clean-up (yessss!), and can be on the table in under 45 minutes. This classic Spanish dish is nutritious and satisfying as it's loaded with protein and by secretly packing it with lots of veggies it contains many vitamins to keep us nourished. Using brown rice instead of white rice is a swap that would...