Written by: Laura Mierzwa, Registered Holistic Nutritionist & Culinary Nutrition Expert
Greens are often overlooked while we’re deep into the winter months. When the seasons change, our salad combinations should too! When making a winter salad, always include some type of cooked veggies and a warming spice. Greens are cooling, while things like sweet potato, ginger and cinnamon are more warming. Give this Holiday Harvest Salad a try for your next festive get together!
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Spiced Apple Dressing
Written by Laura Mierzwa, NutriChem Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Culinary Nutrition Expert
Laura is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Culinary Nutrition Expert. Holistic nutrition is a combination of modern science and time-tested wisdom based on the philosophy that each person has unique nutritional requirements. Laura specializes in working with clients who have digestive issues, food intolerances and autoimmune conditions. If you’re unsure of where to start, she will guide you in the right direction to improve your health at your own comfortable pace. She will suit your individual needs through customized nutrition protocols and meal planning.
Laura recognizes the importance of ongoing education as the health industry is forever evolving. Through whole foods, lifestyle improvements and proper supplementation Laura will support you to bring your health back to balance. As a Culinary Nutrition Expert, she is passionate about being in the kitchen creating delicious recipes with ingredients that support optimal health.
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