Arugula is one of our favourite greens for a fresh appetite-stimulating salad. It’s now in season and available everywhere. If you find that Arugula is too bitter for you to enjoy (as it can be later in the summer months), don’t throw it out! A simple squeeze of lemon and a pinch of salt can…Read More →
Mind Body Soul is an integrative practice that is dedicated to wholehearted living. Nourishing your body with healthy foods that can support and sustain you is an essential part of general wellbeing. Our bodies function best when they are supported with vitamins and minerals from our foods and supplements. These compounds are vital to essential body processes. When we are deficient and lacking in nourishment, our health begins to suffer.
At Mind Body Soul, we love helping our patients learn to fuel their body properly. Our collection of recipes focuses on healthy eating and using whole, natural foods wherever possible. In this recipe collection, you’ll find vegan and vegetarian options, as well as keto-friendly and gluten-free alternatives. Trust us, they’re delicious! Once you start giving your body whole, nutritious foods, you begin to crave them more and more.
Come see what’s for dinner or your next social gathering!
Now that the weather is beautiful and we are socializing a bit more, these are a delicious crowd-pleasing appetizer. These hearty stuffed mushrooms are loaded with cream cheese, spinach, and sausage. A quick tip on washing mushrooms – you don’t! Rather, take a wet paper towel or a wet cloth and wipe them down. Mushrooms…Read More →
This smoothie makes a great nutritious dessert or a sweet afternoon energizing drink. It is nut-free and high in plant-based protein. Additionally, hemp and chia seeds are excellent sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Raw cacao is very high in antioxidants, even more than regular cocoa powder. The pear can be replaced with one frozen banana…Read More →
Spice up your salads with a new twist. This salad dressing packs an extra punch of garlic for heart health and livens up your taste buds. Make ahead of time and pair with some fresh spinach, arugula or spring greens, a handful of pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and dried cranberries. Enjoy! ¾ cup extra virgin…Read More →
This vegan zucchini bread can easily be made into muffins that are moist, delicious and healthy! This is a gluten-free version, but you may also use regular flour if you wish. You can also freeze the second loaf for future use. This is a great breakfast loaf with butter and jam or can be served…Read More →
As more children and adults develop allergies, it can be a bit tricky to pack healthy accommodating snacks for school and work. This energy ball recipe skips on the nuts and uses black beans as the main protein base. Black beans are not only rich in protein but also in iron and fibre – and…Read More →
The weather has taken a turn for the cold. This roasted tomato soup will satisfy your taste buds and delight your insides. If you think that forgoing animal products means you’ll never get to have a cream-based soup, think again! This soup is rich and creamy thanks to the coconut milk but not weighed-down or…Read More →
Simple, six ingredient chocolate chia seed pudding that’s naturally sweetened and so thick and creamy. It’s loaded with nutrients and perfect for breakfast, a snack or dessert! Author: Minimalist Baker Recipe type: Dessert, breakfast Cuisine: Vegan, gluten-free Prep time: 15 mins Total time: 15 mins (not including chilling) Serves: 4 1 1/2 cups (360 ml)…Read More →