Dr Qiu, who reports his findings on the American Journal of Hypertension website, said adding 5g of fibre to your diet is the equivalent of eating two slices of wholegrain bread.Food historians tell us the history of soup is probably as old as the history of cooking.So, when they do date, it's not like 'I'm trying to find my husband for life' or 'I'm trying to find my soul mate.' That pressure's not bearing down on them as much as it bears down on us American women.Here, there's a lot of emphasis on landmark ages, like at 20 you should do this, and at 30 you should do this (because your biological clock is ticking), etc.
It's much better to cultivate a sense of who you are, and a sense of strength and freedom.""The French have a long history of this—they don't believe in happily ever after and all that nonsense.
Soup (and stews, pottages, porridges, gruels, etc.) evolved according to local ingredients and tastes.
New England chowder, Spanish gazpacho, Russian borscht, Italian minestrone, French onion, Chinese won ton and Campbell's tomato..all variations on the same theme.
It's just that in France, they still consider that men and women are different and have different needs and desires.""I noticed this when I came back from France (to live in the States). They prefer men to be in the picture, not out of it.
I would hang out with young moms, and there would be a lot of commiserating about men.
Eating only two slices of brown bread a day could help pregnant women stave off pre-eclampsia.