Slimming Meals That Heal – A Must Read!



I am honoured to share the role of Resident Nutritionist with Julie on The Marilyn Denis Show. Julie’s authentic dedication and vibrant passion for inspiring and educating others to live their healthiest life is infectious. Her message is so important in this challenging time where we are confronted with so many foods that harm our health.

In her first book, Meals That Heal Inflammation, Julie shares extensive information on the causes of inflammation and reveals the healing foods that can integral for conditions of chronic inflammation. It is no surprise that this book is a National Best Seller! 

Next week (April 15th) Julie’s second book is hitting the shelves – Slimming Meals That Heal. This book uncovers  how a person can powerfully shift their hormones, their mind state, and their “gut-ecology” to manifest an anti-inflammatory state which will, in turn, translate to weight loss.

If you are looking to lose weight in a healthy and sustainable way this is ABSOLUTELY a book you must read. Not only is there extensive research provided, but Julie also gives real advice to help one holistically get balanced and shed the pounds for good. She includes a 5-step plan to boost metabolism and balance hormones. She includes recipes that are the real deal; designed for health in mind, and full of flavour!

I wish Julie endless success with this awesome book!

Here is a small taste from Slimming Meals That Heal…

Rocket Maca Truffles

Maca is an adaptogenic root whose B vitamins help your body handle stress. I call the truffles my rockets because when I need a boost before a TV segment, I enjoy a huge jolt of energy from one or two of these treats. Cocoa is great for energy and mood, and is high in antioxidants. Maca is known for increasing libido and nourishing the adrenals. Try it in smoothies, baked goods and treats


2 tbsp             maca powder

pinch              pink rock salt or gray sea salt

1 tsp               cinnamon

2/3 cup          cocoa or raw cacao or carob powder

1 cup              nut butter, stirred well

1/4 cup           raw honey

1 tsp                pure vanilla extract

 Topping Choices:

1 tbsp              cocoa or carob powder

1 tbsp              dried shredded coconut or sesame seeds


1. In a bowl, stir together maca powder, salt, cinnamon and cocoa until well mixed.

2. Slowly add nut butter, honey and vanilla and mix by hand.

3. Roll into 1-inch balls and dust with cocoa or carob powder, or shredded coconut or sesame seeds. Keep chilled in fridge until serving.

Makes 24 balls.


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