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#7. Ravishing Raspberries

Raspberries are so lovely with yoghurt or just on their own. I think they are the prettiest of the berries. A lipstick in this shade would be just perfect. It’s a pity they are quite expensive in Singapore at almost … Continue reading

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#3. The Sexy Cherry

I find that making this ‘Healthy Food I Like’ list is working. I’m now having a fruit a day, because my self awareness has been raised. I hope this lasts. The reason why I call it the sexy cherry is … Continue reading

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#2. Blackberries – The Fruit

These are actually black but you can see the deep reddish hues, when you take a really close up shot of the berries. According to this article on UK Food Guide, I never knew that blackberries were the relatives of … Continue reading

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#1. Passion Fruit

To motivate myself in 2011, I’m gonna start a list of healthy food that I actually like. My new favourite snack is passion fruit. It’s wonderfully sourish sweet. You just cut the fruit in half and scoop the fruit out … Continue reading

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The Anxieties of a Control Freak: Visit to the Dentist

This year I am determined to sort of face my fears – within reason of course. One of them is visiting the dentist. It’s not the pain I am afraid of, but the lack of control. I am becoming such … Continue reading

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10 Good Habits that Stuck in 2010

Christmas reminds me that 2011 will be here soon, and New Year reminds me of all the things I did not achieve. I am feeling all “woe is me” and “why do I even bother with resolutions”.  But I tend … Continue reading

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#66. Loads of the Sunshine Vitamin and No Winter Blues

15 minutes of sun exposure can be a good thing and that’s what we get in a tropical climate where the sun shines most of the time. The sunshine vitamin is Vitamin D. It will help reduce your risk of … Continue reading

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Japanese Burgers vs American Burgers

Plain hamburgers are known to be the heathiest, but since I don’t eat cow but I do eat chicken I decided to do a post comparing how decadant the various burgers are.  I was really surprised when I checked the … Continue reading

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Singapore Government’s Health Promotion Board Telling You What’s Healthy at VivoCity

Saw this exhibition at VivoCity.  Interesting panels in the form of giant shopping bags, about what’s healthy and lower in calories.  I would pick the Korean rice over everything else.  That’s yummy.  Subway sandwiches are good too.

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Ten Habits of my Naturally Skinny Friends

I have naturally skinny friends and unnaturally skinny friends. The latter skip meals, just have coffee for lunch and look pale and frazzled. The former always look bubbly, full of energy and seem to have these habits in common. 1. … Continue reading

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