Oct

18

Category: Beauty | Date : October 18, 2014

What if you could read to feel better ? This is the premise of the library dé therapy, n dé ologisme meaning literally dé ally & laquo ; th dé therapy by Book & raquo;.

Tr & egrave, s fashionable in Britain, this practice starts & agrave ; int dé resser the Fran & ccedil ; ais & agrave ; dose hom dé opathique !

When Dr. Pierre- Andr é ; Bonnet puts his diagnosis, Nad & egrave ; ge understands that she does not just cross a small dé premium spring.

I ended up cracking & raquo; tells the resident Ved & egrave ; not.

If the first r dé flexe of m dé & agrave doctor is ; to prescribe anti-D dé presser, his second option is much more rock’n'roll.

& laquo ; As my dé tat am not dé liorait not, he asked me dé if I liked to read.

I left with an ordinance that contained three books, Do not crack smiles at work this thirty before telling that reading has certainly not gu dé series, but he has shown dé it does dé was not alone & agrave ; through this kind of dé evidence.

& laquo ; I r dé alis dé gr & acirc ; & agrave this ; these books if I did not go with me, I do not remonterais slope & raquo; she says.

& Agrave ; Like Nad & egrave, ge, as Francine & agrave ; it dé t é ; Encouraged dé e by Dr. Bonnet & agrave ; read psychology of fear to tame his phobia of snakes.

Far from & ecirc, be a sorcerer’s apprentice who would take his patients to guinea pigs, this g é n é ; realistic practice uses an old -world : the library dé therapy.

& laquo ; Being a n dé ologisme, everyone puts what he wants Derri & egrave ; re.

I consider & egrave ; father for my hand it’s reading a book motivated dé by am dé improvement of his property & ecirc, mental & raquo be ; illustrates this m dé physician author of th & egrave, is titled dé e & laquo ; The library dé therapy in m dé medicine g é n é ; eral & raquo;.

Unlike & agrave ; England, country singer bookstores sp dé cialis dé es and orders litt dé rary, France int dé ress still little to & laquo ; books m dé dicament & raquo;.

& laquo ; Of dé studies have shown dé that the effects of the library dé therapy dé were comparable & agrave ; those of psychoth dé conventional therapy in conditions such as the dé pressure or anxiety disorders & raquo ;, he informs A condition that the dé pressure is not too s dé v & egrave, re like pr dé cise Nad & egrave ; ge : & laquo ; If I had read the book d & egrave, s the first symptoms & OCIRC, my, I probably would not need to see a shrink but at the stage o & ugrave ; I dé silent, books have r é v dé the dé s enough to get out of single & raquo; pr dé cise Nad & egrave ; ge.

& laquo ; & Agrave ; condition can & ecirc, be also to have dé j & agrave ; strong psychological bases & raquo suggests ;, & egrave ; Dr. Francine dé j & agrave ; pass dé by e psychoth box dé therapy when she dé was younger.

Oct

18

Category: Science | Date : October 18, 2014

& quot; Today 7 billion..

9000000000 & agrave ; 2050.

Everyone will be able to eat and find pleasure. & Quot ; With these words tr & egrave, s positive Trentesaux Nicolas, director of SIAL Group began the dé dito his press kit, & agrave ; the eve of the opening of the International Exhibition of Food.

The event, f & ecirc, you 50 years, will r dé join over 6000 businesses.

And th & egrave, me & quot; Happiness on a plate & quot; There will dé blink dé in all its forms.

& Agrave ; On this occasion, the TNS Sofres looks at a half -si & egrave ; cle of dé evolution of expectations and needs of consumers fran & ccedil ; ais in the matter & egrave, re supply.

In centr request dé e the & quot; Eat more & quot; Sch dé es 1960, is pass é ; the & quot; Eat less & quot; in ann dé es 1970 with hunting pounds, then the & quot; Eat faster and the dé ger & quot; Sch dé es 1980.

In ann dé es 1990 the focus is on the & quot; Eat right & quot ;, which expresses the search for food dé balanced é e and healthy, with a growing awareness of the importance of food on health dé.

We privileged dé gie food b é n é ; fic for health é ;, and simple products, tradition and terroir.

Today, the expectations of consumers r dé boil down to & quot; Eat Well & quot;.

This covers the more complex notion that & ecirc, you pleasure, the importance of sharing and conviviality é ;, seeking naturalit é é ;, of simplicity ; and healthy products and good for his health ;, the sensitivity é dé Environmental while combining well & ecirc, be functional and dé emotional and sustainable products.

For the second time, the offers Sial think é look; on food innovation to face v dé ritables consumer expectations diff dé rent countries.

Not surprisingly, the mod & egrave, the French & ccedil ; ais always takes his meals with structured dé s and little snacks.

We tr & egrave ; attach s dé s pleasure, & agrave ; conviviality é ;, & agrave ; healthy food, dé balanced é e and varied dé e, but the level of confidence in the quality dé Food has lost 8 points between 2012 and 2014.

Finally, Fran & 6 ccedil ; ais 10 like dé cover new products.

In Germany, m & ecirc ; me if food means pleasure and conviviality é ;, the dé lunch or the d & icirc ; dinner are not always respect dé s, according to the authors of the dé study that dé tablissent a link to a rates of overweight and ob dé sit dé among the dé lev dé s.

Besides, pr & egrave, s two-thirds of Germans considered & egrave ; rent they eat too much and a quarter that their eating habits are not good for their health dé.

The Spaniards, however, take r dé guli & egrave ; larly meals, but they also eat often during the journ dé e.

It is in this European country as the confidence score & agrave ; the dé gard to the quality dé Food is the most dé lev dé and the effects b é n é ; fic for health dé healthy nutrition are often dé evoked dé s.

As for the British, their perception of food is shared dé e h between dé donisme and n dé cessit dé and, despite dé a high rate of overweight and ob dé dé sit ;, they watch little they eat or the amount dé s consumed dé es.