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Kick off 2022 with the final episode of our Food is Medicine cooking series! In this episode, our dietician duo share some of their trade secrets – including time saver overnight oats, new ways to flavour your roasted vegetables, and the battle of air fryer vs oven for how to get the perfect fish and chips. 

For this episode, we’re joined by two North American Indigenous Games athletes in their journey to find protein packed meals and post activity recovery snacks. We’ll learn how our bodies use protein best, why protein is important for muscle recovery, and when’s best to refuel our bodies. 

Join us as we explore the limitless options of overnight oats. Rumour has it our dietitian duo even has some chocolate thrown in the mix! Learn how to pack your oatmeal with protein and why we’re choosing those large flake oats every time.

Then we take a turn to a community favourite – fish and chips! Not only are we finding healthy alternatives to the classic fried fish, we’re putting a new friend to the test, the air fryer! Learn the health benefits of air fryers as we experiment with both oven baked and air fryer methods for breaded fish, home fries and roasted vegetables. 

From breakfast to dinner, this episode is packed with nourishing recipes sure to leave your tummy rumbling! 

Episode 4: Protein Power 

Watch Episode 4

Our 4-part cooking series promises meals that are accessible and nutritious, served with a side of quirky humour from our dietitian duo hosts. Catch all four episodes below! 

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This newsletter comes to you from the Healthy Living program at I·SPARC.  

Director, Healthy Living 
Robynne Edgar
P:  250.858.6383

Manager, Healthy Living Program Operations
Jessie Toynbee
P:  250.891.9150

Provincial Coordinator,
Indigenous RunWalk 

Susan Meier
P:  604.763.4134

Master Facilitator, FitNation and Schools, Physical Activity and Physical Literacy 
Dwayne Roberts