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Five things to try: October

Five things to try: October

October is here. Can you believe it? Since the MN mission is to invite you to love your lifestyle, today marks the debut of a new monthly series; Five things to try. Penned by MN dieititan Stefanie, here’s to celebrating the beginning of a new month and making the most of what it has to…Continue Reading

Eating to fight inflammation

Eating to fight inflammation

Ever heard of anti-inflammatory diets? As a consumer, it can be so difficult to discern between quality information about healthy eating patterns and the frivolous fad diets that emerge when it comes to your nutritional health and wellness.  Whether you’ve read about it online, heard it from a friend, or picked up a book about…Continue Reading

The question to ask yourself before you start a diet

The question to ask yourself before you start a diet

    Do you watch suits? It’s one of television’s top legal dramas and also happens to be one of my favourite shows. If you aren’t familiar with it, you can catch it from the beginning on Netflix, although, consider yourself forewarned as this may result in binge-watching.  After last week’s mid-season finale, I was…Continue Reading

My Market Haul

My Market Haul

  Many people cringe at the thought of stocking up on fruits and vegetables for they week. Grocery shopping can feel like a chore – I get it. But if you hope to build a lifelong, positive relationship with food and your body, it’s important to find ways to build positivity into all your food-related…Continue Reading

Tip-to-tail cooking: 5 fruit & vegetable parts you should be using

Tip-to-tail cooking: 5 fruit & vegetable parts you should be using

  As a reader of this blog, you know that bettering your lifestyle and optimizing your eating habits means stocking-up on fruits and veggies. Nutrient-dense, these foods are the best way to do good for the body. Bought free of packaging and organic,  these ingredients are the more conscious choice as they don’t contribute plastic, styrofoam and cardboard waste as do most other foods. But have…Continue Reading

Five ways to reduce food waste at home

Five ways to reduce food waste at home

Stefanie here – Motive Nutrition’s resident green queen. Did you know Canadians waste about 31 millions pounds of food each year? What’s more is that half of it comes from our households! That’s a lot of food (and dollars) wasted…wouldn’t you agree? At times like these, when our planet (and wallets) could use a helping hand,  it’s in all…Continue Reading

How to Spring Clean Your Kitchen for Health

How to Spring Clean Your Kitchen for Health

    No matter how much you know about diet and nutrition, did you know that you’re still vulnerable to your environment? That’s right: when it comes to eating behaviour, where you are trumps what you know. Researchers from Cornell university have found that healthy eaters make the right choices not because they know better, but because…Continue Reading

Women nutrition needs from your 20s to 60s

Women nutrition needs from your 20s to 60s

      by Katie Cohen Olivenstein RD March 8th marked the 105th annual International Women’s Day, a day solely dedicated to celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women around the world. This year’s theme is a Pledge for Parity – an opportunity for everyone, women and men included, to take concrete…Continue Reading

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