Since I started learning more about nutrition and experimenting with various diets, I'm constantly refining and improving on my meals based on what I've learnt over these years. Lately, my diet has been heavily influenced by the traditional dietary wisdom of our ancestors taught by the Weston A. Price Foundation. However, I still continue the best … Continue reading What I Eat: Daily Salad Bomb!
When it comes to eating, we most certainly can eat anything raw or cooked. The choice is ours. We just have to bare the consequences (if any). However, for certain vegetables, I prefer to cook them lightly to reduce anti-nutrients and improve digestibility/nutrient bio-availability. These include (and are not limited to): Kale Broccoli Cauliflower Spinach … Continue reading Vegetables: Raw or Cooked?
One thing I've come to realise is that, as Asians, most of our diet consists of cooked vegetables, meat and rice. Less emphasis is placed on raw foods, fermented foods and salads. This is where we might be lacking in important nutrients, fibre (prebiotics) and beneficial bacteria (probiotics). Hence since recovering from my recent episode … Continue reading More Raw Foods and Salads!