Equivalents to superfoods, cheaper and with the same virtues

Superfoods pamper our health, but they are hard to find and their price is often high. Discover their less expensive equivalents that are just as good for our form. They have adorned the shelves of organic stores for several years and squat on the covers of books stamped “health food”. These are the superfoods, including … Read more

The seven cooking mistakes not to make with your frying pan

By Anne-Laure Mignon Posted on 11/29/2018 at 2:46 p.m., Update on 09/26/2022 at 11:35 Pan-frying is quick and flavorful. But you have to avoid certain missteps so as not to miss it or become intoxicated. Getty Images Easy, practical and fast, cooking in a frying pan no longer counts its emulators. But it can be … Read more

Mushrooms in Japanese cuisine: multiple flavors

shiitake, nameko, ergi…Let’s discover the names and specificities of the different varieties of mushrooms most consumed in Japan. A very ancient food source in Japan Since ancient times, mushrooms, or kinoko, are a staple of Japanese cuisine. Ceramic mushrooms unearthed at ancient sites from the prehistoric Jomon period reveal that they were a recurring part … Read more

Top 13 everyday objects that are not at all harmless

We have already told you about the strange, even gloomy origins of our everyday objects. On the other hand, we realize that we have not warned you enough, not protected enough, that we have not sufficiently fulfilled our role of lucky star towards you… We are really sorry, but we are catching up right away … Read more

What to expect when the HFSS regulations come into effect on 1 October

Instore – both physical and online – promotion restrictions come into force from 1 October, while restrictions on volume-based promotions have been delayed for another year. “Rightly, the restrictions on multibuy promotions have been delayed to help with the cost-of-living crisis, but, frankly, they should be scrapped altogether,”​ said Chris Whitehouse, chair of food sector … Read more

The Fréjus-Saint-Raphaël hospital multiplies environmental actions

The Intermunicipal Hospital Center (CHI), engaged in a dynamic of sustainable development, multiplies the actions and makes it known to its staff, soliciting the opinion of each agent by questionnaires. “We educate our staff and we analyze the responses to find out what the agents want. We take into account their opinions, their ideas, with … Read more

Budget will help ease health inequality but only as a first step

Significant inequalities in mortality in Ireland were identified in an ESRI report, published this month. The standardized mortality rate — mortality differences that are not explained by differences in age and sex — was twice as high in the least advantaged slice of society compared to mortality for those in the most advantaged group in … Read more

GOP attacks Minnesota governor in $250M food fraud case

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Republicans attacked Democratic Gov. Tim Walz on Monday after a judge took the rare step of disputing the administration’s claim that the judge prevented it from cutting off payments to Feeding Our Future, which is the target of a $250 million federal fraud case. The GOP candidates for governor, attorney … Read more

Cowlitz County organizations aim to create healthy relationship between youth and food

The sun was just beginning to peek through the tall pines bordering the Carrolls Elementary School when the fourth-grade class stepped outside Wednesday morning. The students walked past the playground to gather in the garden, for a somewhat unconventional cross-subject lesson in science, health and listening. Lower Columbia School Gardens teaches students how to grow … Read more