Did you know that our team brings together members from many different countries? As we have subscribers all around the world, having diversity within our team is essential. This week, please meet Antonella, our nutritionist located in Italy.
We most often eat grapes in our snacks and we less often think of incorporating them into our more elaborate recipes. While a must-have on a cheese board, they can add a nice sweet touch to many dishes, from salads to stews. To help you savor fresh grapes as well as raisins, here are ten great recipes ideas starring grapes fresh and dried.
It is estimated that nearly one in five Canadians over the age of 65 experience symptoms of mild cognitive impairment, such as memory loss, and impaired judgment and thinking skills. In the long term, about 50% will develop a neurodegenerative disorder, most often Alzheimer’s disease. Could ketone supplements help slow down cognitive decline? The answer is in this article!
Is vitamin K2 beneficial for your bone health? This is what we are going to explore in this article. You have probably already heard of vitamin K. Moreover, you may even know that it is known for its role in blood coagulation. But did you know that there are several types of vitamin K?
Indeed, with the term “vitamin K” we refer to a group of several vitamins (from K1 to K5) that offer different health benefits. Two types are most often used in the human diet: vitamin K1 and vitamin K2.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) includes a group of conditions whose two main forms are ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. These diseases cause inflammation of the lining of the digestive tract and disrupt the body’s capacity to digest and absorb nutrients. People with IBD may experience acute periods of symptoms (active phase) and other periods when their symptoms are absent (remission). Signs and symptoms may include abdominal pain, diarrhea, blood in the stools, decreased appetite, and weight loss. The exact cause of these diseases remains unknown and, therefore, there is no cure.