healthy eating

THE HEART of the matter: Purchasing artichokes at Jerusalem’s Mahaneh Yehuda market
Artichoke season in Israel

Globe artichokes are native to our Mediterranean region, among the oldest known cultivated vegetables in the world.

By MICHELLE GORDON
23/01/2020
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Has The Mediterranean Diet Gone Keto-Crazy?

Both the Mediterranean diet and the Keto diet offer effective ways for you to lose weight without counting calories. But what happens if you combine both together?

16/10/2019
The care and sense of security that goes into providing someone with a healthy meal is what drives S
Food is not simply sustenance

I wanted people to feel the emotional bond that food can convey, the delight in the tastes of their childhood...

By SONI WINER
14/08/2019
A player is pictured during his "Futbol de Peso" (Soccer of Weight ) league soccer match
Obesity a Continuing Challenge in Middle East

Prevalence of junk food, convenient life styles and – yes – weather pegged as cause of problem

By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY/THE MEDIA LINE
18/07/2019
PASCALE'S KITCHEN: Easy vegetable dishes

So, if you had a sous-chef that would prep all the vegetables ahead of time for you, would you still not prepare easy, tasty vegetable dishes?

Eating disorders a growing problem in Middle East

Issue has long been overlooked in the region due to lack of awareness and accurate data, researchers say

By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
08/05/2019
REVITAL ADMONI: ‘I believe that only through the senses can I teach children.’
Changing the world, one meal at a time

Admoni is clear in saying that healthy cooking and eating can be fun and delicious. “I don’t want to teach children that health cooking is always salad or rice or quinoa. No, no, no,” she said.

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KIND Enters A New Snacking Category With Nut Butter Filled Snack Bars

Consistent with the company’s traditions, the new KIND® bars are made with wholesome ingredients and achieve a balance between health and taste.

07/03/2019
Study focuses on who’s eating healthy food in Israel

A 2017 study focusing on health and lifestyle shows that 35% of Israeli residents refrain from drinking sweetened beverages.

By LIOR REGEV
19/01/2019
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