A gluten free superseed, chia seeds are a source of Calcium and Iron, a high source of Fiber, and provide 3 grams of vegetarian Omega-3 per 1 heaping tablespoon 15 gram serving. Chia seeds also contain protein, essential vitamins and minerals and a host of antioxidants, giving them an ORAC value of 1,200 per 1 heaping tablespoon 15 gram serving. The ORAC value is a measurement of the antioxidant capacity of different foods. It is said that Aztec warriors would consume a mixture of Chia and water during hunting trips to ensure stamina and endurance. These mild, nutty seeds are a fast and simple way to enhance your daily diet with an extra boost of dense superfood nutrition.
Certified Organic Whole Black Chia Seeds (Salvia hispanica).
This vegan kimchi soup made with Kettle & Fire's Low Sodium Vegetable Broth is so tasty and easy to make! This recipe is full of healthy, gluten free ingredients like Vitamin C, making it a great staple recipe as the days get shorter.
Diabetes affects 11 million Canadians - and of that 11 million, 90% of the cases are Type 2 Diabetes. Wondering how you can reduce your risk of Type 2 Diabetes? There are some healthy changes you can make to help reduce your risk of Type 2 Diabetes.
We’ve curated only the best vegan breakfasts for mornings when you need something quick and easy! These plant based breakfast ideas are hearty, filling and delicious to ensure you are satisfied and left feeling nourished for the day.
Make your own Everything Bagel Seasoning from scratch using simple ingredients found in your kitchen pantry! Only takes 5 minutes to make - and can be sprinkled on soups or avocado toast, as a meat rub, or tossed into your salads.
This strawberry rhubarb crisp is great for a light on a warm summer night and comes together in with just a couple steps. It’s sweet with just a touch of tart from the rhubarb. The crunchy granola topping also adds texture and a light toasty flavour.