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Nutrition

What’s So Great About Maple Syrup?

I know right?!? I was going to wrap up our hippy sing-a-long with thyme this week (see What’s So Great About parsley, sage and rosemary) but I couldn’t resist getting

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What’s So Great About Rosemary?

Let’s see…. We’ve done parsley and sage so we might as well check out rosemary and thyme and wrap it all up with a big old hippy sing-a-long no? One

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What’s So Great About Asian Pears?

This weeks’ post is short and sweet. The food in question doesn’t cause cancer or deplete the ocean of valuable resources. It won’t raise your blood pressure, it’s not radioactive

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What’s So Bad About Tuna

As I polished off my third can of tuna in as many days last week I thought to myself “self, three cans in one week, really?” I know you’re not

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Gluten, we are breaking up and we are never ever ever getting back together!

I have not read Wheat Belly by Dr.William Davis yet, though after 44 weeks on the NY Times Best Seller List, it is quite likely you have. On the contrary,

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What’s So Great About Dates?

Discovery Health dubs them “nuggets of nutrition that satisfy a sweet tooth” which frankly makes them sound good for you and adorable. They also call dates a “natural weight loss

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What’s So Great About Fruit, Carbs, Coffee and more.

Our lovely, hilarious, but most of all informative, Kathy Magilton is off this week so we’ve brought you five of our favourites from her recent posts. Of course, I’m always

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What’s So Great About Coriander?

In another instalment of “Herbs: Who Knew?” we learn that coriander (aka cilantro) is more than just a flavour boost and like so many of its unassuming little herb-y friends,

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What’s So Bad About Carrageenan?

Do you sometimes get a little overwhelmed trying to weed through the piles of conflicting nutrition recommendations that seem to lose favour as quickly as they gained it? Just when

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What’s So Great About Tropical Fruit?

We tend to think of them as “specialty” fruits for some reason. Maybe it’s because they’re exotic and travel from so far away. Or maybe it’s because we associate them