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10 2013

Rose Reisman

Caterer, Cookbook Author, Nutritional Consultant

Sixty-eight percent of Canadians are obese with one in four children contributing to this statistic. In comes Rose Reisman, health and nutrition expert, with seventeen cookbooks and several healthy ventures to inspire Canadians to change the way they eat.  Breaking down food groups, she offers tips and strategies for healthy eating. Starting with her famous ‘Swap it’, Rose Reisman shows how food choices can empower us to make smarter decisions.  With reference to her latest cookbook, Rose Reisman Family Favourites, she reveals her love affair with light cuisine. Learn how diets impact your system.  Learn how to avoid the ‘food prison’.  Learn the three key things to watch for in your food.

Interview Date: May 2011

Rose Reisman: Blog

Aug 25 2014

Recipe of the Week: Catelli Healthy Harvest Vitality-Boosting Pasta Salad

from: Rose

Syndicated from: Rose Reisman's Blog

This recipe is a powerhouse when it comes to vitality-boosting ingredients, including whole grains, edamame beans, berries, orange veggies and Greek yogurt. For more information on vitaility-boosting ingredients and the benefits of whole grains, check out or Serves 6. 1 Pkg (375 g)    Catelli® Healthy Harvest® Whole Wheat Rotini 1    large red bell […]

Mar 26 2014

Recipe of the Week: Hearty Italian Meatball Soup

from: Rose

Syndicated from: Rose Reisman's Blog

Still waiting for the Spring thaw to arrive? Cheer up and enjoy the warmth of this delicious and filling soup that’s hearty enough to be a meal. Keep the meatballs small when making.   Meatballs 6 oz lean ground beef (about 1/3 lb) 3 Tbsp seasoned dry breadcrumbs 2 Tbsp barbecue sauce 1 egg 1 […]

Mar 05 2014

Recipe of the Week: Asian Beef Lettuce Wraps with Peanut Sauce

from: Rose

Syndicated from: Rose Reisman's Blog

I love the mu shiu served in Chinese restaurants. Great for a main meal or a starter, you can also change up the meat from ground beef to chicken for a leaner dish. Traditionally, they’re high in calories and fat due to extra oil and the fattier quality of the beef. These homemade ones taste […]



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