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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 […]
This article was originally written on February 2, 2021 and updated on December 21, 2021, following to the latest update of the Monash app about FODMAP content in foods. The low-FODMAP diet provides relief to long-time sufferers of IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)*. It consists of a phase of temporary elimination of FODMAP carbohydrates, followed by a […]
For some infants, cow’s milk protein or bovine protein in breast milk or milk formula can be difficult to digest. Can it also be worthwhile for adults to exclude dairy products and bovine proteins? In order to better understand the interest of these exclusions, let’s start by understanding what a food allergy is.
It is possible to react to the consumption of certain foods through various symptoms such as digestive issues, migraines, rashes, or others. Symptoms can occur at any period during the course of a lifetime. How do you know if it is an allergy, intolerance, or food sensitivity, and how can you identify which foods are […]
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.
Recognized for millennia for its health benefits, psyllium is a perennial herb native to India, with tiny seeds (1,000 seeds weigh less than 2 g), hence its name from the Greek psyllia, which means flea. The seeds can be black, brown or blond depending on the species. Like chia seeds, once in contact with a […]
Flax, chia and hemp seeds are popular for their beneficial effects on health. However, did you know that they don’t all have the same nutritional properties? Here is a description of the benefits of each to help you determine which one or ones you should choose according to your needs.