Monthly Archives: April 2016

Do Vitamins Really Work?

Can vitamins and minerals truly make a difference to your overall health? Don't we get enough nutrients from the foods we eat? Can vitamins help my depression? Anxiety? Diabetes? Fatigue? What is "megadose" vitamin therapy and is it safe?  Come join us on Wednesday May 18th, 2016 for an educational evening to address these frequently asked questions [...]

Do Vitamins Really Work?2016-04-29T11:26:23+00:00

Earth Day Wrap-up

For the past six years Brio has participated in Earth Day awareness. Each year we contact local businesses who generously donate eco-friendly and local products. This year, we received donations from the following companies:   Heringers Meats - Dine out on Heringers: Two BC grass-fed steaks, two homemade stuffed potatoes, one homemade grass fed beef broth, [...]

Earth Day Wrap-up2016-04-26T17:40:57+00:00

Mother’s Day Recipe

This Mother's Day, treat your Mom to a healthy and delicious breakfast or brunch. This recipe for a crustless quiche is perfect on it's own or as a side, and it keeps well for easy breakfasts in the morning. Doing a brunch? Add our healthy chocolate bark for dessert! [tagline_box backgroundcolor="" shadow="yes" shadowopacity="0.7" border="1px" bordercolor="" highlightposition="top" content_alignment="left" [...]

Mother’s Day Recipe2016-04-21T15:15:54+00:00

Breaking Down – “Breaking Bread”

Michael Pollan is a well-known author and modern day activist in our current food revolution.  He has several books published on food, comparing traditional cultures and nutrition, as compared to the modern day Western Diet.  You may have heard of a few of his most popular books:  “In Defense of Food,” and “An Omnivores  Dilemma.” [...]

Breaking Down – “Breaking Bread”2016-04-13T16:18:44+00:00