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The Power Up program identifies quality products through clean and transparent labeling. These products will provide energy supportive nutrients essential to the body.

Our Mission

To engage and simply educate our customers on the importance of using quality food as fuel.


Meet Danielle!

Holistic Nutritionist (R.H.N.), Natural Chef. R.M.T.

Danielle has grown up in the grocery business and is very passionate about healthy lifestyle choices and the importance of reading food labels. She’s been practicing in the health and wellness industry since 2006 and in 4 years she graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, and Bauman College in Berkley California. Danielle co-founded a company called 4 the Luv of Food, which developed a formula that has helped over 200 people gain control of their blood sugar levels. Using this simple formula she lost 23 lbs. in 3 years and hasn’t looked back. She developed a line of blood sugar friendly snacks called Danielle’s Naturals and believes healthy eating should NEVER compromise flavour. Danielle finds joy in educating and motivating others to make more mindful food choices.

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In Season Foods

We live in a country that has a limited growing season but in those 160 days of the year we yield some of the most delicious fruits and vegetables. We are also fortunate enough to have some impressive greenhouse crops year round.
When produce comes to us from other countries they are picked early to ensure ripeness upon arrival, which deprives the fruit or vegetable of optimal high-energy nutrients. Local produce is picked ripe, with minimal travel time allowing for peak nutrition.

We want to encourage you to eat with the seasons. Local, seasonal, homegrown food sustained our ancestors in a healthy manner providing all the energy they needed for their day. There were no strawberries in the winter, and while we are fortunate to have them available to us, are they going to give us the most nutrients? Not likely. Past generations were not influenced by the nutritional advice that promoted foods inaccessible to them. They kept things simple and so should we.

It’s our job at Vince’s to identify Ontario’s Goodness as well as in-season produce year round to make sure you’re getting nutrition at its finest.


Local Foods

We are a community-based store that loves to support local. Beyond our produce department we have many suppliers that offer products using locally sourced ingredients. Buying local foods:

  • Supports our economy through local farmers and other producers.
  • Encourages sustainable agriculture.
  • Are more nutritious and taste better.

Whether it’s oats, barley, maple syrup, or honey we take pride in bringing awareness to products that support the local movement.


Blood Sugar Friendly Foods

One of the main contributors to today’s health issues is excess sugar, which comes in the form of carbohydrates. All foods fall into one of, or a combination of three main nutrients – carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. The body can breakdown and use all three, but the only one it can readily store are the carbohydrates.

Carbohydrates include sugars and starches as well as indigestible fibre which helps to slow down the rate at which the sugar is absorbed into the bloodstream. Once consumed, all carbohydrates turn into glucose (sugar) which the body may use for energy or store as glycogen in the liver and muscles.

When we over consume carbohydrates and our body has to continuously store unused glucose, the glycogen tanks get full causing glucose to pool in the bloodstream. This increases the body’s production of insulin. Over time the body can develop a resistance to insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas that shuttles glucose to the cells for use or storage. With excess glucose floating around the bloodstream the liver sends it to the fat cells and can also make it into LDL cholesterol, which is when diabetes and other diseases can manifest.

Diet plays a huge role in controlling insulin and blood sugar levels. Fats and proteins slow down the rate in which sugar is absorbed so they are good additions to carb heavy meals allowing the body to use the carbs for energy leaving nothing left to store.

Now that we’ve broken down the basics there’s a general rule that we stay true to, never eat “lonely” carbs.

We use a simple formula created by 4 the Luv of Food to identify the blood sugar friendliness of a product:

Carbohydrates (–) Fiber (–) Fat (–) Protein should = 0 or less than 0

We will be using the “Balance Factor” (BF) scale to clearly identify a products impact on our blood sugar. If a product has a number of 0 or < 0 then it has the green light.

If the product has a positive number then caution (yellow) is advised and pairing is recommended. For example: pairing crackers with cheese, apple and peanut butter, berries and Greek yogurt.


Clean and Transparent Foods

What defines a clean label? Simplicity. Products made with minimal and pronounceable ingredients. Foods that are clean will provide energy, potential vitamins and minerals, and result in little to no waste. Clean foods should leave you feeling energized, healthy and satisfied. When you fuel yourself with quality foods your body is less likely to crave foods that aren’t beneficial.

Picture yourself looking through a clear food package and being able to see every single ingredient listed. Does that product look as appealing? Transparency is feeling comfortable looking at every ingredient and still wanting to take it home. When you look at a conventional food label there are likely several ingredients you may not understand. Some of them are fancy words for harmless add-ins and some of them are quite harmful especially when consumed on the regular. We understand that it’s nearly impossible to avoid every processed food but we are going to give you a clear picture on what to look for and what to avoid.

Here’s a list of food additives that sound scary but aren’t:

Guar Gum and Xanthum Gum – both vegetable derived and aid as a thickening agent especially in gluten-free goods.

Lethicin aka soy lethicin – Used as a stabilizer in bread and prevents salad dressings from separating. Derived from corn so best to look for organic and non-gmo products.

Ascorbyl palmitate – an antioxidant made from Vitamin C and palmitic acid, a natural compound derived from fat. It prevents spoilage in food and your body will use the vitamin C and breakdown the rest.

Absorbic Acid – another term for Vitamin C. It used to maintain the colour, flavour, and texture of foods.

Lactic Acid – made from fermented corn, beet, or cane sugar. Often found in probiotic rich foods.


If you see the following “toxic” ingredients on a label it’s best to avoid if you value your health:

Synthetic Trans Fats (partially hydrogenated vegetable oils)

High-Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)

Artificial Sweeteners

Sodium Benzoate and Potassium Benzoate

Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA and BHT)

Artificial Flavours

Artificial Colours (Yellow 5, Red #40 and Blue #2)

Yeast Extract (another form of MSG)


Minimally Processed, Whole Foods

Fruits, vegetables, legumes, poultry, and meat are examples of whole foods. Rolled oats, and nut butters are examples of whole foods that have been minimally processed. While typically the most nutritious foods are on the perimeter of the grocery store the inner aisles have some hidden gems that are whole food based and we’re going to tell you all about them. 


Convenient and Realistic Foods

Convenience foods have a bit of a bad reputation. Often they are associated with highly processed, pop-in-the-microwave, and serve type meals. This can be true, but as our lives become faster paced and the emphasis on health increases, so have our options. Retailers have adapted to meet the needs of their customers and lots of fresh and healthy options are available daily in stores. Vince’s puts time and thought into a variety of prepared foods made onsite. We are also going to put together some health conscious specific meals for an easy grab and go without the compromise… stay tuned! We will also be highlighting products on our shelves that are multi-purpose. If we recommend coconut flour we will be sure to include preparation suggestions and recipes at our in store demos. 

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September 15, 2019

Roasted Ontario Cauliflower with Cherry Tomatoes & Olives
Roasted Ontario Cauliflower Recipes

We’ve got Ontario cauliflower in stores now and there’s no better time to get creative with this vegetable! As with other cruciferous vegetables, such as cabbage, broccoli and bok choy, cauliflower contains phytonutrients that have significant anti-cancer effects. These phytonutrients help to improve the detoxification capabilities of the body, specifically at the cellular level.

The neutral base of the cauliflower makes a great palette for a variety of flavor combinations. Depending on your mood you can go as basic as fresh herbs, garlic and chili flakes, curry adds a delicious Indian flare, or try nutmeg and cinnamon to really compliment this vegetable.

This Mediterranean inspired recipe would make a great side at your next BBQ.

Roasted Cauliflower with Cherry Tomatoes and Olives

  • 1 large head cauliflower, trimmed and cut into florets
  • 1 pint cherry tomatoes
  • ¾ cup olives
  • 3 Tbsp olive oil
  • ½ tsp sea salt
  • Zest of one lemon, grated
  • Freshly ground pepper
  • 2 Tbsp fresh flat-leaf parsley, chopped

Serves 4-5

  1. Preheat oven to 400F. In a large bowl toss cauliflower with oil and season with salt and pepper.
  2. Spread in a single layer on large baking sheet and roast stirring occasionally for 20min.
  3. Add the cherry tomatoes and olives to the cauliflower and roast for an additional 6-8 min or until cauliflower is lightly browned and tender.
  4. Transfer roasted cauliflower to serving bowl; add chopped parsley and season to taste.

Some Other Ways I Love to Use Cauliflower:

Cauliflower Rice

This has become quite a popular way to use cauliflower for a low carb alternative. Next to zucchini noodles this is a go-to for me. Essentially you just add raw cauliflower to a food processor and grind until it reaches a rice-like consistency. Then add in your favourite fixings and stir fry in a pan. I personally love adding sliced green onions, tamari and chopped cashews.

Cauliflower Steaks

After washing and trimming the cauliflower, cut it into ¾ inch thick slices. Brush with olive oil, sprinkle with sea salt and bake or grill. I like to top with fresh herbs once cooked.

Grated Cauliflower

I particularly love this for salads. When it’s in season and extra delicious I like to take advantage and enjoy it raw for a boost of extra nutrition.

What are some of your favourite ways to enjoy fresh Ontario cauliflower and other local produce?

Our Vince’s Power Up Program Mission is simply to educate our customers on the importance of using  food as fuel.  For all your Power Up news make sure you check out Vince’s FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.  Also make sure to follow @VincesMarket and #powerupwithvinces, sign up for our Power Up Newsletter and keep an eye out for more nutrition tips and tricks.


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July 22, 2019

Healthy Snacks for Kids

kids snacks power up vince's market danielleLet’s talk about snacks. I’ve got a hungry little lady on my hands at home now and I try as much as possible to stay away from packaged snacks. Having said that, I always have a bag of Love Child Ducks in my diaper bag for when we’re on the go and I haven’t packed anything.

Although many snacks geared for children are pretty clean, my biggest concern is the use of vegetable oils, and they are found in most packaged goods actually. Vegetable oils are inexpensive so I understand the logic, but when consumed in excess they can be quite inflammatory. For this reason, I try to limit my intake of them personally, but especially for our growing daughter.

Now I don’t have hours to spend in the kitchen – so here are some of my easy go-to snacks that little V loves!

Cubed Soft Cheese and Fruit

Pretty simple but super satisfying. Lately I’ve been using gouda and a soft goat cheddar. If we’re home I will pair the cheese with “apple sticks”, but otherwise I bring along blueberries since they are easy to eat and fairly tidy.

Roasted Chickpeas

You can go sweet or savoury with these. Pre heat oven to 350F. Make sure chickpeas are completely dry. Coat with olive oil and season. To make them sweet I will use a bit of maple syrup, cinnamon, and sea salt. For savoury I will use garlic powder, rosemary, and sea salt. Lay flat on a baking sheet and bake for 10-15 min.

Smoothie Popsicles

All you need is a silicone mould and lots of yummy nutrients. These are especially great for the heat but also for a teething babe. Here are some of the ingredients I like to include: chia seeds, hemp hearts, coconut milk, avocado, kale, spinach, cocoa powder, berries, banana, mango, and nut butters.

Peanut Butter and Raspberry Rolls

I use brown rice tortillas. Spread peanut butter and smashed raspberries across tortillas. Place a banana in the center and roll it up. Slice into rolls or enjoy as is.

Snack Balls

I especially enjoy getting creative with these. You can load them with nutrients, and they are portable. Here are a couple combinations I’ve tried:

1) Cashews, dried apricots, shredded coconut, chia seeds, cinnamon, coconut oil, rolled oats.

2) Almonds, cocoa powder, dates, coconut flakes, maple syrup, coconut oil.

Blend all together in a food processor, roll into balls, and store in the freezer.

Let’s Connect

What are some of your kids’ favourite healthy snacks? I would love to hear from you in the comments below.

Our Vince’s Power Up Program Mission is simply to educate our customers on the importance of using  food as fuel.  For all your Power Up news make sure you check out Vince’s FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.  Also make sure to follow @VincesMarket and #powerupwithvinces, sign up for our Power Up Newsletter and keep an eye out for more nutrition tips and tricks.


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July 8, 2019

Creative Summer Salads

creative summer saladsIn the summer months it’s nice to lighten up meals with a salad. I love both leafy green salads as well as hearty grain and vegetable salads. If I’m making a meal of a salad I like to add a grain, nuts and seeds, cheese, or a vegetable such as sweet potato. If it’s a side dish I’ll keep it light with lots of leafy greens, fresh herbs and maybe a fruit such as strawberries. There’s actually quite a bit in season right now which would make for some creative summer salads.

How to Keep your Lettuce Crisp

If you love your leafy greens and you’ve ever had issues with slimy salad greens here’s a tip for you:

Wash your lettuce as soon as it’s home. Yes, it may seem like some work but you will have lettuce readily available when mealtime comes and you’ll appreciate it.

Just fill your sink with cold water and a few pinches of salt, submerge the leaves, spin in a salad spinner (or in a dishtowel) then put them in the bottom drawer of your fridge lined with a dishtowel. Alternatively, if you don’t have an available drawer this method can be replicated in a Tupperware container.

Ways to Enjoy Lettuce

Lately I’ve been doing a lot of side salads and as much as I love lettuces raw in salads, I equally enjoy them steamed, grilled, or sautéed.

When enjoying lettuces cooked, the cooking time is minimal in order to ensure you don’t affect the integrity of the lettuce or the nutrient content. Here are a few delicious ways to enjoy lettuce.

  • Half a large head of lettuce, throw it on a really hot grill for some gorgeous grill marks and hint of smoky flavour. Top with a soft cheese and let the heat melt it for a unique side dish.
  • Use large lettuce leaves as a wrap for an egg or tuna salad. Makes a great bread alternative.
  • Sprinkle some shredded head lettuce with sesame oil and flash sauté. Top with sesame seeds or toasted chopped almonds.
  • Steamed lettuce is so delicious and detoxifying. Just put in a pot with an inch of water, add some olive oil, salt and pepper and wilt gently.
  • Make a salad dressing ahead of time and keep in the fridge for easy shake and pour goodness. A simple dressing is olive oil, Dijon mustard, balsamic vinegar, honey, salt and pepper.


Let’s Connect

What is your favourite way to prepare lettuce? Or what are some of your favourite summer salad recipes? I would love to hear from you in the comments below.

Our Vince’s Power Up Program Mission is simply to educate our customers on the importance of using  food as fuel.  For all your Power Up news make sure you check out Vince’s FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.  Also make sure to follow @VincesMarket and #powerupwithvinces, sign up for our Power Up Newsletter and keep an eye out for more nutrition tips and tricks.


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June 24, 2019

5 Ways to Combat Water Retention This Summer

reduce water retention summer vince's market power up program danielleSummer has arrived and it seems we finally have some consistent warm weather. I love the heat, in fact, I have a circulation problem which can make cold weather very uncomfortable for me. While I do love warm days, hot days tend to make me retain quite a bit of water which is very common for most people throughout the summer. Here a few things that I find helps me to combat water retention on those hot, sweaty days.

1. Get Off The Scale

Using a scale on a day to day basis will eventually drive you crazy and can potentially cause a negative influence on the way you eat. The human body cannot function without water. It retains water to dilute the sodium that was consumed in a salty meal the night before. It retains water to move hormones in a woman’s body every month, and it retains water on hot days to control the body’s internal temperature.  Water is significantly heavier than fat and often a quick change on the scales is simply the result of the body trying to maintain homeostasis.

2. No Lonely Carbohydrates

Every 1 gram of carbohydrates requires 3-4 grams of water to process and store it. When you consume more carbohydrates than necessary to meet energy requirements, the excess glucose (blood sugar) has to be transported and stored somewhere. When we eat a meal rich in carbohydrates, insulin levels rise and it puts the brakes on burning fat for fuel and encourages fat storage. To help minimize the rise of insulin and slow down the absorption of carbohydrates it’s important to always pair your carbs with a fat or protein. For example chips and dip, or dried fruit and nuts.

3. Limit Foods You’re Sensitive To

Unlike a food allergy which produces an immediate reaction, a food sensitivity, can have a delayed affect and can trigger an inflammatory response. For example, the nightshades (eggplant and tomatoes particularly) tend to bloat me. There is no rhyme or reason for it I just know that if I eat them I’m likely to feel bloated after. Some people have that reaction to gluten or dairy. Listen to your body.

4. Drink More Water

One of the best ways to combat water retention is with water. The more you pee, the more you flush. I also like to enjoy cold herbal teas and kombucha is my personal favourite (good for gut health).

5. Improve Your Circulation

Exercise is great for that, but I also love dry skin brushing. I swore by this while pregnant and I can’t believe the difference it made with swelling. Dry brushing is helpful for lymph flow and drainage. I would give my whole body a brush (you can find a dry brush at the drug store or online) before showering nightly. Give it a try!

Let’s Connect

Our Vince’s Power Up Program Mission is simply to educate our customers on the importance of using  food as fuel.  For all your Power Up news make sure you check out Vince’s FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.  Also make sure to follow @VincesMarket and #powerupwithvinces, sign up for our Power Up Newsletter and keep an eye out for more nutrition tips and tricks.


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June 10, 2019

Pea and Pancetta Salad and Strawberry Mini Cheesecakes for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is coming up and in my family we like to celebrate with an afternoon by the pool and a delicious meal. Typically we do a grilled meat and then a couple outdoor friendly sides. Grain and vegetable salads are always great because they can handle dressing well even when dressed in advance. Potato salad is usually our go-to but this year we are going to switch it up with a pea and pancetta salad. The fresh mint in this salad is the selling feature for me. It’s refreshing and so complimentary to the salty pancetta.

For dessert I’m going to be making these mini strawberry cheesecakes. They are not too heavy or sweet which I love. They also don’t leave you feeling stuffed because let’s be honest there’s always room for dessert. Wishing everyone a Happy Father’s Day!

Pea and Pancetta Salad

  • ½ cup fresh mint leaves, thinly sliced
  • 1 small shallot, thinly sliced
  • 1 tsp fresh lemon zest
  • ¼ cup olive oil
  • 1/8 tsp sea salt
  • ¼ tsp ground black pepper
  • 1 lbs. peas
  • 4 oz feta, crumbled
  • 1 ½ oz Pancetta, diced

What To Do:

Shell and blanch the peas. Blanch the peas by placing them in boiling water for 1 ½ min then place into ice water to cool, then drain. In a small skillet, brown the pre diced pancetta until almost crispy, drain on paper towel. In a bowl combine the mint, shallot, lemon zest, olive oil, salt and pepper. Add peas and pancetta, and fold together. Toss in crumbled feta.

Strawberry Mini Cheesecakes


  • 1 cup oat flour (1¼ cup rolled oats ground makes 1 cup oat flour)
  • 1/2 cup melted butter
  • 1 tsp cinnamon (optional)
  • ¼ cup sugar


  • 16 oz. cream cheese
  • ½ cup Greek yogurt
  • 3/4 tsp vanilla
  • 1 Tbsp lemon juice
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • Pinch of salt
  • 2 cups fresh sliced strawberries

What To Do:

Pre heat the oven to 350F.

Mix the oat flour, butter, sugar and cinnamon together and divide evenly into 12 lined muffin tins. With the bottom of a greased glass, press the mixture down firmly to line the bottom of the muffin tin liners. Bake crust for 5 minutes. Remove from oven.

Mix the cream cheese, vanilla and sugar together with a hand mixer and add the eggs one at a time. Continue blending on medium speed until smooth. Pour mixture evenly into the muffin tins. Bake at 350 for 15 minutes or until almost firm in the center. Remove from oven and let cool. Serve with a dollop of whipped cream or Greek yogurt and fresh sliced strawberries.

Let’s Connect

What’s on your menu for Father’s Day? Or what are some of your favourite summer salad recipes? I would love to hear from you in the comments below.

Our Vince’s Power Up Program Mission is simply to educate our customers on the importance of using  food as fuel.  For all your Power Up news make sure you check out Vince’s FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.  Also make sure to follow @VincesMarket and #powerupwithvinces, sign up for our Power Up Newsletter and keep an eye out for more nutrition tips and tricks.


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