Category: Health and Nutrition

Is the Mediterranean Diet a Good Choice?

21 January, 2019 No Comments

The Mediterranean diet has long been recognized for its protective effects against various chronic diseases including cardiovascular diseases, metabolic syndrome, obesity, type 2 diabetes, several types of cancer and degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s. With the emergence of new dietary trends such as the ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting, is the Mediterranean diet still among […]

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How to Treat Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease?

20 January, 2019 No Comments

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), also known as fatty liver, is characterized by an excessive accumulation of fat in the liver. It affects about 25% of the world’s population, 65% of obese people and 85% of morbidly obese people. Often, it does not show any noticeable symptoms. It is diagnosed by blood tests indicating abnormal […]

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5 Easy Tips To Avoid Sugar Cravings

14 January, 2019 No Comments

Do you get sugar cravings? You are not alone! A good number of clients tell me that they have them… For some, sugar cravings are related to their menstrual cycle, stress or emotions. Other people have the impression of being sugar-dependent, as their cravings are always present. Here are 5 tips to help you finally […]

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Pea Beverage: An Interesting Alternative?

14 January, 2019 No Comments

Although alternatives to milk are not lacking in grocery stores, and I wanted to talk to you about a new one today. Pea beverage caught my attention when we were looking for an alternative for our Low Carb High Fat meal plan. Indeed, it can provide plenty of nutrients, while at the same time being […]

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Spelt, a Forgotten Grain That Is Becoming Trendy Again

3 January, 2019 No Comments

Among the old grains that we can find once again on the supermarket shelves, often in an organic version, is spelt, which holds a special place because of its taste, versatility and nutritional qualities. The experts are divided on its origin, but it says in the Bible that this cereal was known and cultivated by […]

Athletes and Sports Enthusiasts: Are You Getting Enough Calories?

30 December, 2018 No Comments

Do you practice an average of at least 60 minutes of exercise per day? Have you suffered from stress fractures? Have you lost weight unintentionally? Do you often feel that you are tired or lack energy? Are you often hungry? If you are a female athlete, have you missed your period for 3 months or […]

How to Choose a Diet That Works for Me?

29 December, 2018 No Comments

Wherever we go, we hear about a new diet or way of eating that seems to be THE solution for weight loss, blood sugar control, or whatever our problem is. Whether it’s a low carb diet, the ketogenic diet, intermittent fasting, a high protein diet, the Mediterranean diet, the hypotoxic diet, a vegetarian diet or […]

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Our Most Popular Articles from 2018

23 December, 2018 No Comments

Fibromyalgia, sports, arthritis, fermented foods, FODMAP are topics that caught your eye in 2018. Here are the 10 most popular articles from our blog this year.

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Can Drinking Alcohol After Exercise Be Harmful?

10 December, 2018 No Comments

In various sports, especially team sports, it is a common practice to drink alcohol after exercise, often in large amounts, whether it’s drinking a few beers in the locker room after a game or going out to a bar to celebrate a victory. In fact, studies suggest that athletes are more likely to consume alcohol […]

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Acidifying Foods: Should You Avoid Them?

24 November, 2018 No Comments

One theory suggests that modern diets cause excess acidity in the body, which, in turn, causes a variety of health problems and excess weight gain … This theory is based on the following hypothesis: Some “acidifying” foods cause an imbalance in one’s metabolism. The best way to counteract this acidity in the body would be […]

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Vibration Platform Exercise Can Help Prevent Osteoporosis

20 November, 2018 No Comments

Did you know that at least one in three women and one in five men will suffer a fracture from osteoporosis in their lifetime? A balanced diet and an active lifestyle can help prevent the risk of developing osteoporosis. In addition, exercising with a vibrating platform is a lesser known method that can also help […]

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Flax, Chia or Hemp Seeds: Which Ones Should You Choose?

19 November, 2018 No Comments

Flax, chia and hemp seeds are popular for their beneficial effects on health. However, did you know that they don’t all have the same nutritional properties? Here is a description of the benefits of each to help you determine which one or ones you should choose according to your needs.