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Straight from Japan – it’s the salad cake

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You might think that “salad cake” (or cake salad) comes from the USA, but no, it’s the work of Japanese food stylist Mitsuki Moriyasu. She has put her talents to work for epicures who don’t want to put on weight, by making vegetables and fruits the basis for a cake. And you can believe it. This patisserie with its candy colours really does look like gateaux or cakes. A bit…

Memory and dependence – when addiction causes amnesia

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Behind many instances of memory loss lie addictions, whether to psychoactive substances, or to technology, or a food-related addiction. All forms of dependence, whether physical or emotional, have an effect on our mental state. Each addiction has its own effect, and some are lot nastier than others… Addiction to psychoactive substances As we said in our article about psychoactive substances, drug addiction has undesirable effects and is particularly harmful to…

A healthy mind in a healthy body

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Far reaching benefits of a healthy mind in a healthy body We’d all like to live longer, and enjoy good mental and physical health. There is no secret formula when it comes to health and longevity, but I believe that there is some basis in the old adage ‘a healthy mind equals a healthy body’. Taking care of the basics Ensuring that our bodies are fit and healthy and looked…

Let’s talk about health and junk food addiction….with Kayla Itsines

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Kayla Itsines is an Australian personal trainer. At the age of 23, she has a following of millions of Internet users from the four corners of the world. No media fanfare or extravagance, just a passion that seems to have no frontiers – today Kayla receives tour offers from all over the world! What is it that charms the 2.7 million fans who follow her daily life on Instagram, and…

Chocolate – When a Sweet Love Story Gets Bitter

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Maybe our first question should be “Is it possible to be addicted to chocolate?” CHOCOHOLISM Although many studies have shown that chocolate can contain addictive substances, none has yet proved that it creates dependence. Nutritionists reject the idea and speak instead about unbalanced dietary habits. In this context, I feel like saying that the name is not important. Whether “chocoholism” really exists or not, I know that lots of us…