Simple & Healthy Dinner Ideas!

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Spaghetti & Meatballs
cook spaghetti squash in microwave in 6 minute intervals. rotate around each interval. heat up marinara sauce on stovetop. bake lean, grass fed meatballs for 15 mins at 375. serve immediately. stays fresh in the refrigerator if stored in airtight container for a few days.

Fish Tacos
cook fresh or frozen cod on stove top. heat up organic corn tortillas in pan. divide fish into tortillas & top with fresh cilantro, cabbage, avocado, lime or lemon. I used Soyaki sauce from Trader Joes 🙂

Salmon Salad
cook fresh or frozen wild caught salmon stove top. place bed of baby lettuce on plate and top with cooked salmon, carrots, tomato, pecans and dress with Annie’s Organic Smoky Tomato Dressing.

Grilled Veggies & Protein (your choice)
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OxyDHQ – Killing Cancer Through Cellular Oxygenation

Low cellular oxygen levels can lead to cancer:

We live in a world today where harmful toxins & carcinogens are ever present, even in the air we breathe. General household products including cleaning products, air fresheners etc. plus beauty & skincare creams, bath & shower gels, unless they are naturally based, contain parabans & other toxic substances proved to be carcinogenic. In addition to this the food we buy, unless certified organic, is sprayed with pesticides & other chemicals which inhibit the healthy functioning of our immune system & can also directly contribute to cancer.

The build up of such toxins in our body results in the surrounding cells becoming starved of oxygen. Oxygen plays a key role in the functioning of healthy cells, they need oxygen as they are aerobic, this means they burn oxygen to produce energy. When the availability of oxygen becomes reduced to a certain point, … Read More

Health Literacy for Healthcare Professionals

Press play to learn about the importance of health literacy!

The video was created by 5 student Occupational Therapists at University of Manitoba to be used as an advocacy tool in order to provide student healthcare professionals information that would assist in ensuring better outcomes for clients.

Please watch and share to spread the word about the importance of health literacy!

Thank you for helping us work towards better health care for all.

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