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Peaceful mind and body

Relaxation is the process of releasing tension and returning the balance of both the mind and body. Relaxation techniques are important in managing stress. Since stress is known to contribute to the development of many diseases, one needs an antidote to battle stress.
Relaxation is the process of releasing tension and returning the balance of both the mind and body. Relaxation techniques are important in managing stress. Since stress is known to contribute to the development of many diseases, one needs an antidote to battle stress.

Ingezones letter

As the mother of two young children, I am concerned about the way in which schools can be treated today. A treat is no longer limited to something that is eaten during school hours. No, at school one candy can be chosen from the bag, and the rest goes home with me. I think this is a worrying development, especially since children nowadays exercise less than before and more and more children develop obesity. Over the years, we have lost our awareness of 'normal portion sizes'. Reason enough for me to write the letter below. Dear co-parent of a primary school child in one of the lowest groups, My son is in group 2 of an unnamed primary school in Groningen. It strikes me that he gets treats home almost every week. Often these are cups or bags with sweets in them. From the amount of sweets he gets home from school, he can eat for a week; we hardly ever have to buy sweets ourselves, because it just doesn't come up! I often think: "Where is the time when treating is something you do at school? Treatment is something you do in the classroom, and then eat it together". Children don't have to 'compete with each other', often we as parents think that it has to be 'bigger and more' than the treat of another child. Children are less sensitive to this. A nicely decorated treat for the class and/or a present to [...]

By |September 7th, 2019|Categories: school child|0 Comments

Informative doc on protein sources as a meat substitute

An increasing number of people want to eat less, no or different meat. New sources of protein are becoming relevant for the replacement of meat. That is why it is important to investigate new protein sources that can replace meat in a sustainable way. This fact sheet of the Nutrition Centre explores the sustainability, nutritional value and safety of the following new protein sources: legumes, fungi (mushrooms and quorn), algae, algae, insects and cultivated meat. Legumes and products based on legumes are the most obvious healthy and sustainable substitutes for meat. Seaweeds and algae have the potential to be good substitutes, provided they do not contain too much iodine and heavy metals. Most edible insects and cultivated meat are also suitable.

By |September 7th, 2019|Categories: protein sources|0 Comments

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