This month is all about Cardiovascular Health. See below for articles covering topics like heart health, blood pressure, exercise, and how holistic nutrition plays a part. There are also some tasty heart-healthy recipes!
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This recipe is chock full of ingredients to help you recover from a workout. There’s coconut water for electrolytes, berries for antioxidants, and more. There’s also no added sugar which can be inflammatory. Recipe from Sarah Cuff, R.H.N.
Natalie Pupo, R.H.N. shares her recipe for a healthy and comforting bowl of pasta: Squash, Spinach, and Walnut Spaghetti. This is an easy dinner with a great mix of textures and flavours.
This is a healthy take on fries and full of nutritional benefits. Beets are a great heart healthy food and can help reduce inflammation and support your liver. This simple recipe is from Myriam Khouzam, R.H.N.
Treat yourself to a gooey and rich brownie. These also happen to be gluten-free and vegan. Try this decadent recipe from Erin Schmautz, R.H.N.
It may be cold outside, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a burger. These delicious burgers are packed with essential plant proteins and freeze well for easy cooking. Recipe from Crystal Hughes, R.H.N.
Try these amazing Chocolate Fudge Cookies (gluten and dairy-free) from Leora Barak, R.H.N. Chewy, fudgy, and a yummy dose of heart-healthy fats, protein, and antioxidants.
Besides being vibrant and colourful, beets are high in antioxidants and can help lower blood pressure. Tisha Riman, R.H.N., shares her recipe for Beet, Fennel + Apple Soup.
When it comes to heart health, which fats and oils are good for us? Download a free ‘Guide to the Best Healthy Fats and Oils & Their Uses’, prepared by Ashleigh Grange, R.H.N.
I wanted to help my clients both inside and outside of the gym. Although exercise is important, diet, rest, stress management and other lifestyle factors can be just as productive or counterproductive to a person’s health and well-being. I am committed to lifelong learning and am constantly upskilling.