Sustainable Gastronomy Day - 18 June
What is sustainable gastronomy?
Sustainable gastronomy means cooking that takes into account the origin of the ingredients, how the food is grown and how it reaches our markets and possibly our dishes.
The United Nations General Assembly formalizes the creation of this event on December 21, 2016, to celebrate an environmentally friendly style of cooking, which fights the waste of resources and that it can be continued in the future without prejudice to the ecosystem as well as to human health. In the meaning given to it by the UN, the term gastronomy defines the art of cooking food, with attention to the peculiar styles of the various regions of the world and to local cuisine; Sustainable gastronomy, therefore, means cooking that takes into account the origin of the ingredients, how the food is grown and how it reaches our markets and subsequently our dishes.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO and the Food and Agriculture Organization FAO and the United Nations General Assembly work to facilitate compliance with Sustainable Gastronomy Day, in collaboration with Member States, United Nations organizations and other international and regional bodies, as well as with civil society, to celebrate the Day and raise awareness of the necessary contribution to sustainable development.
More information on sustainable gastronomy day can be found on the United Nations website.
Nutrition and Immune System
If the immune system is compromised there can be several negative consequences: if it is hyperactive, serious inflammatory states or even autoimmune diseases can occur; on the contrary, if it is under-active, the risk of infections increases significantly. Therefore, hyper or hypo active are not optimal conditions.
There are simple rules to follow: sleep well and enough; learn to manage stress; exercise at least thirty minutes a day; avoid smoking; limit alcoholic beverages and fill up on vitamin D. But it is above all at the table that we can effectively pass the attack: with "friendly" foods for the immune system, ailments and discomfort will stay away.
There are foods that can worsen the symptoms of flu, which should therefore be avoided during colds, coughs and seasonal malaise.
The quality of the sleep that can be increased by sleeping naked. These are the symptoms of a weakened immune system.
A feverish state may appear when the immune system is weakened. Here is what normal body temperature is for adults and children.
Being happy can also improve the immune system.
Here is a synthetic list that improves the immune system.
We always recommend first to undertake any diet to consult your doctor.
We remind you that a balanced immune system helps to keep away bacteria, viruses and helps allergy sufferers.
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