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Don’t underestimate beets! They might be a humble root veggie, but these beet recipes prove just how delicious, versatile and colorful they can be. Whether you like them roasted, in a salad, as a side dish, or even for dessert, there are a variety of delicious options to enjoy beets.
Root vegetables are underground plant parts that are eaten as food. Potatoes, beets, carrots, parsnips, rutabagas, radishes… these are all root vegetables. Most can be stored long time after harvest and are quite economical. They can be enjoyed raw or cooked. They hold up well to slow cooking and are therefore perfect for simmering or […]
Some time after her retirement, Danièle was diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. She really did not expect this diagnosis for such violent and frequent abdominal pain which, moreover, had a major impact on her quality of life. Our FODMAP* meal plans and our nutritional coaching service helped her enormously to better understand and identify what […]
Thanks to its aromatic taste and crispy texture, fennel brings freshness to any dish. It can be prepared in various ways: raw, grilled, roasted or sautéed. It can appear in salads, in side or main dishes or even be eaten alone. Here are 10 different fennel recipes that will help you enjoy this vegetable in […]
What are the topics that interested you the most in 2022 on our blog? Digestive health and heart health, a low FODMAP diet and healthy lifestyle habits have certainly been at the heart of your concerns! As the year draws to a close, here is our list of the 10 most popular blog posts of […]
Whether liquid, creamy or solid, honey is a healthy ingredient that goes perfectly with many dishes. However, it is unfortunately not used as much as it should, except in some desserts. In your opinion, what else can be done with this bee nectar? To prevent you from forgetting your honey jar in your pantry, here […]
At 54 years old, Josée thought that her digestive pain and disorders were related to hormonal changes due to premenopause. It was only after discovering the FODMAP* diet and benefiting from some dietetic consultations that everything improved for her!
From appetizer to dessert, in sorbet, compote, in a pie or in a salad, the versatile pear always brings a touch of freshness to your plates. With 85% water, the pear is a thirst-quenching fruit, it is a good source of vitamin C and fiber and contains many antioxidants. We are going to introduce you […]
After several hospitalizations, Denise needed help to regain her appetite and her desire to prepare food. She lived alone and struggled to cope. Our nutritional consultation service has managed to give her back the pleasure of eating and get her back in shape.