Keep lean to prevent cancer!
Nov18

Keep lean to prevent cancer!

It is important to be lean, not only for how we look, but mostly to maintain a good health and prevent many chronic diseases, including cancer! Many specialists recommend a BMI  (body mass index) under 23 instead of 25 (excuding my bodybuilding friends!), and here is why… The more fat we have, the more inflamed our body is, which is the most common denominator to most chronic diseases, including cancer. Adipose tissue (or fat)...

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Half a grapefruit in the morning for a better day!
Nov03

Half a grapefruit in the morning for a better day!

Did you know that eating half a grapefruit every morning can make you healthier? Grapefruits, delicious and refreshing but more than that they are composed of 88% water and are low in calories. Half of one contains enough vitamin C to cover 75% of the recommended daily dose for an adult and 100% for children! It’s also rich in vitamins A, B, E, K,  minerals like potassium and calcium, and fibers. The more red it is the better,...

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What is Reiki?
Aug17

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a healing art, simple and powerful. The word Reiki means ”spiritually guided universal life energy”, it is an ancestral healing technique. Even if you are sceptical about anything that you cannot physically see, Reiki remains a really efficient healing discipline and I encourage you to read this brief introduction until the end so you can know more about this art that is part of me. Some people think Reiki...

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FOCUS! Make the most out of your training!
Jul01

FOCUS! Make the most out of your training!

Establishing your own workout routine with exercises you enjoy and sticking to it regularly is an excellent way to stay young and healthy, along with good overall lifestyle habits of course. That being said, we don’t necessarily want or have time to spend hours in the gym daily. A common issue that I see in people training is that we don’t maximize ou efforts. That explains why we can get frustrated and it takes so long to...

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Kilimanjaro: A physical and emotional achievement!
Jan21

Kilimanjaro: A physical and emotional achievement!

I made it to the top!! Of course, in my head, it wasn’t an option to not succeed, but the last part turned out to be much harder than I thought. It was a seven day journey, five days to ascend and two days going down. The first four days felt like a piece of cake, no altitude symptoms bothered me whatsoever and physically I was feeling so strong and energized by this whole adventure. As we rose to the summit we saw many...

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