Milk is good for you. No surprise there! We need milk to get calcium… I’m sure we’ve heard that many times. But many of us have stopped drinking good ol’ glass of fresh milk apart from maybe a dash of milk in our morning coffee or tea, or perhaps from […]
Mythbusters: Egg-citing news
I have some egg-citing news for you all. Today’s myth buster will be on EGGS! I’m sure you’ve heard one too many times that you shouldn’t eat too many eggs, especially since egg yolks are high in cholesterol. There was even a nutritionist who told me not to eat more […]
Project Acai: It’s pronounced ah-sigh-ee
WordPress has failed me 🙁 I typed out a nice lengthy post on this on Friday, and it disappeared T.T Anyway, here’s a redone post, so hope you enjoy! Have you heard of the Acai Berry? It’s pronounced ah-sigh-ee not ah-kai-ee, like most of us would pronounce. Project Acai is […]
Chinese New Year: It’s not about the calories.
I’m not someone who gets angry very often. But lately, I’ve been rather annoyed by all the posts about calories and dieting during Chinese New Year. Since when did Chinese New Year become about the calories? In fact, not just Chinese New Year… Nearly every celebratory occasion that revolves around […]
Mythbusters: No food after 7pm?
I was having quite a lot of fun doing the Eating Healthy in College series so I thought I would do another series for Made Real! There are so many dieting rules out there, many of which contradict each other, leaving readers confused as to who to listen to. One […]
Eating Healthy In College: Eating in Moderation
For my last post in the Eating Healthy in College series, I would like to end off with a post on moderation. If you couldn’t already tell from my posts, I’m a strong advocate of a balanced healthy lifestyle. Eat like you did as a child would be a good guiding […]