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Lower the Fat Content of Your Recipes

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Do you think that you are forbidden from enjoying your favourite comforting recipes to avoid increasing your caloric intake? Think again! You can reduce your caloric intake by using less fat in your recipes.

Here are a few practical tips to satisfy your taste buds while eating healthy!

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Don’t be afraid of making your own experiments! Often, the recipes we end up creating are even better than the original!

Now, try for yourself!

By Marie-Eve, nutritionist, Dt.P.

 

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Marie-Ève Nadeau, Dt.P.

Member of the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec and holder of a bachelor’s degree from McGill University, Marie-Eve joined the Nautilus Plus team in November 2012. Nutritionist since January 2013 and assistant manager at Delson’s centre, Marie-Eve has found a passion for exercise and sports nutrition. She is currently completing her studies with the International Olympic Committee and exercises regularly. She ran her first half-marathon in Ottawa in May 2014, and was thrilled by the experience! She strives to pass on her passion to her clients and loved ones. Her objective is to help her clients get the results they desire and motivate them to adopt a healthy life style. She creates weight loss support groups and holds conferences on motivation and how to plan shopping for groceries.


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