We recommend making healthy changes to your lifestyle at least three months prior to conceiving, to ensure enough time to optimize your health and micronutrient reserves.

 

 

Prenatal nutrition topics:

  • Nutrition and egg health
  • Nutrition and sperm health
  • Nutrition to optimize fertility hormones and ovulation
  • Nutrition for PCOS
  • Nausea and fatigue during pregnancy
  • Meal planning strategies for when baby arrives

 

 

  • Chicken, white bean and kale skillet...perfect warming one-pot meal for a snowy day. Stay safe out there everyone! ❄️ www.motivenutrition.com
  • Who’s kale-in it this Monday!? How about we set some accountability goals together this week. Let me know below what ONE thing you will do for your health 👇🏼
  • Calling all chocolate lovers! This is such satisfying snack 💕 
normally, you would need to wait overnight for a chia pudding to thicken but the addition of dates + blending in this recipe creates a creamy texture you can enjoy immediately. Give it a try .
Ingredients
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11/4 cup unsweetened, vanilla almond milk
1/3 cup pitted dates (about 7-8) soaked in hot water until soft
1/4 cup white chia seeds
3 tablespoons cocoa powder
1 scoop (25g) protein powder
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Instructions
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Place all ingredients in a power blender and blend on high for 1 minute, until perfectly smooth.
Divide among four small jars and allow to rest 8 hours or overnight.
Top with fresh berries and serve.
  • Salad tip: always use a bigger bowl than you think 😅
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I never use a recipe when making a salad but mostly focus on getting tons of colour and different textures make for the best ones.  They tend to be huge but kitchen sink salads always turn out the best ⭐️hope you’re having a great day!
  • Do you make your own salad dressing? .
It's quick, easy and a simple way to ensure that you and your family get healthy fats from good quality oils, to make the most of your nutritious salads.
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I like to put my salad dressing together in a advance. I make a jelly-jar full at the beginning of the week and use it for lunches and dinners.
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Have fun with your dressings!
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All you need to remember is to use a 3:1 ratio of fat to acid. So 3 parts oil, 1 part vinegar or lemon juice.
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From there, you can add as many delicious ingredients as you like; mustard, shallots, spices, miso, honey, garlic....the sky is the limit!