Gianluca Tognon
Saturday, 01 September 2018 / Published in Diet & Health
diabetes
Diabetes is now a global problem 382 million adults (8.3% of the world’s population) live with diabetes and, according to the estimates of the International Diabetes Federation, this number is expected to rise to 592 million by 2035. In 2013 over € 100 billions were spent in Europe in terms of health expenditure attributable to this
Gianluca Tognon
Thursday, 30 August 2018 / Published in Sports nutrition
sports nutrition
Why athletes need to be more educated about sports nutrition One of the most curious stories I have ever read about sports nutrition is probably the one about Ryan Lochte, the American swimmer who, in 2008 was able to win four medals (including a gold) at the Olympics despite eating 100% McDonald food every day
Gianluca Tognon
Sunday, 26 August 2018 / Published in Events
cheese
Are dairy products healthy? And what about cheese in particular? These are probably two of the most difficult questions to answer when it comes to nutritional epidemiology. Dietary recommendations still insist in focusing on nutrient content (particularly fat), but the evidence from epidemiological studies is far from being conclusive on this topic. Together with my
Giovanna Ceccherini
Saturday, 25 August 2018 / Published in Eating for pleasure
Sara is a ninety-year-old lady living in Nicotera, the Italian village in Calabria where the Mediterranean Diet was firstly identified by dr. Ancel Keys in the 50s. The music you hear in this video is a ‘chitarra vattiente’ a 12-chords beating guitar of Calabrian origin. Sara still uses old tools to make fileja,  a sort

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