my mother told me to eat more, otherwise, not only i would not have the chance to continue my studies, also she would force me to the hospital…
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i bought a bacon caramelized onion crossiant from the peninsula hotel gaddi’s for my dinner today, wonderful to have it for dinner~!
Place all the ingredients in your handy dandy blender, and then blend it baby! Blend!
Feel free to experiment with this recipe. For example: Try putting in a whole orange instead of apple! The possibilities are endless. For me,part of the joy I get in drinking green smoothies comes from experimenting with different ingredients!
Happy wednesday friends~!
it’s what i’ve ate wednesday again, and here is my wonderful eats today~!
after an hour walk and some recovering yoga from esther in the net,
i had a best breakfast in the world:
strawberries raisin sunflower seeds oatmeal X 2~!!!
from katie’s method of voluminous oatmeal trick~!
then gala and a sleep followed by my preparation for mathematics examination.
i am slightly obsessed with gala nowadays,
as they really give me refreshing feeling in this super hot summer~!
lunch with organic carrot onion tomato salsa on vegetables and chickpeas with cinnamon,
i chat with brother for an hour about biology questions mentioned in my previous examination paper and it was nice~!
then mathematics again and a THREE hours sleep!!!
when i woke up, i bumped downstairs to walk with mom for an hour again and i sweated so greatly!!! it made me feel sooooooooooo good~!
muah! love you all~!
i really think that i am more and more in love with workouts and yoga,
new love to slight run too~!
it is so simple, be active and my back pain leaves me!!!
after the morning chestnut this morning,
the twelve extra large fresh strawberries from parknshop,
and then quickly followed by the fage greek yogurt sprinkled with cinnamon,
i slept for about three hours because the biology examination was too tiring for me.
when i woke up,
i immediately went downstairs and walk for an hour,
i sweat and it was refreshing~!
i felt my back pain gone after the stretching and now i really love exercising~!
so happy that i used more time to prepare my wonderful dinner,
including chickpeas, chinese dried mushrooms,
gourds cooked with pork bone soup, onion fried celery and chinese mok yee, and olive oil fried choy sum. wonderful and delicious~!
- Fresh, leafy greens in great quantity. These should be included in every meal.
- Vegetables that grow beneath the ground should be used sparingly, with the exception of carrots.
- All fruits and vegetables should be taken fresh whenever possible. Use tomatoes and over-ripe bananas sparingly.
- Avoid canned or preserved foods.
- The yoga diet includes a regular variety of nuts. These, however, should be boiled or steamed, and not roasted.
- Legumes, which is another name for beans, peas and lentils, are all good sources of fibre, protein, iron, calcium, zinc and B vitamins.
- Soymilk and soya products are an excellent source of B vitamins and calcium and should be included in the daily yoga diet.
- Make plentiful use of pumpkins, cucumbers, gourds.
- Whole grains.
- Drink a lot of (pure) water daily. Water (not cold!) may be taken with meals, but in small quantities and should not be used to “wash down” the food.
Carton Pack: 6’s
Ingredients: Sunflower Seeds, Sunflower Oil, Sea Salt
Origin: Made in New Zealand from imported ingredients
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Description : Ceres Organics Sunflower Butter uses certified organic sunflower seeds that have been lightly roasted and then stoneground. It has a distinctive rich flavour and is delicious as a spread and also as an ingredient in baking and sauces. (Note: Contains no additives, preservatives, colours or emulsifiers. Oil separation will occur naturally – simply stir with knife or fork to blend.)
It was wonderful for me~!
Salmon is a popular food. Classified as an “oily fish”, salmon is considered to be healthy due to the fish’s high protein, high omega-3 fatty acids, and highvitamin D content. Salmon is also a source of cholesterol, with a range of 23–214 mg/100 g depending on the species. According to reports in the journal Science, however, farmed salmon may contain high levels of dioxins. PCB (polychlorinated biphenyl) levels may be up to eight times higher in farmed salmon than in wild salmon. Omega-3 content may also be lower than in wild-caught specimens, and in a different proportion to what is found naturally. Omega-3 comes in three types, ALA, DHA and EPA; wild salmon has traditionally been an important source of DHA and EPA, which are important for brain function and structure, among other things. This means if the farmed salmon is fed on a meal which is partially grain, then the amount of omega-3 it contains will be present as ALA (alpha-linolenic acid). The body can itself convert ALA omega-3 into DHA and EPA, but at a very inefficient rate (2–15%). Nonetheless, according to a 2006 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, the benefits of eating even farmed salmon still outweigh any risks imposed by contaminants. The type of omega-3 present may not be a factor for other important health functions.