Lori Nichols Davies
Lori Nichols Davies is a Natural Health Consultant, who owns the Holistic Cooking Academy of Canada.
- Homemade Soup
Soup answers our body's primary need for fluid, salt, potassium, and electrolyte function. Nothing is more satisfying or nourishing to the body as a bowl of savory, gelatinous, bone broth based soups.
- All about Butter
Butter is the tastiest of all fats. It has valuable nutrients essential to the brain and to the entire immune system. Find out why it is good to eat at least three tablespoons of butter a day.
- The Many Vital Roles of Cholesterol
Cholesterol is a powerful antioxidant that protects us against free radical damage. Find out the myths and truths about cholesterol, dangers of statin drugs, and ways to avoid heart disease.
- Shortbread with Stevia
Shortbread is deliciously fatty for warmth in winter. Served with fragrant herbal tea and Mandarin oranges to balance the fat is a nourishing tradition indeed. Find out the lovely recipe!
- Kiss Your Heart Tea
Here is a lovely alkaline herbal tea with ginkgo, ginger, haw thorne berries, cinnamon, cardamom and cloves. This Kiss your Heart Tea will help reduce stress and prevent heart disease.
- Food for the Brain
Lori Nichols Davies shares with us the importance of eating breakfast. Food is sacred to your well-being - physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. Find out what you need to start your day!
- Vegan Diet
Lori Nichols Davies shares with us how a proper vegan diet really emphasizes on watching your bodily signs for guidance, eating local organic food and forming healthy lifestyle choices.
- Lemon, Garlic, Bee Pollen & Friendly Bacteria
Lori Nichols Davies shares with us how bee pollen, lemon juice, garlic, and broccoli possess some very unique and wonderful health giving properties, if eaten raw. Find out the benefits.
- How Much Protein do we Need?
Lori Nichols Davies shares with us the importance of protein and how it can repair and heal your cells. Most people have no clue how much protein they need, as it all depends on your lifestyle.
- Trace Minerals from the Sea
There is no better source for trace minerals than the sea, both the salt and the food. These green foods are fantastic sources of nutrients for your body. Find out the benefits of trace minerals from the sea.
- Balancing Grains, Seeds & Nuts for Energy
Soaking grains overnight before cooking can help release digestive enzymes to increase absorption of vital nutrients to your body. Learn tips on how to balance your energy with grains, seeds, nuts & oils throughout your day.