Lorene Sauro, Author at thedigestersdilemma.com

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So far Lorene Sauro has created 187 blog entries.

The Politics of Fat and Food

Fat has had a bumpy ride when it comes to trying to find its place in a healthy diet. It’s not just because of questionable research. Food and, as a result, fat have become political footballs and many people are confused. Join Peg McPhedren, RHN, CNE and Lorene Sauro, RHN as they share the history [...]

By | August 14th, 2020|Shows|0 Comments

Sweet Potato White Potato Salad with Avocado Mayo

  There are many ways to take old favourites and make them better for your needs today. Growing up, potato salad was something we only had in the summer. And I’m not talking about the one from KFC or any other store-bought version. The potato salad of my childhood memories was made from scratch, usually [...]

By | August 14th, 2020|Recipes|0 Comments

Enjoying The Sweet Life Without White Sugar

What’s the role of the sweet taste in your life, in the gut and the body? Join Mirela Cojoaca, RHN and Lorene Sauro, RHN as we provide some answers. Learn all the options for sweeteners with the pros and cons. And watch as we  bake two sweet treats with unique ingredients and discuss the magic [...]

By | August 8th, 2020|Shows|0 Comments

This May Not Be A Perfect Garden

  This may not be a perfect garden. But it’s my garden and that’s all that matters. There is not enough time to describe all the positive studies for spending time in nature.  I'd rather be outside. But we all know how good we feel when we step into the outdoors – if the weather [...]

By | August 8th, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

Sourdough Pasta: How and Why?

  If you're interested in good gut information, then you'll want to watch  the techniques I show for making sourdough pasta. Discover the taste difference partially fermented pasta can offer.  There are some very beneficial reasons for leaning to do this. It’ll make both your gut and you very happy. And it’s easier and faster [...]

By | August 1st, 2020|Shows|0 Comments

Sourdough Tortellini with Mushroom and Asparagus

  As a child, homemade pasta was a weekly occurrence in my house. I loved to help my mother put the pasta through what we called “the spaghetti machine”. We made the pasta with eggs and all-purpose flour. A certain amount of strength is required to make the dough right. Neither my mother or I [...]

By | August 1st, 2020|Recipes|0 Comments
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