Tag: Eat Well

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TOP 10: Healthy Budget-Friendly Recipes

Saving money while eating healthy is possible! It is one of our missions at SOSCuisine. Subscribe to our services and use our Grocery Flyers Wizard to find out which recipes are rated “best deal of the week” at your local supermarket. To help you save money on your grocery bill, we’ve put together 10 of […]

Hypothyroidism and Nutrition: What You Need to Know

13 January, 2020 No Comments

Hypothyroidism is a condition that affects up to 5% of the North American and European population. Postmenopausal women are the most affected by this disease. There are several food myths surrounding thyroid function. Let’s shed light on this subject.

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What Type of Weight-Loss Meal Plan Is Best for Me?

3 January, 2020 No Comments

Well, that’s it: You’ve decided to take charge of your health and you’ve chosen to use SOSCuisine’s services to help you change your eating habits. But you might be wondering: what type of meal plan is best for me and my needs? We’re about to give you some guidance to help you choose.

How to Make Homemade Ketogenic Bread

30 December, 2019 No Comments

For those who follow the ketogenic diet, one of the hardest things to give up is bread. No wonder then that the terms “ketogenic bread” or “keto bread” are among the most researched on the web. If you want to customize your own bread recipes, here are some tips.

Our Most Popular Articles from 2019

27 December, 2019 No Comments

The ketogenic diet, the mediterranean diet, turmeric and orthorexia are topics that caught your eye in 2018. Here are the 10 most popular articles from our blog this year.

How to Organize a Ketogenic Friendly Pantry and Fridge

10 December, 2019 No Comments

Someone who wants to follow a ketogenic diet knows that they must drastically reduce their consumption of carbohydrates and replace them with a different source of energy: fats.

Choline: A Key Nutrient During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

10 December, 2019 No Comments

Recent analyses in Canada and the United States indicate that about 82% to 92% of pregnant women have an inadequate choline intake. Indeed, an analysis of 593 American pregnant women in the 2005-2014 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) found that 92% of pregnant women did not achieve adequate choline intake. Their average choline […]

Dietary Solutions for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

9 December, 2019 No Comments

If you have chronic digestive symptoms (constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, stomach pain, etc.), the first thing to do is consult with a doctor to investigate the cause and eliminate the possibility of a serious health problem (celiac disease, inflammatory bowel diseases, cancer, parasites, etc.). Keep into consideration that sometimes starting a new medication or supplement […]

TOP 10 Easy Comfort Food Recipes

16 November, 2019 No Comments

Comfort food is the perfect remedy for fall blues. When it’s cold outside, there’s nothing better than eating a good hot dish to warm you up and remind you of your childhood memories. We have chosen 10 special recipes that will soothe your soul … and fill your stomach.

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Farinata: A Typical Italian Pancake

Farinata is a type of pancake with Italian origins made from chickpea flour. Its origins date back to the Middle Ages and it is still widely consumed today in northwestern Italy and a little bit all over the world. I invite you to discover this classic food from the Ligurian coast.

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Voyage to the Centre of Slow Food

28 October, 2019 No Comments

During our last trip to Italy, we had a very interesting meeting at the office of the founder and President of Slow Food, Carlo Petrini, at the headquarters of the University of Gastronomic Sciences (UNISG) of Pollenzo (Bra). Those who have been following us for years know that our collaborator Éloïse Vincent graduated with the […]

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How to Choose Your Soy Sauce

25 October, 2019 No Comments

A condiment originating from China, where it has been known for over 2000 years now, soy sauce was first introduced in Japan in the seventh century by Buddhist monks. It is traditionally made from a mixture of soybeans and wheat, to which yeast or mold is added, and then allowed to ferment until one achieves […]

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