I have started week 8 of Freeletics and I already feel like my remaining 7 weeks are not going to be enough. I want more! I’m a little addicted and not afraid to say admit it. I’m also a little in love with the athletes they use for the demonstration videos. So [...]
Could Freeletics be the exercise program that finally pays off?
Seven weeks ago I started Freeletics. I am not sure how I came upon it, but three key elements convinced me to try it : It uses no equipment other than a pull-up bar, it has a realistic time frame (15 weeks), and I was impressed with [...]
I have never looked for my next read among best seller lists; most of the books I have read past my scholastic years have found me, not the other way around. And come to think of it, that is the way all my relationships have started. Which should flatter everyone I’ve loved because I [...]
I have seen this drink so often on the shelves of every health-food, organic, or trendy coffee shop, that I often felt curious about it. Fortunately the name was enough to keep me far from it. Then I read on the Mayo clinic’s website:
“Kombucha tea is a fermented drink made with tea, sugar, bacteria [...]
Two days ago I started the Whole30 program. If you haven’t heard of it, it is a 30-day introduction to the Paleo lifestyle. I don’t use the word diet, because its proponents are committed to it for life. The scope and rules of this 30 day challenge can be read in “It Starts with Food” by [...]
En France, on écoute souvent les gémisses des ceux qui pensent que la langue Française est en imminent danger d’être envahisse par l’anglais. Il existe — bien sûr — des lois promulguées (loi Bas-Lauriol) avec le but de diminuer (dit décourager) l’usage d’anglais dans l’affichage public, ainsi forçant à l’agence publicitaire de offrir [...]
I have gotten into the habit of second-guessing any assumptions I make about the origins of any recipes or ingredients as the kitchen can be a real melting pot of cultures and languages that often belie its origins.
This month’s recipe, Hollandaise (French for “Dutch”), is the first of our verbal traps. Much debate exists [...]