We’re staring down the barrel of the dreaded New Year’s Resolutions — you know, where you swear off treats, chocolate, booze and anything else fun hoping to whittle a few pounds off the midsection. Of course, if you’re like most people, you probably did the exact same thing last year, to no avail.
The reasons resolutions don’t work are many, and Mairlyn Smith, a professional home economist and cookbook author, is here to help — not with resolutions, but with improving you and your family’s health through choosing nutrient-packed foods you likely grow on your farm.
Smith will be speaking about including Canadian (and some non-Canadian) super foods in your daily life, at CropSphere, January 13 and 14, 2015 at Saskatoon, Sask. Real Agriculture’s editor, and fellow Smith, Lyndsey caught up with Mairlyn to get a taste of what she’ll be talking about at the event. Click the video player below to hear about Canadian super foods, why there is no Magic Pill and how humour can help you get healthy.
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