8 04, 2013

Asian salmon & mango salad

April 8th, 2013|Blog, Nutrition, Recipes|

Salmon is one of my favorite things in the world- flavour AND nutrition wise. Not only is this delicious fish filled with healthy omega-3 Fats, (improve brain, heart and overall cell function), salmon is a great source of protein, which is crucial for anyone who exercises regularly in order to feed those working muscles- the heart included of course! Salmon is very versatile in the way it can be prepared. For this particular dish, I was inspired by a Jamie Oliver recipe (also called Asian salmon incidentally). My version is more nutritionally dense; I omitted the noodles and added more veggies. In short, I made it healthier and simpler so that anyone can cook it up even on a busy weeknight.
Give it a try,  you won’t regret it 🙂


27 11, 2012

5 Tips for choosing healthy bread at the supermarket

November 27th, 2012|Blog, Nutrition|

I know not everyone has the chance , or money to buy their bread at health food stores and most of us definitely don’t have time to make our own bread. Yes it’s definitely a fact that most pre-packaged bread in grocery stores are filled with tons of preservatives and are not what I would call “healthy” by any means. But, if you do a bit of research and read your labels, you’ll be able to find a few diamonds in the rough!


6 11, 2012

My Superfood of the Moment: Nutritional Yeast

November 6th, 2012|Blog, Nutrition|

Nutritious AND flavour-loaded, NY will ad a huge punch to any meal! 


25 09, 2012

Recipe: Healthy Butternut Squash Fries

September 25th, 2012|Blog, Nutrition, Recipes|

Now that Fall is officially under way, so winter squash season here in Ontario. So many beautiful varieties  to choose from; one of my personal favorites being butternut squash, especially baked in the oven as “fries”. Yes fries! They are delicious. True they don’t get quite as crispy as potato fries. That is because they are much less starchy and contain more water (they actually shrink quite a bit when baked). Not to mention the type of starch found in winter squash have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, as well as anti-diabetic and insulin-regulating properties. Sounds like a win win situation!

20 08, 2012

Recipe: Protein packed kale & zucchini noodle salad

August 20th, 2012|Blog, Nutrition, Recipes|

While the summer months are coming to an end there is still time to load up on fresh cool ingredients like a delicious salad loaded with super food goodness. This is one of my faves, and will keep you full and feeling healthy in and out!

30 07, 2012

Guest Blog Post: Trendy Kale

July 30th, 2012|Blog, Nutrition, Recipes|

My friend and fellow Nutritionist Ashleigh was great to write a guest blog post for Just Get Fit on her vast knowledge of this nutritionally packed vegetable. She is also a kale chip making expert; so Ashleigh shares with us her secret to making the perfect kale chips. Yes I’ve had them a bunch of times, and they are definitely delicious, if not slightly addictive! Read on for some impressive health facts and a yummy recipe to finish off..
Kale has become trendy. Yes, kale, as in the leafy green vegetable. It has become the cool kid in class – the football player with the 95% academic average who is going to Yale next year. Kale is going to Yale! Anne Hathaway did a kale diet. NBC profiled Uma Thurman’s “Smash” smoothie, which includes kale. Toronto has a restaurant named Kale (delicious, by the way). It’s even becoming an increasingly popular baby name.

3 11, 2011

5 Ways to Feel Healthier and Look Better Before Your Wedding Day

November 3rd, 2011|Blog, Exercise, Media Collaborations, Nutrition|

Justine’s Guest Blog Contribution to sashandsatin.com

Every bride (and groom) wants to look and feel their best on their wedding day. We’ve asked friendly fitness expert Justine Keyserlingk of Just Get Fit to put together 5 […]