While there may be no magical fountain of youth, these recipes are the next best thing! Decrease signs of aging by trying any one of these mouthwatering appetizers.
February is Heart Month, and this easy-to-make Chana Masala recipe from Becel® proves that managing your heart health can be delicious too.
Few things go together as well as mushroom and bell peppers.
This Canadian Maple Turkey Chili is, frankly, as Canadian as it gets!
Quinoa is a high-protein grain that originated in South America. The Incas recognized its nutritional value, calling it the “mother of all grains.”
This snack of tofu with a richly spiced tomato relish combines the benefits of soy protein with the cancer-fighting properties of tomato!
This Greek-style salad combines a variety of anti-oxidants from the melon, onion, mint and olive oil, with high-protein and delicious labna.
The variety of grilled vegetables of different colours in this recipe, served Italian-style with a romesco sauce, makes for a hearty appetizer!
Avocado is combined with other ingredients rich in anti-oxidants, such as citrus, olive oil and garlic, in a satisfying high-protein snack.
This dish provides the nutrient-rich benefits of liver, combined with the high levels of anti-oxidants found in oranges, parsley and salad greens.
The combination of lentils, ricotta and tomato paste make these muffins a high-protein and very nutritious snack. Bon appetit!
High in omega-3 oils from the sardines, this salad is also rich in anti-oxidants, thanks to the orange, almonds and salad greens.
Served with wholegrain toast, this dish makes a delicious alternative to scrambled eggs, with a similar protein content but extra health benefits.
This nutritious dish is high in protein and it also provides good amounts of omega-3 oils and anti-oxidants.
A lemony crust makes ordinary grilled cutlets or chops more exciting as well boosting the anti-oxidant content of the dish.
Chicken soup has long been used as a comfort food for the sick, and it’s no wonder why! This quick recipe is rich in fibre, anti-oxidants and anti-bacterial properties.
Leeks contain flavonoids with powerful anti-oxidant effects. Here, they are combined with nutrient-rich green peas and the anti-oxidants of mint.
Just about anything can cause a migraine, including weather changes, strong odours, stress, loss of sleep, fluctuations in estrogen levels, and certain foods and drinks. Making a point of eating foods that control migraines while avoiding the foods that trigger them may reduce the number—and intensity—of headaches you get.