If you follow a low FODMAP* diet you certainly know that there is a very specific protocol to follow. Namely, the elimination phase of FODMAPs, then, once the symptoms disappear, the reintroduction tests phase by following a well-established protocol in order to identify the families of FODMAPs that give you symptoms. Finally, there is the maintenance phase during which you reintegrate into your daily life the foods that contain the families of FODMAPs that you have tolerated in order to have a diet as varied and balanced as possible. It is important to remember that your tolerances can change over time.
Many of you have been curious to learn more about the SOSCuisine technical team. Behind the website, recipes, newsletter and professional services, there is a multitude of talent and expertise to inspire you and help you to eat better. This week, we to introduce to you Selma, an IT developer at SOSCuisine. (more…)
There are several reasons why someone could ask for a consultation with a dietitian. We very often think about weight loss but there are many other good reasons for a consultation, and this is what we’d like to discuss today by sharing some experiences of our dietitians.
Did you know that SOSCuisine brings together members from all over the world? Here is the testimony of Oxana, one of our subscribers who lives in Russia. Whether for her last pregnancy, vegetarianism or lactose intolerance, she has been using our meal plans for years!
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We all know that the quality of the information on the Internet is unreliable. It contains the best and the worst, which requires discernment on the part of the user to choose the online resources and services they consult, and which should lean towards those who have a very good reputation and have proven themselves. This is, of course, all the more important when it comes to health-related information and services.
But beyond the reliability of the content, another critical aspect to be taken into account concerns the protection of users’ personal data, in particular those relating to their health, which are considered sensitive, in order to avoid them being sold and to guarantee a respect for their privacy.