Tag: Eat Well
Have you ever experienced a sudden drop in energy, or digestive issues during exercise? Here are 3 simple tips to help you figure out what and when to eat before training to avoid these inconveniences.
The low FODMAP* diet can give a real helping hand to many trying to have better control over their symptoms related to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)… but it can also be a little complicated and hard to follow! You can eat this food, but not this one, on the other hand, if you don’t eat […]
Although it is important to eat enough protein in your day, you should also be careful to eat it at the right time and in the right amount. Often, we tend to eat too little protein at breakfast and too much at dinner, which is not ideal.
A big thank you to everyone who came to meet us at the Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert 2018, in Quebec City and Montreal, these past two weekends.
Asafoetida is the resin of a large umbelliferous plant resembling fennel, native to Central Asia. Once very popular with the Romans, this spice is widely used in Indian cuisine, but it has fallen into disuse in the West, most likely because of its slightly rotten egg smell, which comes from the large amount of sulfur […]
There are several good reasons to eat fish. In the case of fatty fish, we appreciate their omega-3 content, which has a protective effect for cardiovascular health and helps in the prevention of several diseases. Some people don’t like the taste of fish, but like any food, with a little bit of preparation and seasoning, […]
Scientific evidence has accumulated over the past fifty years on the benefits of a Mediterranean diet in preventing cardiovascular diseases, but also other diseases such as diabetes, cancer, dementia and even depression. In addition, all our menus are based on this nutritional regime. Greek cuisine also respects the principles of this diet. We suggest you […]
Since 1997, the Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert is the must-attend event in Quebec, for all those who are looking for healthy and eco-friendly food in a global health setting. We will be there again this year to present our new meal plans and have the pleasure of talking to you face-to-face!
Involving children in the preparation and planning of meals helps them to acquire healthy eating habits and maintain them for the rest of their lives. To help you to avoid unnecessary stress, we have found 10 recipes that you can easily prepare with your children.
An important factor involved in the risk of developing cardiovascular disease is diet. Prevention is essential because this type of disease is one of the leading causes of death in Canada. Healthy eating for the heart starts with including key foods into our daily lives. Here are some suggestions.