The MOLLY MAID Cleaning Handbook is full of easy cleaning methods, tips and advice. Cleaning can be fast and simple; from tackling the clutter to scrubbing the bathtub, the cleaning experts at MOLLY MAID will be with you every step of the way. With a system as efficient as MOLLY MAID, you’ll have plenty of time left over to enjoy your sparkling home.
The Best Healthy Foods to Eat for Tooth Health
Just like our bodies, says the Ontario Dental Association, teeth and gums need essential minerals and vitamins to stay strong and healthy.
Top 10 Tips for Growing your Own Tomatoes
As the weather begins to warm-up and salad returns to the menu, have you ever thought about growing your own fruit and vegetables?
6 Delicious Ways to Clear the Body of Toxins
The cleaning experts at MOLLY MAID recommend adding these six super detox foods to your diet.
New Year’s Resolutions: Get your House in Shape to Help
Have you made a resolution to lose weight, quit smoking, or start exercising in 2015?
The Heat is on: How to Care for your Dog in Summer Temperatures
Here’s how to keep your dog happy and healthy this summer.
Make Something Fun – and Good – to Eat
When it comes to snacks for kids, it’s tough to compete with sweets. But why not try with these homemade fruit snacks. After school, ask kids to help you make them, and then enjoy eating these nutritious treats together too. The cleaning experts at MOLLY MAID suggest that this is a good time to teach […]
Get Fresh: Farmers’ Markets make Great Classrooms
With the spring harvest kicking off another great year of fresh, local produce, it’s time to plan a family outing to a local Farmers’ Market.
Harvest Home: Buy Now to Enjoy Later
Freezing fruits and vegetables when they’re at their best actually preserves a lot of their good, nutritious ingredients. Here are some ideas!
Spring Detox: These 5 Foods are all Natural
Spring is a perfect time to detoxify and cleanse your body from the inside out. The following five foods are natural detoxifying agents, so incorporating them into your diet will help.
Go Green – Buy Food Locally!
Eating locally-grown fruits and vegetables is a wonderful way to support farmers and the environment.
By the time winter hits, most fresh produce goes into hibernation making it more difficult to include fruit and vegetables into meal-making. The frozen food section at your local grocery store is packed with inexpensive, quick and nutritious offerings year round. In many cases, frozen vegetables can actually be more nutritious than fresh because they […]
Keep Bacteria out of your Kitchen!
Enough bacteria and flu germs are going around during the winter season that you don’t want to bring any more bacteria into your kitchen. There are an estimated 11 million cases of food-borne illnesses in Canada each year. When food becomes contaminated by pathogens, such as bacteria, viruses or parasites, it can make the consumer […]
The ‘Dirty Dozen’ and the ‘Clean 15’
Each year the Environmental Working Group releases two lists informing consumers of the foods with the highest and lowest pesticide residue. These lists allow consumers to determine which foods they should purchase from the ‘Organic’ section and which are okay to buy conventionally. The ‘Dirty Dozen’ list refers to those fruits and vegetables that have […]
The Secrets of Honey
Honey is one of those amazing gifts of nature (did you know that bees have to visit two million flowers just to provide us with one pound of honey?) While it tastes wonderful in tea and baked goods, honey has been used medicinally for centuries too. Take a look at the many uses of honey […]
Breakfast of Champions
If you have trouble waking up in the morning, consider your breakfast choices. Molly Maid discusses what makes a good breakfast to jump-start your day!