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Sport and Insulin Resistance

Kathryn Adel July 11, 2024 ,

Sport and insulin resistance: How can you have enough energy to exercise without raising your blood sugar? This article will answer this question.

Physical activity is particularly beneficial for people with insulin resistance or prediabetes. Carbohydrates are the main source of energy for muscles, but can also contribute to raising blood sugar levels. So how can you eat to have enough energy for exercising without affecting your blood sugar control? (more…)

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TOP 10: Eat Like an Athlete Recipes

Cinzia Cuneo July 8, 2024 , ,

For athletes nutrition plays an important role to improve their performance as well as speed up recovery after exercise. Here are 10 recipes for athletes that are quick, simple and easy to prepare between two workouts. They are very tasty and will please the whole family. (more…)

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6 Tips for Choosing Olive Oil

Cinzia Cuneo June 18, 2024 , , ,

There is an increasing craze for olive oil all over the world, both for its beneficial effects on health and for its taste. But how do you choose the right olive oil when you know that there are some 2000 varieties in the world, which differ in flavor, aroma, price and especially in the content of its phenolic compounds, which are those that play an important role in disease prevention? (more…)

TOP 10: Grilled Fish Recipes for Your Next Barbecue

Cinzia Cuneo June 10, 2024 , ,

There are plenty of reasons to get excited for warmer weather, but we’d say that grilling is pretty high up there. If you usually only grill meat, what about trying some fish and seafood for a change? So get ready to go and let yourself be inspired by these simple, delicious and healthy grilled fish recipes. (more…)

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Diet, Lifestyle Habits and GERD

Kathryn Adel June 10, 2024 , , ,

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a chronic condition caused by stomach contents backing up into the esophagus. There are several potential causes that can contribute to the development of GERD, the most common being obesity. GERD can also be caused by a weakening of the sphincter muscle between the esophagus and stomach, or a hiatal hernia. (more…)

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