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May 25

Taking Care Of Dad

By Kristy Ware | Blog , Health

I love my Dad. Sure we’ve had our challenges over the years, but that’s what strong relationships are built on: working through differences with understanding and love. Overall he’s a pretty fantastic guy and I’m grateful for him every day. Even though we live over 4000 km away from each other our relationship has not […]

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May 03

5 Reasons to Hire a Health Coach

By Kristy Ware | Blog , Health

Renee had a new year’s resolution she planned to keep: she wanted to hire a health coach.  Her 50th birthday was fast approaching and she wanted to make her health a priority. She knew she needed guidance, accountability and support to help her change some long time habits and to improve her fitness in preparation […]

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Feb 03

3 Ways to Improve Your Heart Health

By Kristy Ware | Blog , Health

Love is letting down your guard. Love is trusting your heart to another. Love is joy. Love is peace. Love is a risk worth taking. Love is an indescribable feeling. February is not only heart health month, but also Valentine’s Day. And what do we associate with Valentine’s Day? Love, hearts, the colours red and […]

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Dec 04

From Brussels to Sweets: Two Delicious & Nutritious Vegetarian Holiday Dishes

By Kristy Ware | Blog , Health , Recipe

No matter which culture or what holiday, celebrations with family and friends almost always revolve around FOOD! Here’s two of my favourite recipes that are delicious, nutritious, and vegetarian. Best Baked Sweet Potatoes Super simple, and naturally sweet. READY IN:  About 1 hour. SERVES: Cook 1 potato per guest   INSTRUCTIONS: Preheat oven to 425º. […]

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Aug 06

Eating Healthy On a Budget [5 Tips]

By Kristy Ware | Health

Eating healthy is so much more expensive. …right? To be honest, I used to think this as well. I thought it would be crazy expensive. I also thought that organic and free range food was way overpriced (hint: It’s not!). After I started to eat more local foods and purchasing directly from farmers I began […]

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