We can help.

We use a habit-based framework coupled with a mindfulness approach to help you build good habits, nourish your body and design a healthy lifestyle that you can stick to.

Motive Nutrition Services and Practice

Our practice

Motive Nutrition offers counselling virtually or in-person. Virtual coaching makes it easy and convenient to connect and stay on track and has become a favourite for many of our clients. Alternately, we’d love to meet you in person at our Westmount or Rosemont locations.

When you work with an MN dietitian, you will learn what to eat but also how to eat. Expect support via worksheets, tools as well as access to your dietitian via email in between sessions when needed.

Eat well


Best suited for short-term diet check-ups and individuals who do not need coaching or external accountability to reach their goals.

  •  1 assessment (60 min)
  • 2 follow-ups  (50 min x2)
  • 1 month email support
  • Nutrition plan, snack ideas, MN healthy habit

Live well


Best suited for healthy lifestyle changes, weight management, digestion protocols (IBS), disordered eating/relationship with food.

  • 1 assessment (60 min)
  • 4 follow-ups  (50 min x4)
  • 3 check-ins (20 min x3)
  • 3 months email support
  • Nutrition plan, snack ideas, MN healthy habit
    guidelines + additional tools based on goals.

Frequently Asked Questions

Ready to take your
health in hand?

Motive Nutrition is here to help!

  • Make everyday Valentine’s Day 💕 
If you’re like most of our clients
who enjoy a piece of good dark chocolate every day, try melting it down and drizzling it over some fruit. Berries are great but we also love this with clementine wedges. A simple switch that can change your experience! Because fondue for one is always fun 😊 #heartshapedeverything
  • Goals...kill them with kindness 👊🏼
❤️Self-compassion will ALWAYS win the race against self-criticism. 🙌🏼 So rather than beat yourself up for what you could have done better, pay attention to how far you’ve come, dust yourself off and give yourself the pep talk your best friend would have. 🥑At MN we search for the barriers, or as we call them wellness walls, most likely to get in the way of your goals. Sometimes it’s lack of nutrition understanding or insufficient meal planning but often times, it’s self-limiting behavior. A.k.a: YOU are your biggest wall. ☺️ If you need coaching to get your health on track and get out of your own way, come and see us for an assessment! 
Details below 👇🏼 ☎️ 514-447-2475
📧 support@motivenutrition.com
  • 3-ingredient chocolate tahini hearts ❤️
These will definitely melt someone’s heart this Valentine’s day 🥰
The caramel is SO simple to make and since it is tahini-based, you can use dairy-free chocolate chips to make these completely #dairyfree if needed. ❤️
Full recipe over at the link in bio. Tag your Valentine below to give them a hint 😉!
  • Apple Nachos 🍎
Say hello to your new favourite snack 👋🏻 And oh-so easy.  Thinly slice an apple, drizzle with almond butter and sprinkle with cinnamon, coconut, hemp seeds and any other toppings you enjoy. Boom 💥 -
Nachos aux pommes 🍏 
Vous cherchez une collation saine et raide? Tranchez une pomme finement, garnissez de beurre d’amandes et saupoudrez de cannelle, noix de coco et graines de chanvre. Un hit assuré 😋
  • These sweet potato nachos are 🔥
If you’re looking for an #MNapproved Superbowl recipe, this is the one. Enjoy & happy game day!
1 medium sweet potato, about 300 g
Extra virgin olive oil
Sea salt
1 green onion, thinly sliced
1 jalapeño pepper, finely chopped
1 cup cherry tomatoes, quartered
1 cup canned black beans, rinsed and drained
1 clove garlic, minced
Juice of 1/2 lime
1/4 teaspoon ground cumin
1/2 cup of corn
3/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1/4 cup sliced kalamata olives
Fresh cilantro
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit, place the rack in the center of the oven and line 2 large bakings sheets with parchment paper.
Using a mandolin on the thinnest setting, slice the sweet potato into even disks.

Place the slices evenly on the two baking sheets, brush lightly with olive oil and season with salt. Bake one sheet at a time for 10 to 12 minutes, watching the chips carefully so they do not burn. They will be ready when they are dry and the edges start to curl. Remove from the oven and repeat with second sheet.

For the salsa: In a small bowl, combine the jalapeño pepper, onion and cherry tomatoes with 1 teaspoon of olive oil. Season with salt and set aside.

For the black beans: In a small bowl, mix black beans, garlic, cumin and lime juice, mashing the beans slightly. Season with salt and set aside.
Place the chips in a uniform layer on a baking sheet. Garnish with the cherry tomato salsa and follow with black beans, corn, olives and grated cheese.
Bake 5 to 7 minutes or until the cheese is melted. Garnish with fresh cilantro and serve with additional jalapeno slices to taste.