Stan Smith reviews Jeffrey Smith’s ‘Genetic Roulette.’ Genetic Roulette a book and documentary, by non-GMO activist Geoffrey Smith explains the controversy surrounding genetically modified foods. It discusses the origins of genetically engineered crops like corn, sugar and soy, charts their implementation and discusses the dangers of possible cross-contamination of other food sources like wheat…. Read More
Welcome to Silver Hills Bakery
Canada’s original sprouted grain, Non GMO bread
For over 25 years we’ve focused on inspiring healthier living through healthier choices. Because we believe that lifestyle and nutrition are significant to people’s happiness. We contribute to the health and well-being of our customers by baking organic sprouted grain, non GMO breads that not only taste great but are also some of the healthiest available.
Our breads, bagels and buns are loaded with fibre, protein and fantastic flavour. Sprouting the grains before we bake them unlocks even more nutrients.
As Canada’s first verified non GMO bread, we only use pure, natural ingredients and keep out any ingredient we can’t pronounce. Simple, organic and delicious… the way bread should be. All so you can enjoy a tasty, healthy bread as part of your foundation for a happier, healthier life.
Stan Smith talks about the importance of transparency in labeling. “There’s a stigma about genetically modified foods and its due in part to the perception that the food industry hasn’t been transparent,” says Silver Hills co-owner Stan Smith. “There’s been a lot of industry resistance to non-GMO labeling. I see large companies spending so… Read More
Sure to be a family favorite, this satisfying casserole is made with healthy chunks of winter squash topped off with slices of sprouted bread. Ingredients Squash Filling: 6 cups of squash (butternut, acorn, etc) 2 onions, chopped 2 garlic gloves, chopped 1 tbsp fresh rosemary, chopped 1 tsp salt ½ tsp pepper ½ tsp nutmeg… Read More
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For as long as she can remember, Silver Hills’ co-owner, Kathy Smith, has always been interested in health. However, a severe stroke in 2002 that almost claimed Kathy’s life at the age of 40...
Silver Hills’ longest standing full-time employee and certified BCRPA Fitness Strength Trainer, Ron Donatelli, is the epitome of practicing what you preach when it comes to healthy living...
Learning to live with celiac disease hasn’t been easy for Earl, but diet and lifestyle changes have definitely had a positive impact over the past 14 years.
Dr. Jason Boxtart
Dr. Jason Boxtart’s passion for Silver Hills gluten-free bread mirrors his passion for his family and patients that live with gluten intolerance...
Marcia Foreman’s passion for promoting healthy living and raising awareness for the diabetes epidemic is nothing short of admirable. As a dietitian and certified diabetes educator...
Donna Currie has lived with Type 1 Diabetes for over 30 years. Since being diagnosed, she hasn't been able to eat bread—that is, until she discovered...
Nothing about the way Svein (pronounced Swayne) got his start was conventional. It was a 4,000-mile, soul searching bike trek up to Alaska with his 80lb. dog...
As a woman in her mid thirties, Elisa Singleton has battled high blood pressure for years, which she has combatted through diet and exercise. However, with a renewed goal...
Mary & Dan Krozonouski
When Mary and her husband discovered a few years ago that their son Dan was allergic to gluten, they had two options...
Jerry & Mari-Ellen Metzger
Jerry and Mari-Ellen Metzger’s story of transition is likely one that is shared by many. As a couple in their early sixties,...
Alison Jackson's story is exactly what Silver Hills is all about - healthy eating and active living. In high school she competed as a gymnast and dancer, but realized quickly...
Dr. Neil McKinney
When the Silver Hills bakery started, Dr. McKinney recalls, he was one of the first customers—and he knew he’d struck on something that could greatly improve his patients’ quality of life.