La vie est courte. Mangeons bien, soyons bien.

Nous sommes un clinique de nutrition axée sur les aliments entiers et adoptant un approche intégrative à la santé. Apprenez à nourrir vos cellules, manger en pleine conscience et découvrir le plein potentiel d’un mode de vie en santé.

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  • No fuss snacking 🥑 
Take half an avocado. Squeeze it straight into the plate and mash it up with salt, chili flakes and a squeeze of lime. Enjoy with crackers. Boom 💥
P.S. how perfect is this avocado? #avocado
  • Tips for better sleep 😴 
We LOVE talking sleep over at MN. Not only does quality sleep have important impacts on your eating behavior and other aspects of your health, from metabolism, to immune function to protection against multiple chronic diseases like type II diabetes and hypertension.

On the blog today we share 10 tips to a better night sleep. Which can you implement today?
  • Ever tried oat mylk? -
The slightly sweet flavour and creamy consistency makes oat milk a delicious option for dairy-free lattes and recipes alike, from muffins to pancakes. -
Unlike most mylks, oat milk provides a healthy dose of gut-friendly fiber. 💃🏻 Note though, that any homemade mylk will not provide calcium or vitamin D as fortified commercial versions do, so make sure you’re meeting your needs elsewhere.
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Oat milk is simple to make yourself and way cheaper than homemade nut milk. -
All you need is a 4:1 ratio of water to oats. - 4 cups filtered water
- 1 cup rolled oats
- Optional: Vanilla, cinnamon, dates for sweetness

How-to:
Place the oats and water in a bowl to soak for two hours or overnight. 
Transfer to a power blender and blend on high for 1 minute until perfectly smooth. Add a dash of vanilla extract or cinnamon. Using a fine-mesh cheese cloth, strain the milk into a glass jar. 
Fasten with a lid and store in the fridge. 
Keeps up to 3 days. 
The oat pulp can be used for energy bites, in muffins or in cookies 🍪
  • Meal prep isn’t complete without a dose of chocolate 💕 If you’re craving something salty & sweet, the MN cocoa oat clusters will hit the spot! Recipe in the blog archives.
  • When you’re out shopping this weekend, be a mindful consumer and check those labels 💕 #RealFood