Whether you have had a surgery in your digestive system or mouth, if you are in a bout of diverticulitis, or have active inflammatory bowel disease, your doctor or dietitian may have told you to follow a liquid diet … but what does this mean exactly? And what exactly should you ‘eat’? I have the answers for you here!
MCT oil, which can be found in supplements, coconut oil and butter, among others, has been popular for many years for its alleged effects on weight loss. Recently, it is regaining popularity, especially among supporters of the ketogenic diet. One trend is Bullet Proof coffee, which consists of adding butter and MCT oil to your morning coffee to lose weight, increase energy levels and improve brain function. But is it really effective? Let’s look into it!
The hypotoxic diet (or Seignalet diet) helps you reduce the chronic pain associated with inflammatory diseases. It is gluten-free and dairy-free and is similar to the ancestral diet (or paleo diet), except for the presence of grains and legumes. To discover more, here are our top 10 hypotoxic recipes. (more…)
According to a recent scientific report, in order to improve the health of the population and preserve the planet, it is necessary to reduce the consumption of animal-sourced and ultra-processed foods. Here’s how to eat healthy to benefit your own health and that of the planet!
Have you started working out to lose weight, but your weight is not going down on the scale and you are wondering how this could be possible? In general, one pound of fat corresponds to 3500 Calories. Therefore, in theory, someone who starts an exercise program and starts burning an average of 500 calories a day without modifying their daily living activities or their diet should lose an average of one pound per week. Unfortunately, in reality, this is not always what happens… Here are 4 reasons that can potentially explain why you are not losing weight!