You probably eat twice the recommended salt per day. Here’s how to cut back – CBC The Dose – March 18th 2023

Want quality, healthy meals? Boost your food skills – SunLife Financial Newsletter – 21/06/2018

Reality check: What are probiotics good for? – Global News Online – 16/09/2018

As Canadians consume ‘harmful’ levels of sodium, officials urge chefs to limit salt but face resistance – Globe & Mail – 19/11/2017

How Much Basketball Does It Take to Limit ‘Freshman 15’? – VOA – 25/10/2017

Probing the World of Probiotics: Interview with an Expert – OICC Blog – 10/08/2017

Does eating more probiotic bacteria really make us healthier? – Healthy Debate – 20/07/2017

Dining Hall Intervention Helped College Students Choose Healthier Options – – 07/06/2017

What you need to know about probiotic yogurt – Toronto Star – 24/04/2017

Not all probiotic yogurts are created equal. Does yours measure up? – The Globe and Mail – 25/04/2017

Probiotic yogurt benefits vary, study finds – CBC News – 19/04/2017

Pioneering study shows large differences in probiotic yogurt health benefits – UofT News – 19/04/2017

Too much added sugar in children’s menus – The Varsity – 16/03/2015

Kids’ meals have sugar than recommended, new research suggests – American Herald – 06/03/2015

Excess sugar lurks in kids’ meals at restaurant chains, U of T researchers say – Toronto Star – 06/03/2015

Sugar intake should be reduced to 5-10% of calories, WHO says – CBC News – 04/03/2015

How much sugar is in kids’ meals in chain restaurants? Enough to shock researchers – UofT News – 04/03/2015

Sugar levels in kids’ meals are higher than WHO guidelines: Canadian study – Global News – 04/03/2015

Health board’s proposed sodium labeling stirs opposition – The Toronto Observer – 02/11/2015

Restaurant patrons hungry for nutritional information: Study – The Sun – 1/01/2015

Canadian restaurants’ high sodium levels ‘not a surprise’ to Ottawa – Globe and Mail – 16/12/2014

High sodium restaurant meals persist, researchers find – CBC News – 16/12/2014

Salt levels still high in Canadian restaurant meals – The Sun – 16/12/2014

Still too salty: slight decrease in sodium levels for some foods at chain restaurants, whopping increase for others – UofT News – 16/12/2014

Ontario’s government plans to keep pushing for chains to post nutrition data in restaurants – University of Toronto research bolsters argument to force chains to post nutrition info – Toronto Star – 3/11/2014

If menus shared calories, sodium, would you make healthier choices? – Global News – 31/10/2014

Why a Burger King Whopper contains LESS calories than a restaurant salad: Fattening upscale meals revealed – Daily Mail Online – 30/01/2014

Restaurant Dishes: More Calories than Fast Food? – LA Weekly – 14/05/2013

Dining Out on a Calorie Budget Nearly Impossible, Studies Find – ABC News – 13/05/2013

Are ‘alarming’ calorie rates in restaurants ruining your diet? How the fat in one meal is nearly 90% of recommended daily intake – Daily Mail Online – 13/05/2013

Small Restaurants Serving Big Calories, Salt: Studies – Reuters – 13/05/2013

Typical Restaurant Meal Loaded with Fats, Calories – WebMD – 13/05/2013

No Change in Sodium Content of Ready Food from ’05 to ’11 – PriMed – 13/05/2013

High sodium levels persist in processed, restaurant foods – Endocrine Today – 15/05/2013

Want (lots of) salt with that? – The Varsity – 03/11/2013

Researchers “shocked” by sodium levels at Canadian restaurants – Globe and Mail – 02/27/2013

Forget the fries: Salt in a single fast-food burger often a day’s worth of recommended intake: study – National Post – 02/27/13

Sodium in Canadian restaurant foods ‘alarmingly high’ – CBC News Online – 02/27/2013

A salt surprise? Sit-down meals can contain more sodium than fast food – CTV News – 02/27/2013

Burger salt: Chain restaurant hamburger may contain one day’s worth of sodium – Huffington Post Canada – 02/27/2013

UofT study finds “alarmingly” high sodium levels in Canadian restaurant foods – U of T – Faculty of Medicine News – 02/27/2013

Salty surprise: fast food beats table service – U of T News – 03/05/2013

Articles About Me:

Knowledge is the Food of the Soul – Mary Scourboutakos Profile – Vic Report – Spring 2015

A trip down memory lane: A discussion with former DEMO editor-in-chief Mary Scourboutakos – DEMO Magazine – September 12th 2017