Recipe Booklets and Websites

Recipe Booklets

“Good nutrition creates health in all areas of our existence. All parts are interconnected.”
– T. Collin Campbell

Recipe Websites

Choices Markets – the BC-owned, organic Lower Mainland grocery store website.  Check out their recipe database, as well as the product listings under the Nutrition link.

Cook for Good – this website aims to prove that it is possible to plan, cook, and eat delicious food for very little money and without too much effort.

Cookus Interruptus – an excellent website that shows you how to cook fresh, local, organic whole foods despite life’s interruptions.  This site offers short, entertaining video clips.

Elana’s Pantry – an easy-to-navigate, attractive website full of recipes and information specifically geared towards special diets (agave-free, candida, dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, keto, low-carb, nut-free, paleo, specific carbohydrate diet, vegan, vegetarian).

Gluten-Free Easy – up-to-date information on gluten-free products and recipes.

MealEasy™ – an excellent online meal planner (plus app) that allows users to customize, shop, and prepare high-quality meals around their health and fitness goals, e.g. weight loss, heart health, diabetes, vegetarianism, and gluten-free. (Note: there is a monthly or yearly subscription fee involved.)

Nature’s Fare Marketrecipes from the BC-owned, organic grocery store website.  They also offer free in-store nutrition consultations.  

Nourishing Meals – the founders of Whole Life Nutrition and “Nourishing Meals” cookbooks share their kid-friendly, healthy, whole-food recipes that are gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, and egg-free.  

Whole Foods Market – find recipes from the internationally-popular, organic grocery store.

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