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Photo courtesy of Ng
 
Dancer's Kitchen

Yvonne's Breakfast

By Yvonne Ng

Purple rice and mango salad

Emma's Brunch Bean Patty
 
Dancer's Kitchen

Emma's Brunch Bean Patty

The Dance Current’s new interim editor, Emma Doran, shares a delicious, lovingly borrowed breakfast recipe

Mediterranean Orzo Salad with Orange Vinaigrette. See the full recipe at Feeling-Foody.com
 
Dancer's Kitchen

Kallee's Dressing Trio

By Kallee Lins

Dressings and sauces help create healthy and delicious meals

Greta Hodgkinson Photo by Karolina Kuras
 
Dancer's Kitchen

Greta's Slow-Cooked Lasagna

During the postpartum period, Greta Hodgkinson, who is celebrating her twentieth year as a principal dancer with The National Ballet of Canada, focuses on getting enough food and nutrition while breastfeeding and returning to training.

Courtesy of Paul Chambers
 
Dancer's Kitchen

Dancing with Goats

Former dancers Craig Sanok and Paul Chambers now run their own goat dairy, Dancing Goats.

Snacks: A banana, chocolate and a cookie
 
Dancer's Kitchen

Snacking in the Wings

Three dancers from Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada share what they eat before stepping onstage

 
Dancer's Kitchen

Stephanie's Bite-Size Veggie Quiches

A speedy snack and savoury hosting treat for potlucks and parties

 
Dancer's Kitchen

Alex's Maple Quinoa

Dancers need meals that are clean, easy to digest and provide enough calories to keep them energized. This maple quinoa, from Alex Tam of Aeriosa Dance Society, an aerial dance company based in Vancouver, is a power meal with the flavour of maple and bitter chocolate. Vegan, highly alkaline and magnesium rich, it can be enjoyed before or after a high intensity workout, even one eighty feet in the air.

 
Healthy Dancer

Fave Green Smoothie

By Ana Alexandre

Nutritious and refreshing.

 
Healthy Dancer

Beginning with Raw Food

By Nathan Payne, Matthew Kennedy

Raw food diets are predominantly or exclusively made up of uncooked and unprocessed raw food.

Healthy Dancer

Preserves: Flavour & Nutrition

By Nathan Payne, Matthew Kennedy

Preserving is a traditional and tested practice of selecting, harvesting, preparing, processing and storing food.

Healthy Dancer

Ingredients for the Ultimate Snack

By Nathan Payne, Matthew Kennedy

Stock a handful of staple ingredients and build an arsenal of energy-dense snacks that are ready to go when you are.

Healthy Dancer

Reconsidering Red Meat

By Nathan Payne, Matthew Kennedy

Growing evidence suggests that not all red meat is created equal.

Healthy Dancer

What influences your appetite?

By Nathan Payne

What influences your appetite?

Healthy Dancer

Omega-3: The Good Fat

By Nathan Payne

Here are some tips to boost your omega-3 intake.

Healthy Dancer

Protein: meeting the body's needs

By Nathan Payne

Animal protein delivers all of the essential amino acids our body needs, whereas proteins from vegetable sources are generally missing one or two of the essential amino acids.

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