Community Natural Foods is a company that has seen a lot of change. Our 40 year history in the health food industry has been remarkable.
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At this time of year, we often see people focusing on their weight, health and life achievements. While all of these are great goals to work on, there’s one component that is often missed in people’s resolutions, and that is the focus on our environment! Here are 5 ways you can make a change for the good of our environment this year, and still feel good about yourself too!
If you have ever visited our stores you know are staff are incredibly knowledgeable about health and the products we carry. We decided to do a poll to find out what their favorites are when it comes to illness prevention and immunity.
our family has been raising turkeys on our Alberta farm, in Dalemead, south east of Calgary, for four generations
The holidays are a great reason to bring family and friends together to celebrate. It can however turn into a costly venture between the food, drink, decorations and special diet considerations.
Gluten free baking doesn't have to be such a challenge if you follow our tips
Take your post-workout gains way up by avoiding these post-workout nutrition mistake!
It’s that time of year where many of us decide to start our year off on a new and healthier path. Often we look to cleansing for a kick start after the holidays. The big question is where do you start?
Community Natural Foods is the first Calgary grocery store to divert 200,000 of food waste.
Kombucha is the not so new, new health fad that seems to be popping up everywhere. This yeast and bacteria fermented green, black and even white tea beverage is considered to be an elixir of health that has been used for centuries in Asia.
Its coming down to the wire and you need to get some last minute shopping done. Don’t worry, we have you covered.
Cashews are definitely part of the superfood family.The contain healthy amounts of copper, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, and vitamin K, along with the antioxidants, tyrosinase, melanin, elastin, proanthocyanidins, and oleic acid. Which means their great for your bones, your brains and protecting the body from free radicals. We’ve rounded three ways to dress up the popular crescent shaped nut. These recipes are great for appetizers, game night and also make a tasty topping for salads and desserts.