7 Tips to Rebuild Your Relationship with Food

Are you sick and tired of the vicious cycle of yo-yo dieting, overeating, deprivation, feeling shame and guilt and hating your body? If yes, it’s the time to rebuild your relationship with food. Our relationship with food is complex, and to complicate things further, the world we’re living in encourages women to diet and thenContinue reading “7 Tips to Rebuild Your Relationship with Food”

5 Ways to Stop Overeating at Dinnertime

Many people find themselves often overeating at dinnertime, even when they are not hungry. Overeating at dinnertime can cause you to eat more calories than you need, which can lead to weight gain. Many people find it difficult to control their appetite, especially with today’s increased portion sizes and fast-paced lifestyle. The occasional oversized mealContinue reading “5 Ways to Stop Overeating at Dinnertime”

5 Ways to Show Your Love to Your Gut

Our gut is known as our second brain due to the similarity that has its own nervous system, allowing it to function independently from the brain. It is comprising the oesophagus, stomach and intestines. Maintaining the optimal conditions in our gut is crucial for our health. A healthy gut contains an optimum amount of goodContinue reading “5 Ways to Show Your Love to Your Gut”

7 Foods to Reduce Bloating and Belly Fat That Are Not Leafy Greens

Bloating is a condition in which the abdomen feels tight and full like a balloon. It is frequently caused by gas, indigestion, constipation, food intolerances, and excess sodium in your diet. Focusing on finding and solving the culprit can help minimize bloating. If you eat a lot of takeout meals, fast food, processed food, orContinue reading “7 Foods to Reduce Bloating and Belly Fat That Are Not Leafy Greens”

Cooking with Air Fryer – 20 Minutes Rotisserie Chicken

By Victoria Q How would you ever know that this juicy rotisserie chicken recipe can be cooked in an air fryer! And I’ll show you how. Making your own rotisserie chicken at home seem a little intimidating but it’s actually very easy especially in an air fryer. And once you’ve tried it, you’ll always wantContinue reading “Cooking with Air Fryer – 20 Minutes Rotisserie Chicken”

Tofu Scramble Salad (Vegan)

By Victoria Q Perhaps you eat too much dessert during Halloween and want to get back on track, or perhaps you just want to load up on your greens for better digestion, this salad is super easy to make with minimal ingredients which may already sit in your fridge. Also, use this excuse to clearContinue reading “Tofu Scramble Salad (Vegan)”

The Best Rainy-Day Idea – Creamy Mushroom Soup with Garlic Bread (Vegan) (2 recipes in 1)

By Victoria Q Soups are healthy and fast to make. All you need to do is to go through your fridge, pick out any leftover veggies, add them into a large pot, then add vegetable stock and some spices, stir, cook and…. That’s all! Not only they’re easy to make, but also perfect to warmContinue reading “The Best Rainy-Day Idea – Creamy Mushroom Soup with Garlic Bread (Vegan) (2 recipes in 1)”

Cooking with Air Fryer – Lemon Herb Chicken

By Victoria Q Want to have a healthy homemade meal but don’t have the time to cook? No worries. This recipe is very simple to make and all you have to do is leave the chicken in the air fryer with enough time on, flip once halfway through and wait for it to be cooked.Continue reading “Cooking with Air Fryer – Lemon Herb Chicken”

The Chinese Coconut Chicken Soup

By Victoria Q What?! Coconut soup?! You’ve probably heard of coconut water, coconut shake, coconut ice cream or even coconut yogurt, but what on earth is coconut chicken soup? I know this may sound weird but, yes, you’ve heard it right, Coconut Chicken Soup! It’s a type of Chinese soup that is super nutritious andContinue reading “The Chinese Coconut Chicken Soup”

A High Protein Vegan Meal – Smoky BBQ Tempeh

By Victoria Q What’s an important factor we’re looking for when it comes to a healthy meal? It’s high in protein, of course. A meal that high in protein not only help repair muscles cells, it also aids in weight loss. Protein needs more time to break down, hence it will keep you full longer.Continue reading “A High Protein Vegan Meal – Smoky BBQ Tempeh”

Vegan Black Bean Burgers

By Victoria Q These vegan black bean burgers are seriously delicious. They are thick, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside and definitely a healthier choice of meal. This is a good way to boost your protein and fibre intake for the day. Pack the patty in a lunchbox, bring it to work andContinue reading “Vegan Black Bean Burgers”

Warmth Of Love

By Victoria Q I was sick for quite a long time. I had to eat more than 20 tablets of medication each day. One night after work, I was suffered from gastritis for having too much medication. So, I had to go to a hospital to get it treated, with my BFF accompanied me. GastritisContinue reading “Warmth Of Love”

My Top 10 High Protein Vegan Foods

By Victoria Q A very common concern about a vegan diet is that they might lack of protein intake. When talking about protein, everyone already knows they’re from animal products such as cow’s milk, chicken breast, lean pork, lean beef, eggs, cheese, yogurt and many more. What people don’t know is that many plant-based foodsContinue reading “My Top 10 High Protein Vegan Foods”

My Healthy Diet

By Victoria Q There’s a phrase saying “You are what you eat. Which is the reason so many of us feel like rubbish.” And it was true. A few years back, I never really take care of my health. I don’t exercise, I don’t eat vegetables and I sleep late at night. I felt likeContinue reading “My Healthy Diet”

How Many Serving Of Each Food Group Should You Eat Per Day?

By Victoria Q Eating a healthy, balanced diet is one of the most important things you can do to protect your mental and physical health. By doing so, it can lower your chances of getting major diseases such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes and many more. A healthy diet can reduce blood pressure, helping youContinue reading “How Many Serving Of Each Food Group Should You Eat Per Day?”