For this recipe I used the Japanese Sweet Potato (reddish skin with yellow inside). The Japanese sweet potato has slightly lower carbohydrate content than the yam (orange inside). Therefore, this makes the Japanese sweet potato a bit more diabetic friendly than its competitor…it also has a slow carbohydrate release time. Sweet potatoes are packed withContinue reading “Baked Spicy Sweet Potato Fries with a Vegan Southwest Style Dip”
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Why should fibre be a priority in your diet?
Today’s food fact of the day’s spotlight is on fibre. I recently did a presentation in the community and was asked a lot of questions about fibre.. what is soluble fibre? what is the difference between soluble and insoluble fibre? How do I know what foods to eat? Well here is my short summary toContinue reading “Why should fibre be a priority in your diet?”
10 Must-Haves in my Nutritional Lifestyle
I created a list of 10 foods that I always try to incorporate into my lifestyle as they have substantial nutrient content and benefits to health. 1. Oats: Are high in soluble fiber and may improve cholesterol (create a sticky ball within your digestive system, trapping cholesterol, removing it from the body). Also, oats areContinue reading “10 Must-Haves in my Nutritional Lifestyle”
Eat Well, Feel Well.
Motivation Friday!!! Up and at em followers 🙂 This photo couldn’t be more true! Changing your nutritional lifestyle can really impact how you feel. It can boost your self esteem, release endorphins, improve body functions, improve your workouts and leave you happier overall. Keep working hard! Nutrition is a lifestyle and I promise you onceContinue reading “Eat Well, Feel Well.”