Come and learn more about the effect of some these food dyes on the brain.
Snacks during school time are a concern for all parents. Some snacks are provided by the schools, but in most cases parents are the ones who put in their son/daughter’s backpack what they will eat during the day.
See our suggestions for the best snacks. Accustom your child to eating at home the food you want them to eat at school.
Whole bread, fruits, nuts and seeds, vegetable drinks, yogurts are foods that allow nutritious, natural and different snacks every day.
Diseases such as Parkinson's, several dementias, or diseases like ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) and autism have been increasingly associated with different pesticides.
Black rice has more fiber, proteins, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals than white rice, and it is a way of making a different dish.
Anthocyanin is the pigment that gives it the dark color. Along with tofu which is a vegetable protein source and along with some vegetables like asparagus, this dish represents a nutritious and satiating lunch or dinner.
Use vegetable soup as appetizer and then enjoy the black but tasty and nutritious dish.
The meal made before a school test is one of the factors which most influence the concentration, calm and motivation to respond. So, see the examples of meals we recommend to you or to your son/daughter/grandchildren/nephews/friends.
The intention is to eat something that promotes an active and serene brain during the test as well as a calm stomach.
Science has proven the physical benefits, allowing the practice of meditation to be implemented in schools.
A few minutes of meditation can develop in students and teachers a sense of calm and peace of mind that benefits your physical and emotional health.
Come and see the benefits!
It is important to make a shopping list when going to the supermarket to avoid bringing unnecessary products and to not forget anything that is really important.
Upgrade your grocery list with foods that help with school performance: eggs, fish, nuts, almonds, dark chocolate, strawberries, blueberries, broccoli, tomato, oats ... See our suggestions!
Bio-identical hormones are produced from phytoestrogen of wild yam and handled on a pharmaceutical laboratory in order to become identical to human hormones.
Oestrogen and progesterone are specially used.
The bio-identical hormones prescription is personalised, done according to hormonal unbalance identified in laboratory results of each woman.
Despite not being completely risk-free, they are safe, well accepted by the organism and can provide a better balance and well-being than synthesis hormones can.