• Why obesity may be linked to stress

    Measuring long-term levels of cortisol, UK researchers confirm the link between chronic stress and obesity.

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  • Are sweeteners safe ?

    Artificial sweeteners are a trap for consumers, who find themselves driven to consume more sugar.

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  • How clean is your fridge ?

    When was the last time you cleaned out your refrigerator? If you can’t remember, you are not alone. Nearly 20 percent of people surveyed by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and Con Agra foods

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  • Melons

    Very light and low in calories, melons provide a great amount of vitamins, fibres and carotenoids.

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  • Seignalet diet basics

    All what you need to know about the Seignalet Diet, a long-run strategy to stay healthy.

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  • Peas

    Native to Central Asia, peas belong to the leguminous family of vegetables.

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  • Rhubarb

    Originating from Asia, rhubarb has been used as an ingredient in Chinese medicine since time immemorial. Yet it is only more recently, from the 17th century that rhubarb has become part of the everyda

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  • Acne breakouts

    Why does adolescence often go hand-in-hand with acne breakouts ? Obviously, there are hormonal causes.

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  • Strawberries

    Strawberries are one of the most delicious and nutritious fruit and the season in on right now.

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  • Fennel

    Formerly was considered a medicinal plant, fennel is a tasty and surprising vegetable.

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  • Mackerel

    Mackerel is a very affordable fatty fish that ranks among the richest foods in omega-3 fatty acids.

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  • Asparagus

    Has asparagus made its appearance on the shelves? Do not be mistaken, spring is fast approaching or is it already here? A prime spring vegetable, young asparagus appears in March and its development.

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