Numerous studies that have examined the motivations and obstacles to participating in regular physical activity point to a lack of time as the main reason people report for their difficulty in adopting a more active lifestyle. Although the perceptions of these individuals are quite real, a more in-depth analysis shows that inactive people are more likely experiencing personal obstacles to the practice of physical activity such as a lack of motivation, energy, skills or interest in exercise.
It is no longer a secret to anyone; the pandemic can have a negative impact on mental health. Human beings are not designed to be constantly alert, to live in unpredictability, or to be isolated from their peers.
If you are reading this and are lacking in energy, motivation, or are having a difficult time, your kinesiologist can help!
Researchers on Radio-Canada’s L’Épicerie show* noted the growing presence in the food industry of food products labelled with a “low-FODMAP” label. Knowing SOSCuisine’s expertise on the issue, they approached us to help explain what this means in their November 11th broadcast report.
When you live alone, it is more rare to cook desserts, because the recipes are often designed for large quantities or they are too long and complex to make. We’ve thought of you and we’ve unearthed our best dessert recipes that can be prepared in small quantities, whether in one or two servings. Delight your sweet tooth with these simple and tasty desserts!
By definition the ketogenic diet is an extremely low net-carbohydrate diet, between 20g and 50g per day. But low-carb also means low-fiber. Fiber is found in carbohydrate-sourced foods such as cereals, legumes, fruits and vegetables. It is well known that fiber is our best ally in preventing constipation, so it’s no surprise that many suffer from constipation when they adopt a ketogenic diet.