I am happy and sad to say that I moved to wordpress!
Yes, I have my own domain now!
I decided to use wordpress because of its professionalism. It also allows me to neatly organize my posts and make it more presentable. If you clicked on the link, then you will clearly see what I mean.
I won’t be updating on here anymore so if you miss me, then you are free to visit the website. The cool thing about wordpress is taht people who don’t have an account can STILL subscribe/follow me! All new posts will be notified via email! I guess that can be a good or bad thing…haha
Thanks for the amazing 2 years! It is time to move onto bigger and better things! There are only a few selected repeated posts on the wordpress, but I’m excited for doing new things on it!
Good bye and thank you for the amazing 2 years :D Come visit me!
It is easy for a nutrition person like me to say that those food with saturated fat is BAD for you. People often see posters of GOOD food and BAD food. It is easy to find yourself conforming to these categories.
The truth is though, in high amounts, any food can be BAD for you. You can get toxicity from vitamins or minerals and those are the things that are prized so highly.
If we stream away from consuming too much of food like ice cream or coke or hamburgers, then they arent necessarily BAD for you. Ice cream is giving you calcium. Even coke is providing at least calories. Food is giving you nutrients that your body needs. Just because a food is claimed as a bad food, doesnt mean you should cross it off your list and never ever eat it again. It only means to eat it in MODERATION.
Thats the secret, thats the key — eat in moderation. I love ice cream. I only eat that once a week or even sometimes once a month. Learn to self-control your diet. No food is a bad food, but it is if you make it as one.
This is my view as a nutrition person.
I like to see that fruits and vegetables are given side options at various food places, and the one place that I’m happy to see it at is DISNEYLAND.
Not only does Disneyland provide fruit stands around the park, but it also offers it with your meal. Instead of choosing fries, I chose fruits. They give you enough. I’m happy that Disneyland, being such a huge company, is doing its part in preventing nutrition-related health problems.
All it takes is one ripple.