• 24 February 2020
    Ultra-processed food: friends or enemies ?
    The Nutrition
      Obesity is a chronic disease that is spreading like wildfire. From an epidemiological point of view, it is estimated that over 600 million people are affected and that in...
  • 14 July 2019
    How habits control epigenetics
    Epigenetics is the branch of molecular biology that studies the modifications of our genetic makeup through environmental interactions. In other words, we inherit a genetic make-up from our parents...
  • 5 May 2019
    The metabolic syndrome or X-syndrome
    The Nutrition
    Syndrome X was first described in the late 1980s by Reaven. No, it has nothing in common with the famous "X-files" paranormal series. Indeed, apparently it is sadly quite...
  • 7 April 2019
    A D-angerous D-eficit
    The Nutrition
    A few days ago I discussed about vitamin D with my sister-in-law who is an anesthesiologist and deals with pain therapy: she is convinced that it is important to...
  • 31 March 2019
    The Nutrition
    An ancient Japanese proverb reads "Eight parts of a stomach support a man, the remaining two support his doctor."   Given my work, I could not agree more than that, 100%. Thank...
  • 17 March 2019
    The Nutrition
    My generation is the daughter of post-war children. Our parents experienced famine and poverty. Hunger was customary and frugality was not a lifestyle. This meant that we grew up with...
  • 10 March 2019
    Serve to chocolate: the chocolate fudge
    The Recipes
    A few years ago, I read Novak Djokovic's book "Serve to win". The number 1 in the tennis world, has grown in a Belgrade bent in two by the...
  • 24 February 2019
    Do you have a hole in your stomach?
    The Nutrition
    When I was resident in surgery, I often took part in quite long operations, even 7-8 hours or more, long. At about 12.30 / 1 p.m. I was beginning to...
  • 17 February 2019
    Impact of sleep deprivation on weight gain
    The Nutrition, The Sleep
    In French it is said "qui dors, dîne" - who sleeps, have dinner. It could be the typical cliché, but as often happens, it is in the popular wisdom...
  • 10 February 2019
    A delight of almond butter
    The Recipes
    Cashew, nut and almond butter ... these terms have become increasingly common and, thankfully, increasingly used as an alternative to the usual fatty substances such as butter and margarine.   The...
  • 3 February 2019
    The Sleep
    This is the summary I wrote at the end of November when I returned from Lille.     I'm on the train and I'm coming home from the SFRMS National Congress of...
  • 27 January 2019
    ACCIDENTALLY OBESE? Causes and classification - not judging...
    The Nutrition
    After some years of experience with obese patients, I have elaborated in a simplistic way, some dominant categories on the genesis of obesity in a person. There are in...
  • 20 January 2019
    Cashwes energy balls
    The Recipes
    Energy balls with cashews   It often happens that hunger welcomes us because there is a peckish or because we mistakenly skipped a meal. My advice is to always have something...
  • 7 December 2018
    FROLLINI PLANT-BASED (gluten-free)
    The Recipes
    The recipe for these biscuits was a real revelation for me. By definition, shortbread contains...
  • 22 November 2018
    The Nutrition
    As mentioned in my previous post, MIND-EATNESS: eating carefully, a basic need of the human...
  • 9 November 2018
    PUMPKIN MUFFIN plant-based
    The Recipes
    This recipe was born as often happens, by chance. In fact, autumn is my favorite...
  • 19 October 2018
    MIND-EATNESS: eat carefully
    The Nutrition
    In our contemporary society, it has become commonplace to be in front of a television,...