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Wine: Retailer: Boursot’s Wine Collection, Ardres

Boursot’s Wine Collection
9 Rue de l’Arsenal, 62610 Ardres, France
Wine Consultants SARL RCS Saint-Omer 481 778 876 00013
Tel: +33 (0)3 21 36 81 46
Email: ardres@boursot.co.uk

Thet have recently open a wine place just off the A15 a few miles south of Calais.
This is suitable for people travelling to/from places further south.

Boursot’s Wine Collection Marquise
157 Avenue Ferber
62250 Marquise

Boursots sells some excellent good value wines. Download their wine list from their web site.

 

Please note the information provided is my own personal opinion. It is not a recommendation. Before trying any of the food and wine mentioned you should verify that it is appropriate for your needs. You should always eat and drink responsibly. In choosing to access this web site you are confirming that you are over 18 (or the applicable age restriction in your country) and understand your country regulations in force relating to internet information sites on alcoholic drinks

Wine: Retailer: Franglais Vins, Calais

Franglais Vins, Chemin Département, 62185 Fréthun, France

 

Please note the information provided is my own personal opinion. It is not a recommendation. Before trying any of the food and wine mentioned you should verify that it is appropriate for your needs. You should always eat and drink responsibly. In choosing to access this web site you are confirming that you are over 18 (or the applicable age restriction in your country) and understand your country regulations in force relating to internet information sites on alcoholic drinks

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5:2 intermittent fasting diet – The Pros and Cons

source: http://www.dietassist.co.uk/news/5-2-intermittent-fasting-diet-the-pros-and-cons/

Earlier this year, we posted about the 5:2 diet, and how our DietAssist programme can make intermittent fasting diets like the 5:2 much easier and longer lasting.

In the article, we also cautioned that whilst intermittent fasting has many reported health benefits, it is not safe for everyone, especially pregnant women and diabetics.

Well, the kind folks at Holland and Barrett have sent us a handy infographic which summaries the pros and cons of the 5:2 intermittent fasting diet. It’s got information collated from the UK National Health Service (NHS), US National Institute of Health (NIH), the BBC and various other sources.

It even has this quote from our article

Like other diets, it doesn’t address the underlying eating habits which caused weight gain initially. As a result, weight usually piles back on when a person stops fasting.

If you’re concerned about how long you can keep your 5:2 intermittent fast going, or are worried about putting the weight back on when you stop, then why check out DietAssist too?

Anyhow, here’s the infographic – which we hope you’ll find useful in deciding if an intermittent fasting diet such as 5:2 is right for you. …

http://www.dietassist.co.uk/news/5-2-intermittent-fasting-diet-the-pros-and-cons/


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2 Day Diet: Is That Really Enough?

The 2-Day Diet was created by Dr. Michelle Harvie, research dietitian at Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention, and Professor Tony Howell.

The authors worked together in research exploring the connection between breast cancer and obesity. They designed this diet to help women with breast cancer to lose weight and keep it off for good.

Diet for 2 Consecutive Days

The 2-Day Diet is simple: For two consecutive days each week you follow a calorie-controlled diet. The rest of the week you will eat a healthy Mediterranean diet.

Research undertaken by the authors showed that this new approach to dieting can really work. It has even been demonstrated to be effective for women with a history of yo-yo dieting, who have tried everything.

The 2 Day Phase

You don’t have to count calories or go hungry on the two dieting days. Just stick with the recommended foods and suggested portions. The plan includes lean protein, healthy fats, low-fat dairy and fresh fruit.

The diet is designed to be:

Low enough in calories to allow you to lose weight but not so low that you feel hungry.

Nutritionally balanced so that all your vitamin, mineral and protein requirements are met.

On the two diet days you also need to limit your carbohydrate intake to 50 grams a day. This is because research shows that carbs make you hungry. A low-carb diet also promotes fat-burning and suppresses your appetite. …

http://www.diet-blog.com/13/2-day-diet-is-that-really-enough.php


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