Hosting or going to a party and looking for a healthier alternative to the traditional bite-sized meatball? Here is the perfect recipe with more nutrients than lean ground beef–lean Bison meat is a healthy source of protein, with less total fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol. It contains higher levels of Omega-3 fatty acids which are important in fighting chronic inflammation.
Chock full of anti-inflammatory ingredients this super satisfying meal is sure to be a hit with the whole family. If you don’t have time to make the yellow curry paste from scratch, consider using a good quality store bought yellow curry paste and adding an additional pinch of turmeric. To round out the meal, serve curry alongside bowls of steamed brown rice.
Have you tried Jicama? A root vegetable that resembles a large potato with a mild flavor – when eaten raw, it has a nice crisp texture, adding a crunch of fibre that contributes to lower cholesterol levels, controls blood sugar and aids in weight loss. Along with vitamin C, folic acid and a moderately good source of Potassium which is important for fluid balance and blood pressure control. Then there is the benefit of adding a healthy fat found in avocados, antioxidants in walnuts, and anti-inflammatory cilantro. Plus, we all know this crisp crunch and what they say about having "An apple a day..." – especially our local BC Ambrosia apple.
A healthier alternative to the traditional chocolate torte made with heavy cream. Our torte has lots heart healthy ingredients–like dark raw cacao which also comes with the benefit of being the aphrodisiac elixir of love. Cacao is known to promote feelings of is happiness and bliss. A perfect "rich" dessert for chocolate "lovers" on a special occasion.
This hearty breakfast oatmeal is loaded with blood sugar balancing ingredients. Rolled oats can play an important role in effectively lowering your blood sugar and improving insulin resistance. Ceylon cinnamon, also called “true cinnamon,” has beneficial effects on blood sugar by stimulating insulin receptors and inhibiting an enzyme that stops them from working.