Veuillez trouver ici un extrait du livre « Je mange cru – Brûle-graisses, antifatigue, anti-âge ». Le livre a vocation de stimuler la réflexion sur nos comportements alimentaires conventionnels et notre propre rôle pour garantir et maximiser un état de santé et bien-être au top, visible pour tous. Continue reading
… And yet, “healthy eating” clearly has a peak season in spring and summer. “Sunny days are ahead, I have to get back in shape”, “Soon we go to the beach”… Continue reading
Fewer ingredients are better, right? At least a new Nutella ad wants us to believe that. “It’s 7 ingredients, and that’s it. Our recipe does not contain colorants nor preservatives. It’s this quality that makes Nutella so good. ” Let’s take a closer look, shall we? Continue reading
What a shame! Thanks to a recent Nutella advertisement in France I learn that “Nutella has its fair place at breakfast, as part of a balanced diet.” What? I may have misread? I admit, my eyesight is getting worse… OK, I read the advertisement again… and still, it’s indeed written word by word… Continue reading
Nowadays we find smoothies and juices on mainstream restaurants’ menus, still, I am often asked about the difference between smoothie and juice, and also, which of both is “better” … Continue reading
When talking about nutrition and healthy eating one of the common comments will be “but, eating is about pleasure”! Exactly, eating shall be pleasure. To be precise, eating shall also be pleasure.
Take for example goji berries, raw cacao, maca powder, meringue extract, green powder and acai: What do they all have in common? Well, these items are very likely considered “superfoods”. Indeed, the word “superfoods” sounds smart and fancy. But are superfoods – as we are made to believe – really “better”, “more potent”, “more nutritious” and “ideal for boosting our health”?