nutrition

A Recipe for Christmas: Pear & Cranberry Chutney

December 18, 2014

I thought I’d end this week off with a new recipe Eddie and I created last weekend! Ok, it was actually Eddie who created this recipe, but I was in the kitchen at the time, so I like to say I was part of the creating process   Chutney’s are typically made from fruits and or vegetables […]

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Why Vitamin C Is Essential For A Strong Immune System

December 7, 2014

Vitamin C is perhaps the most publicized vitamin. The primary function of vitamin C is for the manufacturing of collagen, but today we are going to discuss why vitamin C is essential for the immune system. Vitamin C and the Immune System  Vitamin C is critical for optimal immune function, especially regarding the prevention and […]

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Currently: What I’m Reading Right Now

September 25, 2014

Don’t let the title of this post lead you to think you’re going to find out about a great book I’d recommend to all of my friends and family. I’m playing along with the September Blogging Challenge and answering “what I’m reading now”, but sadly… I’m not reading much of anything other than my favourite […]

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Pork Chops with Roasted Onions, Figs, and Kale

April 15, 2014

I know I haven’t posted a recipe in a really long time, but I plan on getting better at being a more “regular recipe poster”. Eddie and I have already been talking about posting recipes on A Dash of Meg on a more regular basis, but first we need to get into the same province. Once we […]

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Guest Post: Jocelyn from Peace Love Nutrition & Haylie Duff’s Real Girls Kitchen

April 10, 2014

Hello, loves! Today we have a guest post from a very good friend of mine, Jocelyn. Jocelyn blogs at Peace Love Nutrition, but also owns her own social media company. She is one busy girl! Today she’s going to share a project she’s been working on that I think you all will love!  Take it […]

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