Our experts talk to you

Fruits riches en eau

TOP 10 Water-Rich Foods

Cinzia Cuneo June 26, 2022 , ,

Water is the most important element of our body. It accounts for 60 to 65 % of the weight of adults. This proportion varies according to age and decreases over the years. In order to compensate for the losses (about 2 liters per day), we must drink daily. Some of this hydration can come from water-rich foods, especially vegetables and fruits, which will also provide you with fiber, vitamins and antioxidants. (more…)

monosodium glutamate

Monosodium Glutamate (MSG): How to Replace it

Cinzia Cuneo June 17, 2022 ,

Monosodium glutamate, also known as sodium glutamate, or MSG, is the sodium salt of glutamic acid. It occurs naturally in many foods, including peas, mushrooms, tomatoes and some cheeses. It is used in the food industry as a flavor enhancer, as it balances and improves the overall perception of other foods, conferring the umami effect. (more…)

Jeunes pousses

Green Shoots and Sprouts: Benefits and Risks

Cinzia Cuneo June 10, 2022

Green shoots and sprouts are seeds of vegetables, legumes, cereals, grasses, or nuts and seeds that are germinated and picked a few days/weeks after they have germinated, before they become plants in their own right. (more…)

Doctor discussing H. Pylori with patient

Helicobacter Pylori (H. Pylori) and Nutrition

Kathryn Adel June 6, 2022

H. pylori is a bacteria which is found in saliva and feces. It can be transmitted when you kiss someone, when you shake hands with someone who has not washed their hands properly, or by consuming contaminated water or food. This is the leading cause of stomach ulcers. The bacteria multiply in the lining of the stomach and duodenum, damaging stomach tissue, and can lead to gastritis and/or a gastric ulcer. If left untreated, it can also increase the risk of stomach cancer. (more…)


Endometriosis and Nutrition

Céline Saloumi May 3, 2022 , ,

Endometriosis is a complex chronic and inflammatory disease that affects 1 in 10 women. It is characterized by the growth of endometrial-like tissues (the lining of the inside of the uterine cavity) outside the uterus. Despite its prevalence, this disease is still not well known, and its diagnosis can take 7-10 years.

This website uses cookies to give the best user experience, monitor the site performance, offer social networks features, or display advertisements. By clicking "ACCEPT", you consent to the use of cookies in accordance to our privacy policy.

Our weekly newsletter includes:

  • Recipes, tips and advice on healthy eating
  • Occasional promotions on products & services from SOSCuisine and some trusted partners
  • Occasional invitations to help scientific research by answering surveys or participating in studies
  • Your email address will never be shared without your permission and you may unsubscribe at any time.
SOSCuisine, 3470 Stanley, Suite 1605, Montreal, QC, H3A 1R9, Canada.