http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-U2VJbvXDTU We're veeery excited to announce that THE Kim D'Eon has launched her shiny new food web series, Eat Some Good, this week in partnership with NOW Toronto Online. And the Goods was featured in the first episode! It was amazing having Kim in our kitchen, not only are her high vibes always welcome, she's a strong driven woman, using her TV powers for good... and you know we love when humans use their smarts, experience and passions for the better. After spending many years in entertainment television Kim went back to school to become a holistic nutritionist and now combines her experience with her love for wellness. Educating Toronto on how to eat clean both at home, through her informative blog and out in the city with her web series. We feel blessed everyday to be part of this movement. We believe food is at the root of everything, the more we nourish ourselves the more we nourish our community and future generations.

Pantry We know the key to eating better is having easy access to good food (and green smoothies on the regular of course). But where to begin! Here is a starter list of ingredients any healthy whole food eater should have in their pantry. This makes it easy to whip up delicious meals with only having to pickup a few fresh ingredients. We suggest buying a few items at a time, real food is a bit more expensive but it lasts so don't fret. And it's always cheaper than eating out. Keep an eye on competition, health is hot right now and some retailers will try to cash in. Click here for cheap stuff west end, cheap stuff big box, cheap stuff online. And don't be overwhelmed, this is a lifestyle change, so replace what's in your cabinet with good stuff as you run out and in no time you'll be stocked. Oils Coconut Oil Olive Oil Avocado Oil Toasted Sesame Oil  Sugar and Spice Dates Unpasteurized Honey Stevia Coconut Sugar Mineral Salt Black and white pepper Garlic and onion powder Cinnamon Cayenne Organic, non-GMO Tamari (gluten-free soy sauce basically) Organic, non-GMO Miso (good cheesy alternative) Nutritional yeast (another cheesy alternative) Apple Cider Vinegar  Raw Cacao Maca Seeds, Nuts and Butters  Hemp Hearts Chia Flax Pumpkin Seeds Almonds (or almond butter) Walnuts Tahini (sesame butter) Cacao butter Grains and Legumes Long Grain Brown Rice Quinoa Adzuki Beans Lentils Mung Beans