Tag: Eat Well
The world of Asian noodles is as vast and varied as that of Italian pasta, and one can get a little lost trying to figure out which noodles to use for certain recipes. Soba, ramen, udon, rice vermicelli, etc: which ones to choose according to your needs? I’m going to give you a short tour […]
As we are approaching the end of the year, it’s time to take stock of the topics that interested you the most in 2023. General health, good lifestyle habits, recipes and testimonials from our members have really captured your attention. Here is the list of our 10 most popular articles of 2023.
Don’t underestimate beets! They might be a humble root veggie, but these beet recipes prove just how delicious, versatile and colorful they can be. Whether you like them roasted, in a salad, as a side dish, or even for dessert, there are a variety of delicious options to enjoy beets.
Root vegetables are underground plant parts that are eaten as food. Potatoes, beets, carrots, parsnips, rutabagas, radishes… these are all root vegetables. Most can be stored long time after harvest and are quite economical. They can be enjoyed raw or cooked. They hold up well to slow cooking and are therefore perfect for simmering or […]
Omega-3 fatty acids have many benefits for cardiovascular health, but also for the brain, hormonal and inflammatory systems. In order to obtain the expected effects, it is recommended to eat fatty fish at least twice per week and to regularly consume vegetable foods rich in omega-3 from vegetable sources. Here you will find healthy, easy […]
The different kinds of pasta have diversified considerably in recent years, as many are in the search for a substitute for traditional durum wheat. Let’s look at the various types of wheat-free pasta!
Inflammation is a condition that can chronically affect any one of us, and is associated with premature aging and many other disorders. An anti-inflammatory diet can be helpful in controlling it.
What are the topics that interested you the most in 2022 on our blog? Digestive health and heart health, a low FODMAP diet and healthy lifestyle habits have certainly been at the heart of your concerns! As the year draws to a close, here is our list of the 10 most popular blog posts of […]
We need cholesterol to function. The body makes most of the cholesterol it needs, and the rest comes from food. Eggs are high in dietary cholesterol and contribute to about 25% of the cholesterol content in the United States. One large egg contains about 186 mg of cholesterol. Dietary cholesterol is also found in seafood, […]