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Immunity Boosting Menu for January

This month’s immunity boosting menu features foods to boost your immune system, keeping you hale and hearty through the deep freeze of January!

Toronto Holistic Nutritionist Laurie McPhail Immunity Boosting Menu

Breakfast: Spinach, Tomato & Goat Cheese Egg Scramble (round out with a broiled grapefruit half)
Lunch: Butter Chicken and Cauliflower Rice (make ahead; when ready to serve simply reheat and stir in some chopped baby kale)
Snack if needed: Golden Turmeric Latte (these can be addictive)
Dinner: One Pan Salmon with Rainbow Veggies (on the table in no time)

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A Few of the Featured Foods…

Toronto Holistic Nutritionist Laurie McPhail Immunity Boosting Menu

Bell Peppers & Citrus

Everyone thinks about oranges when it comes to fighting off colds. But did you know that yellow bell peppers contain three times as much vitamin C as a navel orange on a gram for gram basis? Remember that you need to eat these foods daily because your body cannot store vitamin C.

Toronto Holistic Nutritionist Laurie McPhail Immunity Boosting Menu

Garlic fights off infections as well as vampires! Research has shown that sulphur compounds in garlic boost the ability of some types of white blood cells to fight viruses. Crushing garlic and letting it stand for 10 minutes before cooking helps prevent the loss of its medicinal properties.


Cooking your own food is the single most impactful step you can take to improve your health and energy!

I hope you enjoy January’s immunity boosting menu.  And if you want to cook more of your own food but don’t know what to make or have the time to organize your own menus and shopping lists, The Nutritional Reset offers a meal planning service so you can prepare tasty, nutritious meals in a snap. Click here to find out more.

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