Organic Wild Blueberries at a Costco Near You!

Don’t miss out on getting your fresh in frozen Snowcrest Farms Organic Wild Blueberries. Sustainably harvested from the Boreal region of Quebec, Canada.  These little treats are unlike all others and are great for baking or smoothies. read more →

Flavonoid-rich diet may reduce risk of type 2 diabetes: Study

Do you have a family history of Type 2 diabetes? Then visit the below link to read about an interesting study that looks at how increasing your intake of flavonoids (naturally found in berries as well as some other foods) can reduce your risk. For great recipe ideas to help you add berries to your.. read more →

5 Tips for a Healthy, Happy Family

When good eating and exercise habits are formed at home, they can last a lifetime. Use these techniques to teach your children the importance of staying active and eating nutritious (and great-tasting!) food. Good foods in; bad foods out. Start simple. When kids are young, you have the advantage because they eat at least half.. read more →

Blueberries Brain Boosting Power

BC BLUEBERRIES OFFER BRAIN BOOSTING POWER – BC Blueberry Council Press Release (The research linking blueberries to a lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease is surprisingly strong) (Vancouver, B.C.) – Among the many changes that come with aging, memory loss is one that is feared the most. But if we take steps early enough, it’s far.. read more →

What is the link between breakfast and a healthy heart?

Start your day right!  The following article was found on BBC’s website.  You may consider letting people who skip breakfast know why it may not be such a good idea to do so.  Remember it can be as easy as a smoothie in the morning.  For great smoothie ideas check out our smoothie recipes. Breakfast.. read more →

Berry Berry Diabetes

Why the Berry is a Diabetes Friendly Food read more →

Eating More Berries May Delay Memory Decline

Berries are good for the brain, according to a study that suggests the fruits can help fend off the mental decline of aging. Women who ate one or more servings of blueberries or two or more servings of strawberries a week over two decades had minds that, based on memory tests, were 2.5 years younger.. read more →

How to Substitute High Calorie Foods with Fruit and Berries

It’s not always easy to understand how to improve your dietary patterns. The most difficult task is not identifying what needs to change, but figuring out the alternative. read more →

Fresh versus Frozen

Did you Know? According to recent studies frozen fruit and berries provide the same nutrients and health benefits as their fresh counterparts. That’s because, frozen fruit and berries  are simply fresh ripe ones that have been flash-frozen shortly after harvest. read more →

Saturated Fats Hamper Brain Function and Memory

  Consumption of saturated fats may be associated with decreases in memory and reductions in brain functioning, and could lead to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease, according to new research in women. It has long been suggested that excessive consumption of ‘bad’ fats – such as saturated and trans fats – could be bad.. read more →