I haven't posted in a few days as this week hasn't particularly gone to plan and we have just been eating crap and takeaways. Which brings me to my next point of how the man at the Chinese takeaway said what were ordering was gluten free so of course I ate it and guess what? It was the complete opposite and I was glutened 🙃🍲🥘 Kev made us both a smoothie today in hopes it would help 'clear' the gluten out and get me some nutrients. 🍌🍇🍉🍊 #glutened
You simply can’t just go once to mamasons! We came back this time to try their bilog with unique ice cream flavours; they had a choice of matcha, milo ( childhood memories or what!), black coconut and ube. We went with milo and ube and they were as good as you’d imagine! Phillipines really has desserts down in our opinion🍬🍦🍭 Pro tip: they do queso ( cheese) ice cream and it’s AH-mazing 🤤
Had this amazing lentil burger for lunch while working out in the field today 🙌🏽 #clutch
I have to say, one of the things I miss most about being a kid (physically not mentally) is playing in the grass!
Maybe it's just me, but adulting wouldn't be so bad if I had a nice yard to lay in like when I was growing up (physically not mentally) ✌🏽
This is my first homemade tofu. Yupiiiiiiii
Is it worth it to make at home? It does taste better! But you are going to season it anyway… I am doing my own because I bought a BIG bag of soy on the internet, I didn’t see how big it was, 25 pounds. Honestly, buy it.
Now, soy is a controversial topic. There are a lot of new information about it. I am going to concentrate this time on the link between soy and breast cancer.
I follow various doctors (Dr. Michael Greger, Dr. Fuhrman, Dr. Garth Davis, Dr. Mauricio Gonzalez) that have a lot of knowledge about nutrition and all of them talk about the benefits of organic soy. So here we go. ” The evidence suggests that soy isoflavones have beneficial anti-estrogenic effects in breast tissue while also having beneficial estrogen-mimicking effects in bone tissue.” It works both ways, craaaaazy! Only nature could do it.
“Since estrogen causes breast cancer cells to proliferate, and cumulative estrogen exposure increases breast cancer risk, there was an early theory that there might be a link between soy foods and breast cancer. At that time, however, in Asian countries, where soy was a staple food, breast cancer rates were much lower than those in the United States. This paradox launched hundreds of studies. Overall, the research suggests that soy intake helps to protect against initial breast cancer development (especially postmenopausal breast cancer), breast cancer recurrence, and breast cancer mortality.
Two to four servings a week is reasonable. Variety of natural plants is crucial for obtaining diversity in protective phytochemicals. Avoid isolated and concentrated soy protein.” Does someone should not consume soy? No, but people with hypothyroidism should consume with moderation. Soy can interfere with thyroid medication absorption. Text from Dr. Fuhrman’s website. www.drfuhrman.com where he also links the studies where he reserched this information.
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