The Naturmend Blog

Great Tips for Healthy Living

Dr. Jenny’s Favourite Soups: Chicken Taco

Winter is here, and that calls for soup soup soup. Some of my favourite cookbooks are the Whitewater Cooks cookbooks, and I’ve adapted the recipes from there. I often substitute based on my food sensitivities and available ingredients, so my apologies to the chefs at Whitewater. I will note... Continue Reading

Dr. Jenny’s Favourite Soups: Thai Coconut Chicken Soup

Winter is around the corner, and it calls for soup soup soup. Some of my favourite cookbooks are the Whitewater Cooks cookbooks, and I’ve adapted the recipes from there. I often substitute based on my food sensitivities and available ingredients, so my apologies to the chefs at Whitewater I... Continue Reading

Fall in Love with Fall: 5 Tips to Embrace Autumn

The weather is changing, can you smell it in the air? The leaves begin to fall, the air grows a little bit crisper, you can smell the fresh and biting snow around the corner. Fall is one of my favourite times of year, and not necessarily because of the Pumpkin Spice Latte! Fall accompanies a sense... Continue Reading

Nutritious Fall Meals: Beet Borscht

Beets! A great fall root vegetable that is an all-in-one kind of veggie: high in vitamin C, lutein, carotenoids, potassium, manganese, magnesium, and iron. You can’t go wrong with beets! The crisper mornings and nights have me thinking about nourishing soups and stews. Ingredients: 1 tbsp... Continue Reading

Garden Minestrone Soup

Looking back on the summer, I think we can all agree it was a rainy one here in Calgary! The one great thing about all the rain was that it allowed our home gardens to flourish & grow. As we put our gardens to bed for the winter, we are often left with a bunch of ripe leftover produce. This... Continue Reading

SIBO Friendly Pumpkin Breakfast

This super simple SIBO friendly pumpkin breakfast may seem more like a dinner to some but trust me, as I discuss in this breakfast blog, having 'dinner-esque' meals for breakfast will give you more sustained energy, enhance cognitive function and balance blood sugar levels. This recipe is SIBO... Continue Reading

Guest Blog: How to Juice in Fall and Winter

It’s October and that means that the cold weather is officially here to stay. If you haven’t already, it’s time to say goodbye to shorts and sandals and say hello to your winter coat, scarf and gloves. You may think that, because it’s getting colder, you should also say goodbye to juice... Continue Reading