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Julie Daniluk

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Julie Daniluk hosts Healthy Gourmet, a reality cooking show that highlights the ongoing battle between taste and nutrition by using unique groups such as bikers, dragon boat racers and ballroom dancers to challenge their taste buds with nutritious foods. Julie is excited... Full Bio
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The Wonders Of Coconut Oil by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   Coconut oil has gotten a bad rap: it’s a saturated fat, and we all know that saturated fats are bad for us, right? Think again. It turns out that coconut o ... Read on »
Hello Favourite Foods ~ We Need To Break-Up by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Thank you to my friend Jo-Ann Blondin of 9CupChallenge   for her insightful guest blog.*  I think we can all relate to what she has to say...   ... Read on »
A Testimony To Meals That Heal Inflammation And How It Can Work For You! by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living This is an amazing story from Amanda, a 28-year-old mother of one, who shares her experience about using Meals That Heal Inflammation to help her with a debilitatin ... Read on »
A Recipe For Travel by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Alan I on the ferry to Vancouver Island   I have been traveling for a couple of weeks now. As you may know, I am no stranger to travel. It is one of m ... Read on »
Don't Lose Your Gallbladder! by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I bet almost every single person reading this knows someone who has had his or her gallbladder removed. At one point the medical community thought it really did not ... Read on »
Go On A 'Rampage' With Wild Leeks by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   Wild leeks, commonly known as ramps, are quickly becoming a culinary delicacy in Canada. With a flavour best described as green onion with a strong garlic ... Read on »
My UnDiet Interview with Meghan Telpner by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Undiet is a fantastic food journey.   Meghan has knocked it out of the park with this fabulous book. I Read on »
Asparagus Season Is Just Around the Corner! by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   Eaten freshly harvested, asparagus tastes similar to snap peas and can be quite addictive. Asparagus is brimming with B-vitamins that energize and protect y ... Read on »
Take Action Against GM Alfalfa by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Join us! April 9th is the Day of Action to Stop GM Alfalfa!    The Canadian Biotechnology Action Network Read more... Read on »
The Meat Debate by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   One of the most frequently questions I am asked is, “Why do you recommend that some people eat meat?” Many inquirers remind me that diseases are being lin ... Read on »
Healthy Breakfast & Lunch Swaps For Time Old Favourites by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   Many times we think we are making healthy choices, but you would be shocked where the hidden calories are hiding in your food that make you gain more weight ... Read on »
Is The Paleo Diet Right For You? by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   Many people have asked me my thoughts on the Paleolithic Diet and how it compares to the Meals That Heal Inflammation Program. So I decided to study the i ... Read on »
Is There Proof That The Anti-Inflammatory Plan Works? by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   Back in July 2012 The Wall Street Journal published an article entitled, “The New Science Behind America’s Deadliest Diseases.” It is great to see such ... Read on »
Bitin’ Back At Inflammation by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Our experts at WholeLife Holistic Nutrition Inc. practice an integrative approach to health and wellness, including nutrition. Collaboratively, our team, utilizing ... Read on »
Squash It Up! by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   Squash may look like a standard veggie, but technically it’s a fruit because its flesh contains seeds. Did you know that it’s in the same food family as w ... Read on »

Sweet Potato Mash With Vanilla Bean Recipe by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   This recipe is by my favourite chef and co-host of Healthy Gourmet Ezra Title Read more... Read on »
Foods That Help You Cope With Stress by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   When speaking to clients about their concerns, one of the first questions I ask is “What stresses you out?” It is amazing how many people come up with three ... Read on »
Why You Should Be Wild About Salmon by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   Wild salmon is loaded with protein and the two blockbuster omega-3s, DHA and EPA, that make us happy, smart and pain-free. As the body can’t make omega-3 ... Read on »
Eat Your Brussels Sprouts! by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   For some reason, the faithful mini cabbage (aka Brussels sprout) has a bad rap. I suppose this is because people have been tortured by boiled-to-mush dish ... Read on »
Have A Meatless Monday With Lentils by Julie Daniluk Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Did you know that Canada is the world’s largest exporter of lentils ? We distribute this healthy legume to over 100 different countries annually. Despite that, len ... Read on »