Kinesiotherapy

What is kinesitherapy or kinesiotherapy? Kinesitherapy (kinesiotherapy or kinesiatria, or also kinesitherapy, kinesiotherapy, kinesiatria) is a noun that derives from the union of the two Greek words ” kinésis ” (movement) and ” therapeía ” (cure or remedy); literally means “method of healing through movement”. Kinesiotherapy is therefore therapy through movement ; on the other hand, there are various systems, methods and…

Chili – Chili Sauce and Chili with Meat

By chili we can mean both “Chili Sauce” and the well-known dish “Chili con Carne “. The term “chili” is Spanish and derives in turn from “chīlli”, which in the Nāhuatl (Aztec) language indicates chili pepper ; as you can easily imagine, the fruit of this native South American plant represents a characteristic ingredient of both preparations. Chili sauce…

Chianti Classico

What is Chianti Classico? Chianti Classico is an Italian red wine , originally from Castellina in Chianti, Radda in Chianti and Gaiole in Chianti; since 1984, it has enjoyed the DOCG (Controlled and Guaranteed Designation of Origin) brand, the highest recognition for quality Italian wines. Chianti Classico aged for at least two years (estimated from 1 January…

Chiacchiere: Recipe, Nutritional Properties and Use in Diet

What are What is small talk? Chiacchiere is a typical Italian carnival recipe that enjoys the recognition of Traditional Agri-Food Product (PAT). Considered by many to be exclusively Campanian, they are in reality so ancient as to make it impossible to establish a precise origin. Historical finds date back to the Roman Empire, which would…

Cherimoya

What is Cherimoya The cherimoya , also written chirimoya , is the fruit of a plant belonging to the genus Annona , species cherimola ; the binomial nomenclature of this vegetable is Annona cherimola . Other related species of the Annona genus are: squamosa , reticulate and muricata . The latter, known as graviola , is particularly known for the alleged (and never confirmed by clinical studies) anti-tumor properties of its fruits. The cherimoya is…

Cheddar

What is Cheddar Cheddar is a food that is included among dairy products. It is a typical Anglo-Saxon cheese , with a relatively compact consistency, with an intense, sometimes acidic flavour , and a dirty white or orange color (if coloring additives such as annatto or E160b are added). Cheddar originates from the English village of Cheddar, Somerset; however, many similar cheeses are also produced elsewhere and can be found…

Brain as Food

Things What is the brain ? The brain, understood as food, is a product of animal origin that falls into the group of offal and, more precisely, the fifth quarter. The most common on the market are: bovine brain and sheep brain ( lamb brain ) – often left inside the skull which is cooked in the oven; the name of the recipe is “lamb’s…

Slimming Patches – Slimming Patches

Introduction What are slimming patches ? Slimming patches should be a “theoretically” quick method to promote weight loss . It is now well established that a healthy diet, combined with a good training program , is the only truly effective solution for losing excess kilos. Nonetheless, many of us aspire to optimize the weight loss process to minimize this period of…

Grouper

Things What is grouper? Grouper is the name of a bony sea fish well known for the quality of its meat and frequently used for food purposes. Of the 1st fundamental group of foods – foods rich in proteins with high biological value , specific mineral salts and vitamins – grouper is a fishing product that cannot be considered white fish – such as sea bream, sea bream , tanuta etc. – nor blue fish – such as anchovies , sardines , shad , garfish , herring , mackerel , lanzardo , tombarello , bonito etc.…

Chervil: Nutrition, Diet, Health and Cooking

Things What is chervil? Chervil or French parsley (genus Anthriscus and species cerefolium ) – in English “French parsley” – is an aromatic vegetable whose fresh leaves are used as a spice or garnish in cooking, or as a remedy in folk medicine. Chervil has an annual life cycle and grows quite easily throughout the temperate boreal belt. At first glance…