Summary Loneliness Promotes Junk Food We are stronger together than alone More and more ready meals Ingredients that promote obesity Set limits Advertising pressure from the food industry Eating well requires money … The poorest are more affected by obesity Eating well takes time … Loneliness promotes Junk Food “Isolation at mealtimes and lack of interest in cooking promotes junk food, analyzes experts. Certainly, we cook a little less and… Read More »Obesity: Are we really fans of junk food?
Our health depends in part on the well-being of our belly, especially our gut. Containing millions of neurons, this complex organ is in constant communication with our brain. It seizes up, and our whole body suffers. So here we are going to discuss how our gut is our second brain. Summary We underestimate the role of the gut A sensitive and intelligent organ Two-way communication with the main brain The… Read More »Our Gut is our Second Brain – Here is a full guide
Here is a list on some plants that boost our immunity. Read the full guide to get all the information. Echinacea: Immunostimulatory and anti-infectious In times of high viral circulation or fatigue, phytotherapy gives a boost to our immune defenses. A plus to protect yourself from seasonal infections! Echinacea, cypress, elderberry, ganoderma … plants have unexpected benefits! In autumn and winter, plants are useful for preparing your immune “terrain” ,… Read More »Plants that boost our Immunity – Full guide
In World, one in six children is overweight. We all have a role to play in the fight against childhood obesity. Summary Perfecting childhood obesity screening Changing the behavior of the whole family Limit advertising for fatty and sweet products My child is too fat, how should I react? After having increased sharply until the early 2000s, obesity in children and adolescents. It is even declining in 5-6 year olds.… Read More »Childhood Obesity: Are we mobilised enough?
Fever accompanies many of our infections, but the slightest flare sometimes leaves us clueless. Here are the questions to ask yourself when your temperature or that of your child reaches 38, 39, 40 ° C … Summary Is a disease more serious if it is accompanied by fever? Below 39 ° C, should you worry? Who are the most exposed? Which fever medicine to use? What to do when a… Read More »Fever: At what temperature should you worry?
We are too likely to view our emotions as signs of weakness that must be suppressed. Yet these body reactions are essential. Here is how to Accept your emotions to feel alive. Summary Why do we deny our emotions? They scare us Why listen to your emotions? Avoid that they do not express themselves by the disease The proper use of emotions Emotions are both physiological and psychological reactions to… Read More »Accept your emotions to feel alive
The knot in the stomach, palpitations, back pain… When faced with work stress, your response is above all emotional. Ultimately, this creates physical problems. The solution? Learn not to get carried away by your negative emotions. Summary Your stress is above all emotional Relaxation above all Colleagues stop talking to you because of a promotion Your work weighs you down, and it makes you aggressive In long periods of work,… Read More »Work stress: Learn to control your emotions
The breasts embody femininity, motherhood and sexuality. Sensitive to hormones, they swell during the female cycle, change during pregnancy … These changes raise many questions. So here are the 10 things everyone should know about Breasts. Summary Big breasts are no more worries Infection is possible, even outside breastfeeding At each consultation, the gynaecologist must palpate the breasts It is common to have sore breasts Breasts hate tobacco and alcohol… Read More »10 things everyone should know about Breasts
When you pay attention to your line, you tend to favour light foods. However, certain foods “stall” well without making them fat. Here are 10 foods with a high satiety index that will help you eat healthily and avoid the mid-afternoon hunger. Let’s have a look at 10 satiating foods that don’t make you fat. Summary Potato The banana Rolled oats Red beans Cottage cheese 0% Apple Eggs White meat… Read More »10 satiating foods that don’t make you fat
A flagship vegetable for sunny days, the tomato has it all: vitamins, antioxidants, flavours, low-calorie… Our advice for tasting it well. With, as a bonus: a delicious gazpacho recipe. This guide will help you understanding how Tomato – An Anti-aging ally. Summary Sweet, tart, vitaminized, the tomato has it all! Vitamin C, carotenoids: a vegetable bursting with colour Lycopene, the antioxidant asset How to choose and store the tomato At… Read More »The Tomato – An Anti-aging ally – Here is full guide