Italian Frittata: A Simple and Delicious Dish

In Italian cuisine, a frittata is akin to what a tortilla is in Spanish cuisine. Essentially, it’s a dish made from beaten eggs, seasoned with salt, and sometimes with additional ingredients such as onions, vegetables like zucchini or spinach, and grated cheese, typically Grana Padano, Parmigiano Reggiano, or pecorino romano. While similar to a French

Understanding the Concerns Surrounding Arsenic in Food

Introduction In late January, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) concluded that there is significant concern regarding the health implications of arsenic in food after evaluating the risks associated with exposure to this contaminant through the diet. This assertion seemingly validates the fears of many individuals who, out of concern for arsenic, rinse rice before

The Rising Challenge of Infertility: Causes and Solutions

Introduction Infertility is becoming an increasingly prevalent issue globally, affecting approximately one in every six couples of reproductive age, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). In Spain, data from the Spanish Society of Fertility (SEF) suggests that infertility impacts 15-20% of couples. Defined as the inability of an individual to conceive naturally, infertility is

Walking: A Path to Physical and Mental Well-being

Spain boasts one of the longest working hours among advanced European countries. While telecommuting has allowed certain sectors to improve their work-life balance, it remains challenging to enjoy quality leisure time once the workday ends. Tasks like grocery shopping, taking children to swimming lessons, or picking up dry cleaning are also forms of work—the work