Lobster includes 2 commercial species: American, which lives in the waters of the northwestern Atlantic (between Newfoundland and North Carolina), and European, which lives in the waters of the eastern Atlantic (from Norway to Morocco), but also in the North Sea and parts of the Mediterranean and the Black Sea.
Summer is upon us and the running season is in full swing. Did you know that more than 50% of runners will get injured during their running season? The most common injuries include shin splints, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinopathy, patellofemoral pain syndrome, iliotibial band syndrome and stress fractures. These injuries can be due to various factors such as a poor running technique or poorly fitting shoes. Although these injuries have mostly multifactorial causes, experts agree that the main cause is over-training, that is to say that we do too much, too quickly. Too many times, too much intensity or for too long, which causes a physiological stress higher than the tolerance of the body, and consequently, an injury. Here are 5 tips to prevent this from happening to you this summer!
The use of nutritional supplements among athletes is widespread. Nearly nine out of ten Canadian athletes take supplements. Sports drinks, multivitamins and protein powders are among the most popular. Athletes that use supplements usually want to prevent nutritional deficiencies, increase their energy level, recover better after exercise, optimize their body composition or increase their muscle strength. But is it really useful to take supplements and if so, which ones should you choose?
Russian cuisine is rich and varied, although it is not very well known. Influenced by its harsh climate, it consists of many comforting and tasty recipes. To discover Russia through its dishes, we invite you to cook these 5 recipes! (more…)
So you have arthritis and you’ve heard that if you eat golden raisins soaked in gin you’ll get cured? Patients tell this to doctors all the time. But there is not even the smallest piece of scientific evidence to support that. None at all. It just doesn’t work. If you enjoy the flavor of golden raisins in gin as a dessert, then go for it, just do not expect to help with your condition at all. Be honest.