On a cold winter day, nothing hits the spot like a nice warm bowl of soup! Vince’s Market has you covered with a wide range of our Vince’s Own Soups that are made fresh daily and bottled at the peak of freshness. Using fresh ingredients along with tried and true recipes, each soup is unique… Read more »
Breakfast, the first and most important meal to set the tone of your day. It jump-starts our metabolism, giving us the chance to burn fat for as many waking hours as possible. Often we are pressed for time and find ourselves skipping this very beneficial meal or heading to the nearest drive thru. Choosing the… Read more »
The most recent Power Up blog listed 5 realistic healthy New Year’s resolutions that may be small but carry a powerful punch. They were specific health tips for those with the intention of living more healthfully. The key to reaching your 2017 goals is to set intentions, not resolutions. Which one of these definitions resonates… Read more »
Of the many goals we set out to achieve many of them are health and wellness related. Each year, many of us resolve to eat healthier, join the gym, and of course lose weight. If you instead focus on small changes that pack a huge punch you are more likely to succeed and less likely to stress yourself out in the process.
The Christmas holiday is one of the busiest times of the year for travelling. Whether you are visiting family or heading somewhere tropical, holidays can also be full of tempting out of the ordinary indulgences, which in moderation are a must, but they can also put your body through the wringer therefore compromising your immune system.
I often find that after a heavy meal the last thing I want is something heavy but of course there’s always room for dessert! When you’re just looking for something sweet to finish off the meal this recipe is sure to please. Top with some Kawartha vanilla ice cream for the perfect compliment.
It really is possible to pull off a festive affair with just a little pre-planning and no stress. Whether you’re hosting a few friends or a cocktail party on the weekend, the key is to keep things simple. Here are a few tips to keep in mind for a stress-free party.
The Myth: That eating food helps the body generate warmth during a “cold” and that avoiding food helps it cool down when overheated or fevered. Debunked: Actually the body requires large amounts of energy to create and assemble enough immune cells necessary to fight the infection or virus. Good nutrition and calories provide this energy.
Trying to find the “perfect gift” can be daunting. I like to give my clients and friends who I see over the holidays a little something to say I’m grateful. With that train of thought I decided to simplify the art of gift giving by doing something I loved and sharing it with the ones I love: baking delicious cookies!