Month: December 2017

Eat Better in 5 Easy Steps

December 31, 2017 No Comments

Eating well is key to good health, everyone knows that. But without time and energy, how can we improve our habits and sustain these changes long term? I asked my colleagues at the SOSCuisine’s Nutrition Team their simplest tips to eat well. They can be summarized in 5 steps. I suggest you start by following […]

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5 Tips to Get Back Into Exercise After The Holidays

December 31, 2017 2 Comments

Do you want to get back into exercise after the holidays? Whether you’re new to exercise or you took a break for a few weeks, don’t worry about being out of shape. Follow these tips to get back on the right track, quickly.

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5 Fake Health Foods to Avoid at All Cost

December 31, 2017 No Comments

Source of fiber and omega 3, without trans-fats, no added sugar, made with whole grains, etc., many products presented as being good for health, can be the complete opposite. Let’s learn to recognize 5 fake health foods!

Our 10 most popular articles of 2017

December 26, 2017 No Comments

Organic food, veganism, migraine, sleep disorders, sport: here are some topics that caught your eye in 2017. Since it’s now time to take stock of the year, we have listed here the 10 most popular articles of 2017.

Can Fasting Help Prevent and Manage Chronic Disease?

December 21, 2017 No Comments

As mentioned in my article Fasting to Live Longer?, I will now talk to you about the role of fasting in weight loss and weight management, in some chronic illnesses and in cancer.

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Fasting to Live Longer?

December 21, 2017 No Comments

Fasting seems to be the new trendy thing to do. Whether that’s fasting for a few hours, a few days, or intermittently, a host of benefits are associated with it. But are the benefits real?

5 Simple Tips to Reduce Your Body Fat without Dieting

December 14, 2017 No Comments

Body weight includes fat, but also your muscle mass, bone mass and water. Restrictive diets result in rapid weight loss by reducing fat, but also muscle mass and water. Long term, you gain the weight back, and even more. If you just want to reduce your body fat and maintain the fat loss in the […]

How to Train Your Brain to Love Healthy Foods

December 4, 2017 2 Comments

It’s a well-known fact that regularly consuming foods that are high in sugar, fat or salt increases your desire to eat these foods. A recent study looked at whether a repeated exposure to healthier foods could in the same way increase their palatability and our desire to consume them.

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