For many of us, the concept and topic of food intolerances, food allergies, and diets does not sound unfamiliar, and it is no surprise when a friend of ours or a family member announces before our next catch-up that he or she is no longer eating meat, milk, eggs, gluten or any other ingredient for one reason or another. In such situations it’s obvious that the question of where to eat comes up, and which restaurant suits many different diets as well as providing a wide selection of choices.
When it comes to a healthy lifestyle, in addition to proper nutrition, the topic of sports will sooner or later also come up. Although exercise is a key to achieving well-being and an active lifestyle, the basis is the quality of the diet! The muscles that build up as a result of sports, post-exercise regeneration and training all require energy from our body, so the task is to bring in the necessary nutrients and replenish the energy we use, whether it is for a good rest or a nice meal.