Posts From Julie Daniluk, R.H.N.

Recipe: The Tiger Shake

November 1, 2012

From the Vitality Food Feature ‘WINTER MEALS THAT HEAL’. Spiced date shakes are popular in India. This is a nice change from the frozen berry...

WINTER MEALS THAT HEAL

November 1, 2012

Fight Inflammation With Delicious Recipes Ten years ago, I had terrible inflammation in my digestive tract caused by food poisoning. It caused such damage to...

How to Survive a Stay in Hospital and Recover Faster

May 1, 2012

Patients Can Increase Recovery Rates by Avoiding Trans Fats and GMOs Introduction by Julie Daniluk RHN: Fourteen years ago, my nephew Kaydn was diagnosed with...

Eating the Rainbow: Colourful Foods Carry Powerful Nutrition

April 1, 2012

We have all heard the truism “Eat a rainbow for health.” Beyond being a feast for the eyes, every colour brings with it a nutritional...

Book Review: Meals that Heal Inflammation

December 1, 2011

Author: Julie Daniluk, RHN Publisher: Random House Canada Book Publication: 2011 I can’t decide whether to give this book to my doctor or put it...

Plant Sterols – Super Nutrients from Nature

November 1, 2011

How these simple molecules can help you fight inflammation, stress and cancer Plant sterols have been in the news lately, after studies showed that they...

Life After Sugar: A Consumer’s Guide to Alternative Sweeteners

July 1, 2011

Refined carbohydrates are often called empty calories. Actually, they’re worse than “empty” – they’re comparable to credit cards that create nutritional debt in the body....

Fabulous Fibre: Foods That Create Fullness and Fight Fat

May 1, 2011

1890 could be called “the year the human diet started to go downhill”. That was the year that a new milling technique which removed fibre...

Super Summer Smoothies: Beat the Heat With High Octane Cool Fuel

July 1, 2010

Do you find in the summer that you just don’t feel up to eating big meals? Consider making a cool smoothie instead and supply your...

A Taste of Wild Things: Foraging for the First Foods of Spring

April 1, 2010

Have you ever looked at a wild plant and wondered if it was edible? It’s amazing that even if you live in the heart of...