Lent: that sweet temptation
Many intend to do it, but only few actually see it through: giving up something for lent. Sugar is pretty high on the list of things people choose to give up. A glance at history reveals why we love the sweet stuff – and is sure to surprise, as there was a time when even fish was sugared.read more
How does fruit get into yoghurt?
Many people think that strawberries, apple slices or pineapple chunks are simply mixed into yoghurt. That’s not what happens, of course, but how is it actually done? What makes a good fruit yoghurt?read more
Everything you need to know about fondue
It’s a simple dish, a melt-in-the-mouth delight for young and old, but why is fondue so popular? Why should you drink tea with it and not wine? And how can you save a failed fondue?read more
Interesting facts about milk
People have been consuming cow’s milk for millennia. Why did we start drinking milk? What about milk from other animals? The story of milk in a nut shell.read more
Super fit through the summer
If you're still carrying that little bit of extra winter weight, it’s high time to take action.read more
How white is milk?
That pure, white-as-snow colour of milk is nothing but an optical illusion.read more
Vitamin K is a lot more important than we think
The sometimes forgotten vitamin not only controls blood coagulation, but also activates new bone formation.read more
Vitamin D – the “sunshine” vitamin ...
... plays an important role in strengthening our bones and muscles. Vitamin D is the only vitamin our bodies can produce themselves. To do so, our skin needs direct exposure to the sun’s UVB rays.read more