Protected: [FFMH] Lesson 2: The 4 Types of Exercise That Boost Your Wellbeing

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Crustless Green & Red Quiche

I accidentally came up with this recipe. The first time it worked “ok” and I gave it a second try this past Sunday while making a few changes to it as well. It is a recipe that is super easy to follow and do – you know I like to keep it simple in the kitchen, I wonder when will I apply the same principle to all my other life sectors (haha)! Plus, you can enjoy it guilty free because you will not have the extra calories that regular quiches have due to its crust. Continue reading Crustless Green & Red Quiche

How Food May Be Compromising Your Work Performance

We usually think about food and its effect on our body as separate from the way we feel, think and behave, but what we eat affects enormously our brain’s function and therefore our emotions, thinking and actions. Hence, what we eat also impacts how we work and the fact that you may feel sleepy ater lunch or alert at night might well be a result of your daily eating habits (please see the post on “sugar coma” to know more about this), because it’s the great diversity of food-nutrient combinations that allows our body and mind to function as they do. Continue reading How Food May Be Compromising Your Work Performance

Fitness Apps To Help You Staying Fit In 2018

My mind and body have been speaking for themselves, and I am no longer massively depressed. But this journey has been greatly facilitated due to some excellent mobile apps and that’s what I am bringing you in this post. If becoming more active and healthy is part of your New Year’s resolutions, go grab your phone and search for the following apps. Continue reading Fitness Apps To Help You Staying Fit In 2018