To end a festive meal, dessert is a must. So you don’t end up eating something too high in sugar or fat, here are 10 healthy desserts to enjoy. Of course, there’s chocolate, but also plenty of surprises…
Think only women fall into the trap of popular diets, deprivation and the yoyo effect? Think again! This article is directed at you, guys. What’s the link between the Super Bowl, the major sporting event 1 out of every 2 Canadians tune into, during which every dietary excess is allowed? You may notice that falling off the diet wagon often goes hand in hand with the temptation to starve yourself in the hope of “getting back on track” and “erasing” yesterday’s binges. At this moment, a diet (for example low-carbohydrate, or high-protein) becomes tempting. But this apparently harmless move often triggers an unhealthy relationship with food, and can even lead to an eating disorder.
A healthy diet is the key to preventing Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases. That’s why the diet-Alzheimer’s link was the topic of an event organized by the Federation of Quebec Alzheimer Societies (FQAS) on 17th January, to mark Alzheimer’s Awareness Month.
It’s important to eat well when you work out. Here are 5 essential recipes you can eat before, during and after a winter sport activity. Some have been designed specifically to cater for athletes and active families.