Traveling has been such a huge part of my life and my identity as a “multi-lingual international man,” that you might be surprised to read my article today on how I am entirely rethinking traveling and the way I’m planning to travel in the future.
A couple of years ago I succumbed to the Instant Pot fever, which turned out to become one of the most successful kitchen appliances in recent years.
Nowadays the term “intermittent fasting” is widespread. Behind the trend, however, there’s a big misconception about fasting.
Anything under 36 hours is not fasting.
About ten years ago, Dan Buettner, a journalist working for National Geographic, published a book called “The Blue Zones” that is now almost a classic in the genre.
Right now it’s tomato season! And at the market near where I live, farmers are selling huge boxes of Italian plum tomatoes, which are used for making tomato sauce traditionally, among other things.
Whenever I have traveled to tropical countries, I have noticed that only the tourists, mainly from America, drink vast amounts of water.
We’re not addicted to sugar. We’re addicted to the combination of sugar and fat (with a preference for fat).
In a recent webinar, Dr.
If there’s a trend that drives me nuts, it is the obsession with avoiding “carbs.”
When someone says something like, “Oh, I don’t do fruit because they’re full of sugar” I almost want to hug them and cry.
I’m writing this in the middle of a heat wave in Quebec, where the temperatures are reaching 42 Celsius (107 Fahrenheit) with humidity, which for some of you guys living in the desert might be nothing, but for us Northerners, calls for one thing… a cold beer!
I had never heard of Ciguatera until I traveled to the South Pacific, where it is a public health concern. Ciguatera is a food poisoning disease caused by ingesting fish contaminated by a certain micro-algae.
A couple of years ago, I published an article on “living in the city vs. living in the country” that generated strong reactions.