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Food and nutrition during self-quarantine During these unprecedented times, people, whether in quarantine or self-isolation, are more inclined to eat emotionally, compulsively to manage their stress and boredom. In times of uncertainty, it is normal to feel anxious, sad, stressed and scared. That’s normal in a way and we are not making a dig at […]

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Eating the right food before and after exercice can boost your results. Your body is like a car, but instead of using gas as fuel, it burns carbohydrates while training. To achieve great performance at the gym, and to rebuild your muscle after the workout, it is important to give to your body the right […]

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The Ketogenic Diet: Explained The ketogenic diet has blown up in the last few years, but how did something that was historically used to treat epilepsy suddenly become so popular with fitness enthusiasts and people who want to lose weight? What exactly is a ketogenic diet, what’s the science behind why it works? And is […]

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Fat is as essential as protein and carbohydrates in your diet to provide your body with energy. Fat contains more calories by weight than any other nutrient. What’s more, your body also relies on the fat for certain functions. For instance, fat-soluble vitamins require fat for absorption into your body and fat is needed for […]

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Is Salmon still healthy? Salmon has long been touted for its health benefits, but what many people don’t realize is that not all salmon is the same. These days, it’s important to be careful about what you eat, which means doing some research to find out about the origins of your food. For instance, was […]

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The quality of the food you eat lies in the quality of the ingredients used to make it. That’s why at Eatology we have made using top-notch ingredients one of our greatest concerns. Our meal programs aren’t only intended to help our clients reach their physical goals, but more importantly to improve their health. We […]

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The vegan diet trend is in full swing, and tons of people are jumping on the bandwagon. Most people cite ethical reasons as to why they’ve decided to eat a solely plant-based diet.  Eating less meat is better for the environment. Eating plants rather than feeding plants to animals, and then eating the animals themselves […]

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Kids are like the duracell bunny in the TV ad with endless energy running around day after day. It can be challenging for parents to handle their picky eaters at home, and to ensure their kids are getting all the nutrients they need to grow and recharge their invisible batteries. Especially calcium and vitamin D […]

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You may have heard that a person with diabetes should limit how much sugar they eat, but does eating too much sugar make you diabetic? The answer is no. As you may already know, there are two major types of diabetes: Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease, which […]