With all the conflicting information and advertising we are bombarded with on a daily basis, many people find it difficult to just make a trip to the grocery store.
Is soy consumption protective or, on the contrary, can it increase the risk of developing breast cancer? What about women who already have breast cancer? Here is a summary of the latest literature on this controversial topic.
Although many of us have difficulty touching our toes without bending our knees, we are all more or less flexible. Because flexibility doesn't just apply to our physical condition, it also applies to our diet!
We know how challenging one-on-one counselling can be for many nutritionists. The constant evolution of nutrition information and the need to stay current on a wide range of conditions can seem daunting at the beginning of a career.
Together, we’ll embrace a common vision to achieve challenging goals.
It can sometimes be difficult to manage our diabetes, especially when we don't know where to start. Fortunately, here are 3 easy tips to help us get there!
There are many beliefs about diabetes that need to be debunked. Here are 3 myths that are frequently heard regarding diabetes and glycemic control.
In sports nutrition, the first line of intervention of nutritionists with athletes is to ensure adequate nutritional intake according to needs and performance objectives. These different aspects were discussed in a previous training session (for more details, we invite you to read our French article : the ABC of sports nutrition).
When it comes to eating, the choices we make are influenced by a lot of factors! Here is a short guide to help you make better food choices, the easiest way possible.What can guide our food choices
1. Food preferences
Everyone has their own tastes and food preferences. The flavours, textures and colors we prefer are good indicators to help us choose our next meal. We don’t need to stop ourselves from eating what we like!
Are you looking to add new ingredients to your diet, but want to go gradually? Seeds are perfect for that! Versatile, high in protein and rich in fiber, here are a few must-haves to add to your next recipe!
Concussion (or mild traumatic brain injury) is a common injury among youth and adolescents involved in sports (1). Over the past decade, there has been an increase in the literature on the role of nutritional interventions in the treatment of concussion (2), suggesting an increased interest in the role of nutrition in the recovery from this type of injury. Although studies are still very limited, the role of nutrition in concussion recovery is being increasingly observed.