Energy to go!

Energy to go!

By Samantha Barcelo

McGill University | Dietetics

Made with a variety of oats, nuts, fruits and no added sugar, energy balls make the perfect on-the-go snack or deliciously healthy dessert. High in protein and fiber, they’re also a nutritious, filling post workout pick-me-up. With so many combinations to choose from, you can easily customize them to suit your dietary restriction or allergy. Simply mix your ingredients, roll into balls and satisfy any craving!

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Energize with Hot Lemon Water

Energize with Hot Lemon Water

Par Chelsea Cross

University of Guelph | Nutrition

My first tip is to start your day off with a warm glass of lemon water. The lemon has great detoxifying properties and gives an acid to your gut to help with digestion of food that is to come. Additionally, warmth of the water helps to open up the cells so they can really take in all the goodness the lemon has to offer.

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L’écoute de ses signaux

L’écoute de ses signaux

Par Marie-Pier Naud

Université de Montréal | Nutrition

Écoutez votre corps! Comment? Mangez lorsque votre corps vous indique que vous avez faim. Tentez de percevoir quand vous êtes rassasiés. Quels sont les indices que votre corps vous donne lorsqu’il a besoin d’énergie ou qu’il en a assez? Vous serez surpris des bénéfices! Matériel requis : un corps et de l’écoute!

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Repas congelés maison

Repas congelés maison

Par Karine Paiement

Université de Montréal | Nutrition

Cuisiner des recettes en grandes quantités que je congèle en portions, c’est le truc que je préfère ! Que ce soit pour la boîte à lunch ou pour un souper rapido-presto, je suis toujours heureuse d’avoir des repas nutritifs sous la main. Un de mes coups de cœur ? La ratatouille parce qu’elle regorge de couleurs et de saveurs!

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Smoothies au tofu

Smoothies au tofu

Par Delphine Bérubé

Collège de Maisonneuve | Technique de diététique

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Cheap & Easy No-Cook Breakfast

Cheap & Easy No-Cook Breakfast

By Emily Hou

Dietetics

Who said oatmeal is boring? Overnight oats are full of variety and can be easily modified to fit your dietary needs. You will need some oats, yogurt or protein powder (for added protein), and milk and sweetener of your choice. Add cocoa powder and nut butter to make it chocolate nut butter flavored or blend up some mango and pineapple to make it tropical! The options are endless. All you have to do is let your concoction bathe in the fridge overnight and enjoy in the morning at home or on the go.

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Swap Butter and Feel Better

Swap Butter and Feel Better

By Katie MacDonald

Acadia University | Bachelor of Science in Nutrition

Air popped popcorn is a quick and easy low calorie snack. Popcorn has a high fibre content, however, adding butter as a topping makes it a less healthy choice. By replacing butter with melted coconut oil it allows this snack to stay nutritious without sacrificing flavour.

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Collation santé-plaisir

Collation santé-plaisir

Par Catherine Trudel Guy

Université Laval – INAF | Maîtrise en nutrition

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Cooking Without Salt

Cooking Without Salt

By Marnie Watson

Algonquin College | Culinary Management

Reducing salt in our diets is easier than you think! Instead of reaching for that salt shaker try adding fresh herbs, spices especially homemade blends. Aromatics like garlic, onion and ginger. Acids like citrus fruits, vinegar and wine bring out the brightness of your ingredients. Honey adds a hint of sweetness. You can’t mimic the flavor salt brings to a dish but you can bring out the natural flavors of your delicious food.

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Comfort Food Made Healthy

Comfort Food Made Healthy

By Samantha Barcelo

McGill University | Dietetics

When that sugar craving kicks in, do you go for a cake, a cookie or… both? Satisfy your sweet tooth in the best way possible with a high fiber, high protein cookie cake! Opt for a mix of whole wheat flour and oats as a base, add any nut butter and substitute some oil for unsweetened applesauce to boost its nutritional content. Now all that’s left is to grab your blanket, kick back, and enjoy your comfort food guilt-free.

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