About

The creation of this nutrition blog is simply linked to a deep passion.

A passion for nutrition driven by the memory of a Ukrainian grandmother with superpowers in her magic kitchen and on her reaction sewing machine.

Also, this passion is linked to a personal story that led me to be followed for several years for the treatment of a cancerous pathology (leukaemia, LAL), in the paediatric onco-hematology department at the Hautepierre Hospital in Strasbourg (France) in 1988.

Banting House is a way to record on the web discoveries and news in the fields of health, well-being and nutrition in particular – whether through recipes, tips, designer culinary objects, etc.

This site is not intended to “play doctor or sorcerer’s apprentice”, even if “grandmothers’ remedies” can be found in some articles, all the content is simply a complement, a certain look, like an epigraph placed on this increasingly thick and dense web health.

This nutrition and health blog is not intended to replace your relationship with your doctor.

Banting House is only a vision, a look, and is not intended to replace your relationship with your attending physician, in any way.

All the information you will find on this site is linked to multiple sources (as far as possible), and for precise traceability the links or references are most often indicated.

Errors or typos can be found in some articles (sorry I’m a human), so feel free to report any comments to rectify or enrich these contents (thanking you for it, and I won’t bite). Go to the Contact page.

The objective of this nutrition blog is therefore to publish articles on the fields of nutrition and well-being with the most ethical perspective possible.

It is simply inspired by a vital need that everyone knows: to eat (both physically and spiritually).

According to many doctors and health professionals, it seems that it is through food and proper nutrition that health is optimal. But not only that.

In fact, it is with many small daily things carried out sometimes alone or in communities.

Self-care is also about taking care of others, and well-being, when shared, is even better.