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Nutrition Tips: (RECIPE) Quick & Easy Classy Chicken

June 5, 2019
classy chicken Ingredients 3 chicken breasts, skinned & boned 1/4 tsp. pepper 3 Tbsp. oil 1 – 10 oz. (280 g) pkg. frozen asparagus or broccoli (fresh is even better) 1 – 10 oz. (284 ml) can cream of chicken soup 1/2 cup light mayonnaise 1 tsp. curry powder 1 tsp. lemon juice 1/2 –... View Article

Nutrition Tips: Hooked on Hydration

April 29, 2019
Hooked on Hydration!  Hydration is critical for optimum sports performance.  Frequently understated, hydration can impact an athlete’s performance not only for one run, but for an entire day of training/competition or longer.  As little as 2% dehydration is where we start to experience the negative side effects of dehydration.  This means that athletes have to... View Article

Nutrition Tips: Carbohydrates – Good? Bad?

April 17, 2019
Carbohydrates Carbohydrates are the preferred energy source and are critical energy source for when doing an exercise or max performance on an activity as ski racers do!  Yes, carbohydrates are a great fuel source and should be incorporated throughout a ski racers fueling schedule.  Carbohydrates are your friend not foe! Sources: Pasta, Couscous, bread, Oatmeal,... View Article

Nutrition Tips: Potential to Discover & Cooking with Kids

March 15, 2019
THE POTENTIAL TO DISCOVER The theme centered around this week of nutrition month is the potential to discover. Cooking with kids can be a daunting thought for parents.  This can feel even more overwhelming with busy schedules and active athletes.  We know that when we get kids involved in cooking it fostered healthy eating habits,... View Article

Nutrition Tips: March is Nutrition Month

March 7, 2019
Happy Nutrition Month! March is Nutrition month which is always exciting.  Dietitians Of Canada will be putting out a weekly Theme around Unlocking The Potential Of Food.  This week’s theme is unlocking the potential of fuel.  Fueling can either help to enhance your performance by increasing stamina, preventing injuries and improving recovery, or it can... View Article

Nutrition Tips: Canada’s Food Guide – What’s new?

February 22, 2019
Canada’s food guide has set the tone for how we as Canadian’s have thought about food for many decades.  As the needs of the population have changed so has Canada’s Food Guide.  This update was a much needed one as the previous food guide was released in 2007.    Below are some of the major... View Article

GrassRoots Nutrition: Easy Make Ahead Breakfast Ideas

January 30, 2019
These are some of my go-to make ahead breakfasts to save time for those busy mornings. Overnight Oats Pineapple Bliss Smoothie Breakfast Burrito Crustless Pesto Quiche Muffins with Sun-Dried Tomatoes Greek Yogurt & Berries Easy Overnight Oats Ingredients 1/2 cup milk or unsweetened plain almond milk 3/4 Tbsp ground flax seeds 2 Tbsp Natural peanut... View Article

Fueling through the holidays

December 31, 2018
Holidays are meant to be fun, offer relaxing time, and generally are times to enjoy friends and family around food.  We often take the holidays for granted but they do change our schedules and often can disrupt our usual training and fueling routine.  Here are some hints that can help you deal with the effects... View Article

GrassRoots Nutrition: Twelve Days of Christmas

December 20, 2018
Tips & Tricks for a Delicious & Healthy Holiday Season. This is the time of year with parties galore.  Most events centre around food, alcohol and connecting with family and friends.  To help enjoy your holidays read the tips and tricks below that are associated with the twelve days of Christmas. 😊   On the... View Article

GrassRoots Nutrition: How To Increase Veggies

November 22, 2018
Veggie Madness A diet rich in vegetables and fruits is a great way to build variety, create balance, and increase vitamins.  Veggies can be challenging to include in the diet.  Veggies can be challenging to include in the diet as they take prep work and if we get to hungry its not the thing we... View Article