A stone dish full of homemade chocolate spread is surrounded by slices of bread that are covered in the chocolate spread and topped with crushed walnuts.
Nutella has always seemingly been marketed as a healthy choice for kids (and the young at heart). But as a NeuroTritionist I can say that the ingredients,...
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A pile of homemade chocolate Easter eggs with decorative white icing, on a white plate.
I am so eggcited (bad pun, please bear with me) about this recipe! Because we have elevated the Cadbury Creme Egg, which I’ve loved since I was a child, with...
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Two bright pink smoothies in cocktail glasses, with lemon twists and heart and star sprinkles.
Being trained as a neuroscientist, I thought I had it all figured out about the brain. And I thought that surely it didn’t have the ability to undergo...
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Two white bowls of roasted tomato soup sit on a wooden top table, with fresh whole tomatoes and a jar of pesto beside.
With Winter finally hitting here after an unusually warm December, I am really craving warming foods. For me, soups are a favourite wintertime go-to. I enjoy...
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Top view of a watermelon pineapple coconut slushie in a glass with fruit and mint garnishes, beside homemade popsicles and slices of watermelon.
Slushies from Circle K or 7-Eleven, Mr. Freeze freezies, and Popsicle ice pops were such a part of my summers growing up. I loved them! Fast forward, however,...
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A green smoothie with bananas behind the glass and raw spinach sprinkled with hemp seeds in front, on a wooden board.
Greens are SO GOOD FOR YOU. And that includes for your brain, too. But it can be so challenging to make sure you’re getting your daily requirement. So we...
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Fudgy chocolate cupcakes with sweet potato frosting topped with shredded coconut on wooden cutting board.
Imagine an utterly ooey gooey chocolate fudge cupcake. Then, imagine it gluten free, grain free, dairy free, and fully plant-based. And now, further imagine it...
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Whole roasted cauliflower with wedge cut out topped with herbs and yogurt sauce on a white plate
Cauliflower’s nutritional profile boasts a lot of brainy benefits. But, if you’re like me, fresh or steamed plain cauliflower just doesn't cut it flavour-wise...
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Red Beet Hummus and Hemp Seed Crackers
Hummus can be easily, and very quickly, made at home. So it’s a great food to prepare yourself if you’re aiming to eat less packaged, store-bought items!...
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