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What I’m thankful for this year

Nov 17, 2020 | The Healthy Way Newsletter

This year, I’m thankful for my health (as most other days). I appreciate the contentment of knowing I am where I need to be, and, silly as this may sound, squash!

Squash is my favourite vegetable for dinners this time of year because of their abundance, variety, and ability to be wholly enjoyed. So this month, I want to show you how to get the most from a gourd

They’re good for inflammation, circulation, eyesight, bone strength, blood sugar regulation, and healthy digestion.

Right now, Sosnicki Farm has the honours of delivering all my winter vegetables. Pumpkin season is still young, so getting the hang of these recipes can save you time and money, all while improving your health!


Roasted Squash

A side & appetizer served hot or cold as with salad.

Roasted Seeds

A snack or garnish with sweet and savoury recipes.

Squash Soup

A little more work, but yields many meals.

One squash is all you’ll need for all three recipes, and you can enjoy the products on their own as a side and a snack, or all at once is velvety-smooth soup to warm you from the inside.

Yours like the sun,
Dr. Elena Krasnov, N.D.
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I'm Dr. Elena Krasnov, N.D and I've been healing people for over 20 years with my holistic and comprehensive approach to health.

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