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What is the Relationship between Food and Emotions?
Is there a relation between the food we eat and our emotions? The way we feel. An Eastern vision on our body and mind with Rick Vermuyten.
Reach and Maintain Your Ideal Weight
A few pounds less, most of us follow a diet for it. Achieving your ideal weight and then keeping it is far from being easy, I discussed it with Viviane Van Dyck.
What is Macrobiotics?
Macrobiotics is so much more than just the next nutrition or diet trend. It’s a philosophy for a healthier and more balanced life. I will ask expert Rick Vermuyten exactly how this works.
Eat - articles
Troubled by Stomach-Aches? 5 Common Causes
Few things are as annoying as irritated bowels and the fear that those intestinal gases will escape the body unexpectedly in public. Why is it that our bowels are on some days more troublesome than on others?
Broccoli also Helps to Protect Against Liver Cancer
For some time we already knew that broccoli protects against various types of cancers, but now scientists have also added liver cancer to that list. Lever cancer is linked to obesity and broccoli reduces the absorption of fat in the liver.
A Mirror in Your Dining Room may Help You Lose Weight
Placing a mirror in your dining room may help you eat less junk food. Eating unhealthily in front of a mirror will causes that food to lose its appeal. This was shown by a study of the Cornell University.
Eating Snacks at Night May Damage the Memory
A study has shown that mice that eat while they ought to be sleeping have a poorer memory.
How Nutrition Experts Determine Whether a Snack is Healthy
You no longer have to wonder whether you should choose the piece of black chocolate, a handful of nuts or a bunch of grapes. With these tips, you can determine for yourself what snack is healthiest.
Which Vegetables and Fruits are Best Kept in the Fridge?
Should or shouldn't we keep apples, tomatoes and eggs in the fridge? To clarify this matter once and for all, the Food Center has launched a sticker.
"Red Meat and Processed Meat are Carcinogenic"
The World Health Organization has decided to put processed meat and red meat on the list of carcinogenic substances. But they do not recommend to completely stop eating it. Their advice: eat it in moderation.