Articles & Recipes

Mug Granola (gluten-free friendly)
You can buy a tiny pouch of granola for an exorbitant price, or you can make a single serving any time, any way you like it, for a few cents at home. You can tweak this basic recipe with whatever nuts, seeds or dried fruit suit your fancy. It’s pretty forgiving, so adjust the sweetener and salt − a... More »
Quinoa Cranberry Granola
The gentle sweetness of this quinoa and oats granola is accentuated by crunchy almonds and the grassy notes of olive oil. The dried cranberries are more than a tart-sweet complement: they are powerful antioxidants, able to help cut "bad" cholesterol and fight infection. Just 1⁄2 cup (125 mL) of... More »
A Smart Step to Eating Better: Cook at Home More Often
Dietitians of Canada’s cookbook Cook! edited by registered dietitian Mary Sue Waisman is destined to become one of your favorites! This book combines healthy cooking with ‘deliciousness’ to help you (no matter where you live) prepare and eat healthy food.When choosing healthy recipes at home, aim... More »
Cantonese Mushroom, Vegetable and Scallop Stir-Fry [Xing Bao Gu Chao Dai Zi] (diabetes-friendly)
This saucy Cantonese-style dish from Hong Kong is delicious served over buckwheat or soba noodles. More »
Soba Noodle Salad with Edamame
A great salad is all about creating a pleasing combination of taste, texture and color. We feast with our eyes! Here we combine soba noodles with crisp vegetables for a nourishing salad. More »