Chocolatey Chia Immune Smoothie

By Dr. Kathleen Regan, ND

Looking for a change from your fruity, summer smoothie? This chocolatey, chia blend can be eaten warm or cold and combines the perfect winter ingredients. The combined antioxidants, protein, vitamin A, vitamin D & probiotic will help to boost your immune system this winter. It also contains a balance of carbohydrates, fat, protein and fiber that make for a balanced meal replacement.

Ingredients: Makes 1 Serving

1 1/2 Cup Vanilla Cashew Milk
½ Banana
1 Tbsp Cashew Butter or Almond Butter
½ Cup Plain Greek Yogurt
1 Tbsp Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
1 Tbsp Chia Seeds
1 Dropper DMulsion Vitamin D by Seroyal (1000IU)
1 Tsp Astragalus Powder by Harmonic Arts
¼ Tsp HMF Probiotic Powder by Seroyal


Eat Healthy Without Starving

By Liane Wansbrough, CNP, NNCP

Many healthy-eating plans get derailed around 3pm when the brain starts calling for sugar. If we’re hungry at this time of day it’s easy to get seriously sidetracked by muffins, pretzels or the office candy dish. This is where a little planning can make it a lot easier to pass on the junk food. Healthy, targeted snacks that have a combination of protein, fat or fiber can help you stay on track with your weight loss goals by keeping your blood sugar balanced and energy level high. Another advantage of a snack is that you don’t feel famished when you sit down to meals. Here are a few ideas to get you started: […]

Healthy Sweet Potato Latkes

With Joelle Mintzberg, CNP

Chanukah is a great excuse to enjoy time with family as well as eat homemade latkas and jelly doughnuts. Sometimes, transforming a recipe by making it a touch bit healthier than the traditional recipe will keep you feeling nourished and satisfied during this joyous holiday.  healthy latka recipe that is baked and is […]

By |December 10th, 2015|Recipes|0 Comments


with Lisa Holowaychuk, CHHC



February is the month of love, passion and the one organ that without, we just wouldn’t be. Our Hearts are our lives; it works hard for us each and every day, so its imperative to provide it with all the love, nourishment and nutrients it needs from the inside out.

This Superfood smoothie […]

By |February 7th, 2015|Recipes|0 Comments

14 Day Soup & Salad Refresh Program

with Dr. Kathleen Regan, ND

I have to admit, the holiday season gets a little decadent around my home. Each year when January rolls around I get back to my gym routine with heavy feet. Suddenly, a short jog seems a little more doable than a longer run.

This is a light little cleanse I do to […]

By |December 16th, 2014|From the Clinic: Natural Tips & Articles, Recipes|0 Comments


The end of summer always calls for new routines, less time in the mornings and back to school for kids, and parents. This means quick, easy and HEALTHY snacks for everyone in the household.

Below is one of my favorite recipes to make, especially now when cherries are still in season. It’s delicious, simple, extremely healthy, and easy to make and requires no backing, fuss or mess. Get the kids involved for a fun back-to-school activity, and I promise you this will be a go to during the school year and even holiday time as a Hostess gift or dessert. (You can also sub it with banana’s, strawberries, blueberries, the options are endless.)


By |August 19th, 2014|Recipes|0 Comments

Get Your Glow On With Green Juice

Summer is the season to juice. As the mercury rises our bodies naturally crave water rich foods, such as raw fruits and vegetables. They are nature’s perfect hydrators, while still packing a nutritional profile. This means you’re able to cool down your body’s internal fire by consuming an abundance of raw produce at your local Health Shop and Farmer’s Market.

Now take that produce, run it through the juicer, and you have THE ultimate summer beverage. Full of phytonutrients, living enzymes, vitamins and minerals, that will give you a ‘glow’ that no summer bronzer or illuminator will do.

How to get a juice-loving lifestyle beyond the bottle and into your kitchen?


By |May 31st, 2014|Natural Skin Care, Recipes|0 Comments