Even if we don’t all react in the same way to caffeine, certain properties of coffee are universal. It makes for a very useful drink when we need a boost during the day, or at the end of a meal as a gourmet coffee, but you should careful not to drink too much of it.
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The best way to lower your cholesterol
You don’t have to remove the fat from your plate anymore!
Should we take dietary supplements?
Are supplements really that innocuous?
Lose weight through mindfulness
How to make the most of it?
A New cause for Obesity
Some factors of obesity are already well known. But what about genetics?
Are you dehydrated?
You may be more often dehydrated than you think!
Why should we consume turmeric?
Spices are natural and traditional medicines.
Do you choose your flour correctly?
Should we keep using classic wheat flour?
Essential oils for the whole family
Aromatherapy for our children: which oils should i choose?
How to manage food neophobia?
Is your child refusing to eat certain foods? We have some useful tips.
Soaking in the kitchen
Why do you need to soak legumes and oleaginous products before eating them?
Parents’ Stress and Children’s Weight
Almost one in two French are overweight. But what about the youngest?
Should we have a Green Monday?
What if we were to further reduce our consumption of meat and that of our children?
Increasing your sexual desire through sport
Sport has many benefits, including improving your libido!
Reflexology for a Happy Couple
Alternative medicine has been shown to improve your libido.
Sugar on Trial
In large quantities, sugar is responsible for many ailments. It is for this very reason that some people opt to remove it completely from their diet, while others become “addicts”.
Is cheese so fattening ?
According to their fat content, which cheeses should we prioritise ?
Does removing bread help you lose weight?
Should we be saying goodbye to our beloved baguette to help us lose weight?
What is the link between eating cheese and allergies?
Your diet affects your health in the short and long term.
Can the father’s obesity cause his daughter’s breast cancer?
Researchers are working on an idea that links a father’s obesity to an increased risk in his daughter’s breast cancer.
Alcohol and health
The Christmas and New Year period is traditionally a period of excesses. Getting together with family or friends is often an excuse to enjoy meals in a festive spirit.
Are you bigorexic?
Addictions like bigorexia are more common than people might think. Are you concerned?
What is the Glycemic index?
When we eat carbohydrates, whether simple (white sugar) or complex (starchy), the amount of sugar we have in the blood is impacted. Diabetics are very familiar with the glycemic index which measures the impact of foods on blood sugar levels: a variation naturally causes hypo and hyperglycemias, which are to be avoided by diabetics, and whose signs can also sometimes be detected in healthy people.
Chocolate: the Christmas star
Every year, during the Christmas period alone, the French consume about 1.5 kg of chocolate per household. In other words, it’s hugely popular!
For or against low-fat dairy products?
Whether they are low in fat, sugar or calories, ‘light’ products are extremely popular and just like products “without” (fat, sugar, calories), ubiquitous in supermarkets. By eating a yogurt with “0% fat”, the yoghurt will not contain lipids, therefore, it is naturally less calorific. So, it’s a logical solution to losing weight? Unfortunately, things are never that simple.
Napping, an underrated activity?
Napping is most commonly performed by children and the elderly, however, rarely by adults. But what if it was actually a lot more beneficial than we previously thought?
Sweet potato or potatoes?
To the detriment of the classic white potato, recipes based on sweet potatoes are multiplying on social media. Indeed, with a sweet potato, we can make many different types of recipes, used in both sweet and savoury dishes.
How to progress in your sporting activity?
Many athletes think they can eat almost anything they want because they are highly active. Incorrect! Whatever your goal is, the quality of what you consume is paramount. Here is a non-exhaustive summary of what you can do to improve your daily routine, if you haven’t already done so!
How to balance pregnancy and vegetarianism
For heath and ethical reasons, vegetarianism, which consists of the removal of meat and fish from a diet, is becoming increasingly popular. It is the most commonly followed as a lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet; a diet that includes everything (eggs and milk) apart from meat and fish. However, once a women is pregnant, her needs evolve! During this marvellous and rather delicate period, women need to pay twice as much attention to their own needs to ensure their health and the development of the foetus.
How to limit what you buy when shopping?
Each time the same thing happens: you go shopping to buy some vegetables, and you end up at the cash register with a whole range of cakes and sweets.