Are you struggling with a picky or fussy eater in your household? It can be frustrating and overwhelming to deal with a child or even young adult who refuses to eat certain foods, especially when it’s causing stress at mealtimes. But rest assured, you’re not alone – many people struggle with fussy eating habits. In…
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5 Key Nutrients for a Healthier Ramadan
The holy month of Ramadan marks the ninth month of the lunar based Islamic calendar where Muslims around the globe fast for 29-30 days. This year April 24th or 25th marked the beginning of this month. During fasting, breakfast, referred to as “Sahoor” or “Sehri” is observed before dawn followed by dinner or “iftar” observed…
Stay Tuned! Stay Safe!
Hello subscribers! I’ve been away for almost a year-which was an exciting year and now a bit of an uncertain one! I had the opportunity to start teaching at a major university and college while still managing my hospital job this year. It was a year of learning, developing new skills and self-exploration….
Who says you can’t have pizza for breakfast? With vegetables, protein (egg) and cheese, this is an all in one hit! Easy to make and kid-approved! Ingredients (serves 6): 1 packet of Suraj Naan 1 cup pizza sauce 1/2 cup thinly sliced yams or potatoes 1 cup thinly sliced baby spinach…
Orange blossom Roohafza
Cool off with Orange blossom Roohafza using a Pakistani classic rosewater syrup!
Make a toast to remember!!
Easy toasts recipes to blow your mind and appetite! Kid approved.
Tips and Tricks. Preparing for Ramadan.
Meal planning ideas for Ramadan.
Beef Pho “nu-Noodles”
All inclusive soup bowl recipe! High in fibre, iron and low carb.
Canada’s Food Guide! The facts, the fuss and the foods!
Health Canada releases it’s new Food Guide. Read more to learn about changes and some tips!
Ramadan Special: What does a dietitian eat in Ramadan? Recipes included!!
Suhoor and Iftar of Champions!
Self-Care for the Caring Woman.
How to care for the nurturing you!
Facing failure. Finding Motivation.
Failure. The inevitable part of dieting and how I overcame it.