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Quick Cruciferous Stir-Fry

Posted Monday, November 08, 2010

Rich in cruciferous vegetables, this stir-fry offers significant cancer protection. Not only do the phytochemicals sulforaphane and indoles suppress tumor growth, they also inhibit cancer cell metastasis.  Turn this simple dish in to a full-sized meal by adding diced, medium-firm tofu and serving with brown basmati rice. Serves 4 to 6 ... FULL POST

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Elly commented on 04-Oct-2012 10:13 AM
Nice article and title, Marc. Although I’ve been out of the medical sciences for a while, I remember talking about this specifically at length with quite a few people. FIrst off, you are absolutely right, naturopaths can not possibly produce unique treatments for everyone AND know that these treatments will work. It is non-sensical to think so. I do think, however, that naturopaths divide sickness into more (or at least different) categories that do doctors. For example, suppose you go see a doctor for a skin fungus. He/she will make no effort to find the cause, but simply prescribe a fungicide. I’ve always found it unfortunate that doctors always have the “band-aid” solutions, and no real interest in finding the “cause” of a problem. Now, go see a naturopath with the same skin fungus. He/she is likely to say something like “You have an imbalance in your blood ions because your blood type is AB but you eat a lot of tomatoes which acidifies….and so on. This imbalance manifests itself by weakening your immune system, and hence you have a skin infection… Stop eating acidic products, drink this tea, take this herb and it will clear right up”. So, in summary, you are right in saying they are still categorizing you. Despite the fact that they often misrepresent their treatments in advertising, I will say this: contrary to most doctors, they do try to treat YOU, rather than treat the symptoms.Keep the great articles coming!

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Veggie of the Month: Broccoli

Posted Thursday, November 04, 2010

Originally cultivated in Italy, broccoli's name is derived from the Latin word brachium, which means branch or arm.  Broccoli, or broccolo in Italian, is a member of the cabbage family and is closely related to cauliflower.    ... FULL POST

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Yissy commented on 30-Sep-2012 07:18 PM
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I think it's a bit of all that, plus having a veaetgrian in the house helps a lot; they get introduced to a nice variety of fruits and vegetables. My kids eat avocados as a snack. Gross.
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Cozy up to Fall with Warm Roasted Butternut Squash

Posted Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Autumn is at our doorstep and the signs are everywhere: the leaves are turning colours, there’s a drizzle in the air and evidence of the autumn harvest are all over the grocery stores.  ... FULL POST

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Magali commented on 30-Sep-2012 09:21 AM
Hi all. A few comments rdargeing RSS - yes, we will have RSS feeds throughout the site shortly. Just working on a few items to make sure they are working properly. We are also working on the type - you may have noticed that we have already darkened up the gray type to provide a bit more "punch". Articles are all dated on the article itself. I'd be interested in hearing any ideas for improvements, as we are continuing to tweak the design a bit. There is a lot more there, which was a big focus of ours. We heard loud and clear that people wanted more entertainment, health, travel, and tech info so we worked hard to make the site a lot more robust. Glad you like the photos.
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Cooking at Home to Beat the Heat and the HST

Posted Friday, July 16, 2010

This month, not only are west-coasters preparing for much-needed heat waves, we are also adjusting to the introduction of HST. Cool your bodies and wallets by cooking at home with summer-fresh ingredients. Here’s a body and budget-friendly 5-course meal to help you skip the grease and the extra tax on restaurant food.   ... FULL POST

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Silvana commented on 30-Sep-2012 04:45 PM
Well, you've had quite a summer . soggy much of the time! I've been fonwloilg all your travels and congratulate you both on your tenacity. We went the other way from Port Hardy to Prince Rupert a lovely passage along the coastline. Have a wonderful return home you're probably there now and cherish the photos and memories of a wonderful and adventurous summer!
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Step-by-Step Guide to Sprouting Quinoa & Tasty Raw Food Recipe

Posted Sunday, December 06, 2009

Many believe the raw food diet has numerous health benefits such as: increased energy, improved skin, better digestion, weight loss and reduced risk of heart disease. I highly recommend trying to include as much raw food as possible in your daily diet to get the most out of your meals. Growing sprouts at home is not only a tasty way to add raw food to your daily diet, but it is also a simple way to boost your protein intake.  ... FULL POST

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