Semaglutide + Tirzepatide: Our natural alternatives for obesity and diabetes

In a world where obesity and type 2 diabetes are affecting more and more people, the search for effective solutions is paramount. Ozempic (semaglutide), Zepbound and Mounjaro (tirzepatide) represent a major step forward in this quest. Although these drugs differ in their chemical composition, they share a common objective: to help patients manage their weight … Read more

Stop overdoing it this Halloween: Natural strategies for balancing your sugar intake

Halloween, celebrated with enthusiasm around the world, is synonymous with fun and indulgence, especially for those with a sweet tooth. However, behind the mask of this joyous festival lies a less festive reality: the risks associated with excessive sugar consumption. Numerous studies have highlighted the harmful effects of over-consumption of sugar, ranging from dental problems … Read more

Back-to-school herbal tea to balance blood sugar levels

Carbohydrate metabolism, made up of a series of biochemical processes, regulates the synthesis, absorption and breakdown of carbohydrates in the body. An imbalance in this system can lead to various neurological changes and metabolic disordersdiabetes being the most common. The summer period, often characterised by an increase in the consumption of sugary and calorific products, … Read more

What is glutamine used for?

Glutamine, a fascinating and versatile amino acid, occupies a central place in the field of health and well-being. Essential for many bodily functions, it is attracting growing interest among researchers and health enthusiasts. But what exactly is the role of glutamine in our bodies, and how can it help to improve our overall health? In … Read more

Do proteins make you lose weight?

Losing weight is the goal of many people, and different approaches and diets claim to help shed those extra pounds. One popular idea is that proteins play an important role in weight loss. But do proteins really make you lose weight? We’re going to explore the relationship between protein consumption and weight loss, looking at … Read more

Avoiding obesity: Tips for preparing our children’s snacks

In order to avoid the growing epidemic ofchildhood obesityin order to avoid the growing epidemic of obesity, it is important to look at what our children should eat rather than focusing on what they should not eat. Indeed, focusing on deprivation is not the best strategy for either a child or an adult. What is … Read more

The role of stress in eating disorders

Food response to stress varies from person to person. These responses are modulated according to the type of stress. Note that low stress leads to more overeating (excessive food intake) and more intense stress leads to more hypophagia (excessive restriction of food). These reactions, however, remain very dependent on the individual. In stressful times, food … Read more

The different factors that promote weight gain

It is important to consider that there are certain factors that can promote weight gain. Weight gain, which can lead to obesity, is the result of a prolonged imbalance in the energy balance: daily energy intake exceeding expenditure for a very long time. Complex interactions between biological, behavioral, social and environmental factors are involved in … Read more

Diet and overweight management in obesity

Obesity is excess weight, defined as a body mass index (BMI) greater than 30 kg / m2. Complications include cardiovascular pathologies (especially in subjects with excess abdominal fat → android profile), diabetes mellitus, certain cancers, gallstones, fatty liver, cirrhosis, osteoarthritis, reproductive disorders in in men and women, psychological disorders and, for the subject with a … Read more