JenniferMorzier

Jennifer is a Registered Dietitian graduated from the University of Montreal in December 2018 and is a member of the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec (OPDQ). She believes that the quality of our food choices has a direct impact on our health and energy level. Her goal? To help people improve the quality of what they put in their plates, for their better well-being and greater pleasure.

Recent posts fromJennifer

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Bone Health and Vitamin K2, What is the Connection?

6 September, 2021 No Comments

Is vitamin K2 beneficial for your bone health? This is what we are going to explore in this article. You have probably already heard of vitamin K. Moreover, you may even know that it is known for its role in blood coagulation. But did you know that there are several types of vitamin K? Indeed, with the […]

Detecting FODMAPs in processed foods

Detecting FODMAPs in Processed Foods

When following a low-FODMAP* diet, some foods need to be avoided or should only be consumed in certain quantities. Thanks to our lists of foods to avoid and foods you can eat, or the Monash application, it is easy to identify which individual foods should be avoided, such as honey, wheat pasta, or white beans. Where […]

Nightshades Dangerous for Your Health?

Are Nightshades Dangerous for Your Health?

In nutrition, it is not uncommon to hear everything and its opposite. So how do you find your way around when one day you hear that you have to eliminate a certain food from your diet, and then the next day it’s the one that you absolutely have to have on your plate? You may have […]

PPI Proton Pump Inhibitors

PPI Intake and Gut Health: What are the Impacts?

What are PPIs? Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) – esomeprazole, lansoprazole, omeprazole, pantoprazole and rabeprazole – are among the most widely used drugs in the world. They allow for the management of gastric acidity for gastric ulcers, duodenal ulcers, or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).

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The FODMAP Diet and Tolerance Tests for New Foods

If you follow a low FODMAP* diet you certainly know that there is a very specific protocol to follow. Namely, the elimination phase of FODMAPs, then, once the symptoms disappear, the reintroduction tests phase by following a well-established protocol in order to identify the families of FODMAPs that give you symptoms. Finally, there is the maintenance […]

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Why Consult with a Dietitian? Julie’s Case

There are several reasons why someone could ask for a consultation with a dietitian. We very often think about weight loss but there are many other good reasons for a consultation, and this is what we’d like to discuss today by sharing some experiences of our dietitians.

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Flour and a Low-FODMAP Diet

If you suffer from irritable bowel syndrome, you may decide to follow a low-FODMAP* diet. Eating a low-FODMAP diet requires replacing some of your daily foods. If you are used to using all-purpose white flour in your recipes, it will need to be set aside as it is high in fructans and GOS (2 families of […]

enzymes digestion

Can Enzymes Help Relieve Your Digestion Problems?

If your digestive system causes you to suffer: diarrhea, constipation, bloating, gas…, you have most likely already tried supplements of all kinds, and with varying results, to help relieve your symptoms. As you have walked through the natural supplements aisles of your local pharmacy or health food store you may have already noticed digestive enzymes […]

better chewing

5 Tips for Better Chewing and Better Digestion

Who hasn’t found themselves standing at their kitchen counter and inhaling their meal? Many of us don’t take the time to sit down and enjoy our mealtime. When it comes to making sure you chew your food well, it’s time to pay attention.

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7 Tips To Help You Have More Energy All Day

Are you the type of person who wakes up tired, has droopy eyes in the afternoon, is unable to find the motivation to move after a day’s work, and even possibly gets angry easily? We’re about to give you 7 helpful tips so that you can have more energy all throughout the day!

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Hormones, Menstruation and IBS Symptoms

If you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) you may know that a low-FODMAP* diet can help you to reduce your digestive symptoms. You have also probably been recommended to begin practicing a relaxation activity such as yoga and meditation in order to help you better manage your emotions and stress, both of which can exacerbate your gastrointestinal […]

Épices arômes, diète faible en FODMAP, Spices, flavours, low-FODMAP diet

Spices, Flavours and a Low-FODMAP Diet

Thanks to the Monash University testing performed on the *FODMAP content of many foods, we know which ones to avoid and those we can consume in moderation. It is therefore easy to know what quantity of quinoa, almonds, broccoli or onions you can eat (or not) when following a low-FODMAP diet. What becomes more complicated […]

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