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Carolyn Berry

Registered Dietitian

Carolyn Berry is a registered dietitian in Vancouver, B.C. She received her Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from the University of British Columbia and is now working as a clinical dietitian for Fraser Health Authority, as well as in two private practice settings: Nuvo Nutrition and Russel Sean Fitness. She is also a contributing author for HealthCastle.com.

Carolyn is passionate about empowering people with the knowledge they need to live healthy lives. She is also a self-proclaimed foodie with a love of cooking and experimenting in the kitchen. One of her favourite hobbies is food blogging, which she does at Wealth of Health.
Carolyn Berry

Peanut Butter And Honey Oat Balls Are Perfect Post-Workout

I was trying to come up with the perfect high-energy snack for my 28-kilometre run this weekend, so I decided to combine many of my favourite snack food ingredients: peanut butter and honey! These little granola bar-like bites are perfect for breakfast on the run, as well as for pre- and post-workout.
02/24/2014 05:06 EST
Carolyn Berry

Parmesan Mashed Cauliflower Will Make You Forget About Potatoes

Cauliflower hasn't always been one of my favourite vegetables. It used to sit in my fridge until it was nearly past the point of no return, and then I would resort to chopping it up and eating it raw with dip. But then one day I tried to mimic one of my favourite restaurant dishes, roasted cauliflower, and I was sold on the versatility of this seemingly boring vegetable.
02/03/2014 04:40 EST
Carolyn Berry

Making Eggs Has Never Been As Easy As This Yam And Leek Frittata

I find that cooking eggs can be a bit tricky. I usually end up puncturing the yolk of a fried egg, or completely destroying an omelette before it reaches my plate. But you don't need to worry about those problems when it comes to one egg dish: the frittata. They don't require a gentle hand--just mix all the prepared ingredients in a bowl and pour into your baking pan. Too easy, right?
01/20/2014 05:52 EST
Wealth Of Health

Warm Up With Butternut Squash Mac And Cheese

Traditionally, mac and cheese is really rich and heavy on butter, cream and, well, cheese, so I wanted to try a lightened up version -- without compromising taste and texture, of course. I decided to turn to an unlikely ingredient for a boost: butternut squash.
01/07/2014 08:25 EST
Carolyn Berry

The Perfect Post-Holidays Treat: Dark Chocolate Gingerbread Kettle Corn

I've always loved kettle corn: popcorn with the perfect combination of salty and sweet! Popcorn, after all, is a whole grain -- and though it gets a bad reputation at the movie theaters, homemade popcorn can be a light, healthy and delicious snack that satisfies those munchies. I decided to add a holiday twist to this batch of kettle corn by sprinkling it with a combination of spices that give it a nice warm gingerbread taste. You can also add other ingredients like a drizzle of chocolate, dried fruit, and shredded coconut.
12/28/2013 01:31 EST
Carolyn Berry

These Delicious Holiday Bliss Bites Are So Simple To Make

I think that "bliss" is a very appropriate word to describe these treats, as they're chocolatey, fudgy, and full of wholesome ingredients. So wholesome, even, that not only are they considered a treat, but they're the perfect on-the-go snack -- whether you need an energy boost for a workout, or something to get you through those exhausting holiday shopping days.
12/20/2013 05:55 EST