Sunbutter & Jelly Yogurt Breakfast Bowl
Gluten-Free • Dairy-Free • Nut-Free • Allergy-Free
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Sunbutter & Jelly Yogurt Breakfast Bowl – Gluten-Free • Dairy-Free • Nut-Free • Allergy-Free
As much as I love smoothie bowls, today I wanted to do something a little different. Adding a little raspberry puree and sunflower seed butter to yogurt makes for a quick and yummy breakfast. Sunflower seed butter makes the perfect replacement for peanut butter, but if you can have nuts you could easily use a nut butter for this recipe. Top with some chia seeds and berries for some extra yumminess.
- 1/2 cup dairy free yogurt (I used coconut*)
- 2 TBSP sunbutter (Sunbutter brand is gluten and allergy free**)
- 2 TBSP raspberry jam or pureed raspberries
- 1/4 cup fresh or frozen berries
- 1 TSP chia seeds
- Add yogurt to a bowl and drizzle sunbutter and raspberry puree.
- Top with fresh berries and chai seeds (optional)
Elizabeth has just assumed a position with Vancouver Island Naturopathic Clinic & Integrated Health and is looking for ward to supporting you in her capacity there as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist.
What is Registered Holistic Nutrition?
Holistic Nutrition is a natural approach to dietary health that uses evidence-based techniques to optimize nutrient status and diet. Instead of focusing on just one aspect of the person, or taking a one size fits all methodology, holistic nutrition evaluates the complete health history, emotional state, lifestyle habits and current diet habits of an individual to determine the root cause of his or her health.
What schooling does a Registered Holistic Nutritionist do?
Registered Holistic Nutritionist is a professional trained by the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition (CSNN) to educate individuals and groups about the benefits of nutrition. After a 2 year program through a school of nutrition, students are required to complete 50 practicum hours and pass a board exam, which is the same across Canada.
Why come see a Holistic Nutritionist?
- You’ll get an Individualized food plan based on YOU – your likes, dislikes, food intolerances, allergies, and or lifestyle.
- Stuck in a rut? You’ll get Inspiration, motivation, guidance. It’s like having a personalized food trainer.
- Get to the root cause of your sleep problems, low energy, skin issues, hormonal problems.
- Improve your digestion! Get your digestion on track and feel better.
- Learn strategies to develop a new relationship with food. When you learn how to eat better, your confidence, energy and well being often improves.
- A holistic nutritionist can teach you a holistic model of health by providing not only dietary guidance, but lifestyle suggestions too.
- No quick-fix fad or crash diets. Diets don’t work and are time-limited. Get healthy over time, weight loss will be a side effect, as well as glowing skin, better sleep and better digestion.
Holistic Nutrition can help support these areas:
- Weight loss
- Improving your overall nutrition
- Chronic Health Disorders
- Autoimmune Conditions
- Chronic Pain
- Women’s Health
- Family and Pregnancy Support
- Living with food allergies or intolerances
- Celiac Disease management
- Depression and Anxiety
- Hormonal Issues
Are Holistic Nutritionists Covered On Benefits Programs?
It depends which company you use, – more and more companies are starting to cover Holistic Nutritionists. If your benefits plan is under Greenshield or Manulife, may often should be covered; however, it’s typically under “Nutritional Counselling / Social Work / Counselling” and is not the same as being covered with a Registered Dietician or Registered Nutritionist. If your benefits plan is under Sunlife, Great West Life or Pacific Blue Cross, there is a chance it’s covered. Always call your provider to ensure your coverage.
Contact Elizabeth at Vancouver Island Naturopathic Clinic
204-4480 West Saanich Road Victoria, B.C. V8Z 3E9
250.881.1806 | firstname.lastname@example.org
HOURS: Monday & Wednesday: 12 pm – 8 pm Thursday: 9:30 am – 8 pm Tuesday, Friday & Saturday: 9 am – 5 pm Sunday: Closed
In 2006, when Elizabeth was 15, she developed digestive symptoms after a case of food poisoning while vacationing in Tampa Bay – a hot dog eaten during triple overtime.
For six more years, her health continued to decline, she lost weight and suffered from severe fatigue, anemia, nausea, vomiting, bloating, fainting spells, joint pain and hair loss. At that point, she was finally diagnosed with celiac disease.
In 2014, while her health improved on a gluten-free diet, her diet of gluten-free processed cookies, pizzas and cakes wasn’t helping her health.
She continued to suffer with many of the same symptoms. After a bad viral infection that lead to viral encephalitis, she was also diagnosed with reactive arthritis. Elizabeth still struggles with ongoing nerve damage and pain on the right side of her body.
Elizabeth decided she had to get serious about restoring her health. She improved her diet, changed her mindset and enrolled in a Holistic Nutrition Diploma program. She discovered first hand how to provide her body with the nourishment it needed and her mind; positive thoughts. It transformed her life.
In 2016, Elizabeth graduated with a Diploma in Holistic Nutrition and started helping others!