It’s a rainy Sunday afternoon so I decided to make a healthy warm drink. I boiled a pot of water, smash from lemongrass stalks with a pestle and cut some ginger torch (bunga kantan). Once the water has boiled and the herbs are getting discolored, I start adding in some slight sugar. Put into an enamel cup and drink when ready.
This drink is great with stuff noses. It should clear up within minutes of taking this drink.
One of the things that I’ve learnt was how my healthy well-being was determined by whether the food had fungi in it or not.
I was pointed to this website known as
“Know the Cause” by Doug Kaufmann. It was and is an eye-opener to me. I never knew that all the problems that I faced (e.g. Dandruff, dry skins, mouth ulcers) were contributed by fungal growth in my gut.
Now, after watching how much bread, mushrooms and noodles I take, those pesky health went away. However, it does come back when I’m not watching what I eat.
It’s not a popular practice but it does work. Everyday is a challenging day to practice this but there is no denying that it does work.
I’m working my way to fixing my gut but at the same time, finding the balance in enjoying life without causing too much harm to my body.
Work in progress? Yes. Major renovations of the mind in terms of food concept. Major repairs to the body as reconstruction is happening.
It’s a day at a time.
Woke up early at 5 am and made it to the Waterfront at 6:15 am. And ended up queing for an hour for registration and to get the free T-shirt. Never did expect so many people to wake up early for a free T-shirt! Luckily, I managed to get one, even if it was a size S. (Kudos to the YB who said that Nestle promised to have ready 3,000 T-shirts for next year’s event!).
Friends : Good thing you got a Size S! It’s now a good motivation for you to keep on exercising!
Continue reading Done the Nestle World Walking Day Walk at Waterfront, Kuching!
I nearly forgot to mention this. On Sunday 21 Nov 2010, Nestle is organizing a World Walking Day activity at the Kuching Waterfront 6am – 11:30 am. Registration is free for the public and will be carried out in front of the clock tower of the Old Courthouse. Click on the image to get to the program flyer or just click here.
So, see you guys there ! Ikut kamek jalan Rami-Rami!!
Once I had completed my ebooklet “Loosing the Baggage”, it was time to really get cracking on how to promote the sale of the ebooklet.
And that’s when I realized that I had forgotten that I had set out a goal to be slimmed by 9 Oct 2010!
Well, needless to say, I didn’t achieve it at all. However, I did learn a few things about myself as I gave feedback to myself :
Continue reading Looking at my 9 Oct 2010 goals
Finally, my eBooklet is up and for the price of USD10, you will also receive a free workbook.
Click on this link : http://www.loosingthebaggage.com
The title of the eBooklet is “Loosing the Baggage” and contains Tips & Tricks on how I had lost over 20kg in the past 18 months as well as reduce my blood pressure AND healed from a slipped disc injury*. Sounds too good to be true? Well, it can also work for you.
The eBooklet is short and simple as well as easy to understand. And do give me your feedback on it. 🙂
*For the slipped disc injury, I still sort professional help and I would recommend that you still seek medical advice if you had similar conditions.