Our Contributors in Sports Nutrition
Health and sports adviser
Annie D’Amours is editor of the Ellecourt.com blog. In 2010, she founded her preventive medicine clinic which is dedicated to women’s health. Annie is a general health coach and running expert. Her passion for women’s health and well-being has resulted in her being named the brand ambassador for Lolë and co-founder of the Jun Amie Lolë running club. She loves running, hiking, eating and discovering wellness! As a health and sports professional, she has a desire to share her passion with women and motivate them to give the best of themselves by leading a healthy and active life. Annie sees herself as a fitness and healthy diet enthusiast.
Founder of www.nutritionniste-sportif.ca and nutrition trainer at www.xpertise360.com, Steven is a renowned sports nutritionist in French-speaking Canada. He has a Bachelor’s degree in nutrition and a Master’s degree in sports nutrition from Laval University. Steven currently runs offices in sports nutrition and weight management.
Recognised for his numerous involvements in amateur and professional sports in recent years, Steven also works with people who seek simple weight management.
Nutritionist and nutrition coordinator, Alina has been part of the Nautilus Plus team since 2011. Holder of a bachelor’s degree in nutrition from McGill University and a diploma in sports nutrition through the International Olympic Committee, she is also a member of the Ordre Professionnel des Diététistes du Québec. Passionate about nutrition as much as about sports, she is currently completing a master’s degree in sports nutrition in Stirling, Scotland. In addition to working out regularly and taking part in various physical activities, from climbing to surf without forgetting yoga, Alina loves sharing her nutrition tips and tricks.
Holder of a bachelor’s degree in nutrition from McGill University, and member of the Ordre Professionnel des Diététistes du Québec, Caroline has been working as a nutritionist for Nautilus Plus since January 2013. A seasoned marathon runner with a passion for cooking, she also animates conferences and motivation groups about nutrition!
“As I have not always been a keen athlete, I am very proud of having completed a marathon, and also of preparing the next ones! My objective is to make people realize that eating healthy is a pleasure that we are lucky to enjoy three times a day!”
Karine Larose is a kinesiologist, director of communications and Spokesperson for Nautilus Plus and specializes in fitness motivation. She authored The Guide to Healthier Living, also penned the book 10-4 The Healthy Way to Lose 10 Pounds in 4 Weeks, and recently released her third work called Zero Diet: Delicious and Healthy Recipes for Success, all by Les editions du TRÉCARRÉ. Karine has launched a series of exercise DVDs entitled 30 minutes par jour pour Vivre Plus. Many TV shows and radio stations regularly request Karine’s point of view on physical exercise issues and points of interest.
Holder of a degree in nutrition from Université Laval, Marilyne has worked as a nutritionist for Nautilus Plus since 2010. Passionate about healthy eating and sports nutrition, she also gives lectures and hosts cooking workshops. With her clients, Marilyne makes extensive use of the instinct diet approach and the Mediterranean diet model. Furthermore, she has attended classes on live nutrition at the Hippocrates Health Institute. Maryline ran the Quebec City Marathon des Deux Rives – Half Marathon in 2010 and 2012. She also took part in the Staircase Challenge, another event held in Quebec City in June 2012.
Holder of a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from the Université Laval, Xavier has decided to join the ranks of Nautilus Plus during the winter of 2012 to share his passion about training and sports in general. In sports, he has tried it all (soccer, tennis, dek-hockey, hockey, mountain biking, running, crossfit, etc.), so we could say he qualifies as a hyperactive person. Philosopher and blogger in his spare time, he gave himself the mission of selling you physical activity as the (sometimes unsuspected) solution to many of your questions and problems. His motto: A healthy body leads to a healthy mind.