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pannacotta
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By Hubert Cormier, Nutritionist Panna cotta is a traditional cream-based dessert. The name is of Italian origin and means “cooked cream.” You can make this dessert lighter by including other dairy products, such as milk and Greek yogurt. As a result, you add precious protein to this delicious dessert. Since the first step involves softening the gelatin in a base of dairy products with a little sugar, it is very easy to flavour it and create a completely different dessert each time. I love chai spices, which are rich and fragrant, so I added some to flavour the panna cotta’s base. This dessert is served with a dash of honey, crushed pistachios and slices of fresh or poached pear.

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Oikos_Cherry
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Add a touch of the Greek classic Crimson Cherry Treat by pouring it on top of your Oikos yogurt. This delicious recipe is the very same as from the Oikos TV spot, and will turn out like it was served to you fresh from Greece! Add a little colour and sweetness to your day, and let yourself be transported into that rich Mediterranean sensory landscape and tradition.

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Fitness dance class
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Winter blues getting you down? Then it’s time to get active! Exercise is a great way to lift your spirits, so we’ve come up with a few ways to stay active during the dark winter months. Dance, dance and more dance It’s the perfect marriage of pleasure and sports, ranging from traditional dances like tango, salsa, merengue, rock ‘n’ roll and line dancing to dances that you may not have heard of but will definitely want to try! Zumba is an invigorating exercise routine from Colombia, inspired by several Latin dances (salsa, merengue, cumbia, reggaeton…) and aerobics. Electro dance fans should try out popping, a technique based on contracting and relaxing muscles in time with the beat. Couples who want to stay active together can try forró, a Brazilian dance. For everyone else, there’s Bollywood, Afro-Brazilian and Cabaret Broadway. New sports One sport that has been generating quite a lot of buzz recently is CrossFit. It’s not exactly a sport, but more of a physical conditioning program that draws on several disciplines, including weightlifting, gymnastics and track and field. Group sessions last one hour, and consist of a series of exercises with no down time in between. It’s high-intensity, but(…)

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cooking with kids
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Teaching kids to cook certainly requires a good dose of motivation, free time and patience. But the time and effort are not lost, because cooking with your kids has many advantages including sharing family traditions, discovering new foods, spending quality time together and developing creativity and organization skills, among other things. The benefits Start or continue teaching your kids about healthy eating. When cooking, you can explain to them why it is important for their health to eat lots of colourful fruits and vegetables that provide their bodies with fibre and vitamins, or milk products that are essential for proper development and healthy bones and teeth. Encourage picky eaters to try new foods and dishes. They are more likely to eat something if they prepared it themselves. Awaken and stimulate your kids’ senses of taste, smell and touch when preparing and tasting dishes. Incorporate blind taste and touch tests as a game. Your kids will ask for more! How to get them involved The first step is to choose a recipe that corresponds with your kids’ tastes and ages. Then pull out all the ingredients and measure them in advance if your kids are just starting out, so that all(…)

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