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Marni Wasserman | Real Food & Real Life Nutritionist
There are so many nutrition questions that come up on the regular - all about eating healthy and living well. What’s best, how much, how little, and what kind? Food trends (as with all trends) are always changing! However, there are questions that I’m often asked that I’m hoping can help you on your path to great health, so read on for the top 5 I’ve received from you lately.

Marni Wasserman | Real Food & Real Life Nutritionist This is the 3rd post in my 4-part healthy brunch series. Check out week 1's Banana Blueberry Pancakes here, last week's Berry Smoothie Bowl here, and stay tuned for the last new recipe next Saturday! Happy brunching! Rustic Breakfast Frittata If you prefer something savoury for breakfast or brunch, then get ready for this easy-as-ever frittata. What I love most about this recipe is that it all can be done in one pan, making clean-up a cinch. The best part is that you can make it different every time depending on what seasonal produce is available. My one recommendation and request is to keep it colourful! Serves 2-4 | Prep time: 10 min | Ready in 10 min | Stores for 2 days in fridge What’s In It? 2 tbsp avocado oil 6 organic eggs 1 small sweet potato cut into wedges and roasted (this can be done ahead of...

As women, we are often natural nurturers and many of us put the wellbeing of others before ourselves. When we approach our late 40s, nearing menopause, the last thing we are concerned about is our heart health. But we should be. February is Heart Health Month in North America and is a great time to consider your risk factors and those of the women around you.  Heart health is not just a ‘man’s disease’, in fact, more women suffer strokes than men do, and women are more likely not to survive heart attack. Scary, but true.  The question now becomes: what can you do about this?