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The traditional Mediterranean diet is the heritage of millennia of exchange of people, cultures, and foodstuffs throughout the Mediterranean basin, with diverse food consumption and production patterns, in continuous evolution representing the particular historical and environmental mosaic that is the Mediterranean. This diet was the basis of food habits until the mid-twentieth century in all … Continue reading The healthy lifestyle of the Mediterranean diet: an example of sustainability for free divers
Off the shores of Korea and southern Japan, the ocean bottom is rich in shellfish and edible seaweeds. For at least 1,500 years these crops have been harvested by divers, mostly women, who support their families by daily foraging on the sea bottom. Using no special equipment other than goggles (or glass face masks), these … Continue reading Is freediving an activity that suits better females? A tribute to Ama
The marine coastal environment is threatened both locally and globally in different ways. Coastal habitats have been progressively degraded over the last few decades. Furthermore, an increase in the number of introduced species and climate-induced stressors are contributing to changes in biodiversity, emphasizing the need to foster the surveillance of coastal systems. Littoral fish communities … Continue reading Free-diving underwater photography a new sport to protect the environment
“Happiness is not a goal is a path. Life is not a process; it is a battlefield. When you see little steps success you start to believe in yourself. Time makes me figure out what freediving is, not for a label and is not to become perfect. And the best feeling is when you can … Continue reading Under water and into yourself: Freediving is not about numbers is about diving deeper into yourself
“Yoga gave me the ability to control my mind and my fears. Sometimes to improve you need to step back and change your whole approach. People’s minds are a mess. Once you are in the water, and you hold your breath and you dive down, 10, 20, 30 meters, is the place where you find … Continue reading Freediving gives you the same lesson that a yoga class, discover the spiritual part of life
Michel Le Van Quyen, a neuroscientist, has investigated the effects of silence. He analyses the different types of silence and their consequences on our body: “There is an external silence, which is the absence of noise, and an internal silence: those moments in which we manage to reduce the background noise of our thoughts, both … Continue reading Silence is essential to regenerate our brain
Sara Malou Strandvad and Tracy C. Davis published a few years ago a sociological research during their visit to Vertical Blue: In 2015, Performance Studies international’s Fluid States distributed global conference sponsored a concurrent event -Deep Anatomy – that brought a small number of artists and scholars to the site to observe, interact and interpret … Continue reading The counter-cultural social movements of lifestyle sports
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