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How to Make Sense of the Food Industry’s Marketing Terms?

Marie-Maxime Bergeron February 13, 2017 ,

Over the last few years, consumers have been increasingly focusing on buying unprocessed, pure foods. And, every year, a large number of products hit the shelves. The food industry uses claims which can help us to choose, or leave us confused. Here are some common marketing terms, and what they really mean.

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What is the best way to prevent Alzheimer’s?

Jef L'Ecuyer February 10, 2017 , ,

Each year in Canada, 25 000 people are diagnosed with dementia… and the numbers keep rising! Of these 25 000 new cases, several will develop into Alzheimer’s disease. Unfortunately, the medical world doesn’t 100% understand the way this illness develops, nor the way to cure it, or even slow its’ progression.

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Omega 3: The Most Effective Nutrient for Memory and Alzheimer’s

Jean-Yves Dionne January 31, 2017 ,

Researchers at the University Laval, including Frederic Calon, one of the world’s leading experts in the field of neurological illnesses, have reviewed the literature on the use of Omega 3 to reduce cognitive decline associated with age related dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
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“FODMAP Diet” Wins the DUX 2017 Contest

Cinzia Cuneo January 30, 2017 ,

Each year for the last five years, at the end of January, big (and small!) players in the food industry get together to celebrate the new initiatives taken that year. This year, it’s with great pride that we have won the DUX Contest for our initiative the “FODMAP Diet”!

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Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease

Jean-Yves Dionne January 30, 2017

If, like me, Alzheimer’s disease has affected someone near you and really scares you, you’ll be happy to learn that we are not powerless against it. Several studies show that there are strategies you can follow to prevent this terrible disease.

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