How can I boost my testosterone levels naturally?

Testosterone is an essential androgenic hormone , playing a crucial role not only in sports performance and muscle mass, but also in our body’s general well-being. As we age, many of us experience a drop in testosterone, with noticeable effects on bone density, body fat and even quality sleep. However, there are natural methods for … Read more

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

Epigenetic inheritance: the impact of our parents’ diet on our health.

Health is an inheritance that is sometimes passed on in unexpected ways. In addition to genetics, did you know that your parents’ diet could have an impact on your own health? In this article, we explore this fascinating link between diet, epigenetics and the trans-generational ramifications. If you’re interested in the mysteries of genetics and … Read more

Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT)

Fecal transplantation, also known as faecal microbiota transplantation (FMT), is a revolutionary medical procedure that involves transferring a medically treated faecal sample from a healthy person into the digestive tract of a sick patient. Although the idea may sound unappetising, the method offers significant therapeutic benefits thanks to the thousands of beneficial microorganisms it introduces … Read more

Is it possible to boost your metabolism by strengthening your muscles?

Metabolism and muscle building are two subjects often discussed in the world of health and well-being. What is the link between them? Is it possible to boost your metabolism by strengthening your muscles? These are the questions this article will attempt to answer. What is metabolism? Metabolism is a complex and essential process within our … Read more

How can I boost my metabolism?

Boosting your metabolism is the holy grail of all “Healthy” and “Fit” influencers. However, the speed at which your body burns calories depends on a number of factors. Some people inherit a faster metabolism than others. In addition, men tend to burn more calories than women, even at rest. For most people, the metabolism slows … 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

Maintain good cholesterol levels naturally

Today in France, cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death, mainly linked to atherosclerosis. Despite numerous therapeutic innovations, the most effective means of combating the cardiovascular risk remains the implementation of preventive measures. We must therefore continue to inform and educate populations to fight effectively against the tormentor of hearts of the 21st century: … Read more

Diabetes and metabolic disorders, what you need to know

Diabetes currently affects more than 3 million people in France and nearly 140 million worldwide. This term designates a whole series of pathologies, generally characterized by polydipsia (abnormal thirst) and polyuria (excretion of urine greater than normal). However, there are many names to qualify diabetes: lean, fatty, sweet, asymptomatic, alloxanic, tasteless, tanned, juvenile etc. To … 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