Art is always a great way for kids to express themselves. Painting, ceramics, sculptures, drawing or any form of art develops a child’s imagination.
During that time of the year when everyone is frantically running around for last-minute back-to-school stuff, finding everything you need under one roof can be quite helpful!
Back-to-school shopping quick list – notebooks, pencils, eraser, lunch box, water bottles, school bag, shoe bags…yes, it’s never-ending. But no sweat! We can suggest 2 stores where you can find everything under one roof!!
If you really look, there are zillion tips online to maintain a healthy diet. But not all can be easily kept up over time. Dr Margit Slimakova, nutrition and health prevention specialist, spoke to us about 4 simple steps we could take to make a start!
Are carbs healthy? How many calories should a person eat daily? What should we eat? And what should we not consume? Victoria Papeskov spoke to Dr Margit Slimakova, specialist in prevention and nutrition to list down the most common misconceptions about food.
Maintaining health and nutrition while living or traveling abroad can be a real challenge. Even in Czechia it may be difficult to find good quality food and ingredients. So, we spoke to Dr Margit Slimakova about establishing healthy life habits in a family and what’s important to stay healthy.
Based on the article ‘What oils and fats are best for cooking and frying?’ by Dr Margit Slimakova, here we take a look at the types of oils and fats we should avoid. Can processed oil and fats be used for cooking? Are they healthy? How do we use them? When it comes to cooking, processed fats are best avoided. That makes trans fats, oil and high- grade oil a strong NO!
Do you know which fats and oils are best for your family? The answer is simple- fats and oils that have not been heated or treated. We’ve picked out a few interesting facts about oils from an article by nutritionist Dr Margit Slimakova.
If you are currently pregnant or have just given birth, “A Centrum” is the perfect place to learn something new, exchange experience and relax.
Who said only adults can practice yoga? It is for everyone!