The year ends in a few hours (depending where you are, it may already be over) and it's time for balance sheets and wishes for 2018. As far as I'm concerned, the year 2017 went very well and I was happy to see my blog and my social platforms grow more and more! I will … Lire la suite The 3 best articles of PCU Quebec in 2017
I was recently asked to talk about my childhood, the challenges I had with phenylketonuria and the way my family helped me. This is a rather broad subject and probably that they would be better placed than me to talk about it, but I will try to organize my ideas as best as I can. … Lire la suite Is it easy to grow up with phenylketonuria?
The question I have been asked the most often about phenylketonuria is probably in relation to the effects I feel when I do not follow my diet. So I will talk about it here by telling you a very personal story. Several years ago, I started doing some research on social media (which were then … Lire la suite Lifting the Fog
Having Phenylketonuria also means facing a daily challenge - demonstrating culinary originality and continually reinventing one's diet. Indeed, I happen to fall into a certain routine where my meals begin to resemble one day to the other, which can become wearisome. However, there are resources to put a little life in our lunch boxes. I … Lire la suite 5 reasons to participate in « Recettes faibles en protéines » workshops
It's 5:10 pm. I walk down the corridors of a subway in downtown Montreal after a long day of work, ready to go home to prepare a low-protein supper. But this corridor in question is a strategic artery for storekeepers. Indeed, they know very well that, like me, all professionals working downtown will have to … Lire la suite Temptation
It's hot outside. Time slows down. My muscles, used at full capacity (or almost), begin to be sore. With a quick gesture, I increase the volume of my headphones by a few levels. It is well recognized that music has a positive impact on physical training! I finally stop after 4 kilometers of racing, satisfied … Lire la suite Run. Drink. Relax. Repeat.
In Quebec, July 1st of course marks Canada Day, but also a special day. Quebeckers will joke that it's also "moving day". Indeed, it is the time of year when it seems that all Quebeckers have given themselves the word to move at the same time. Sometimes we have to make a large move, for … Lire la suite The problem with moving