The Health Guru

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What 2000 Calories looks like…

Posted on | April 10, 2014 | No Comments

I just watched this short film showing in pictures what 2000 calories looks like...  I thought it was pretty cool - click on the link below to take a look: What 2000 Calories looks like...

Recipe: No cook oatmeal – refrigerator breakfast

Posted on | April 4, 2014 | No Comments

Store in jars in the fridge overnight

One of my friends recommended I try these breakfasts as a healthy, nutritious and time efficient meal.  I agree completely! Ingredients: Rolled Oats (not instant or steel cut) Greek Yoghurt (omit if lactose intolerant) Milk (Skim – I replaced with almond milk – you could use soy or other type of milk you enjoy) Chia Seeds Recipe: Throw the main ingredients in a jar ...Read more »

Nutrition Info: Mandarins

Posted on | January 10, 2014 | No Comments

CNY Mandarins

    Chinese New Year is upon us again and I am always intrigued at the specials dishes or food which have a special meaning – they are often very auspicious, representing good luck, fortune, and health for those who enjoy them during the Lunar New Year!   One of the healthier options are the Mandarins which are thought ...Read more »

2014 New Year Resolutions….

Posted on | January 6, 2014 | No Comments

Well here are my goals for another year.....  Win GOLD in the 200m & 500m race, Open Women's category at DBS Marina Regatta Dragonboat race in May Look gorgeous and fabulous at my sisters wedding in August.  (Goal: 49Kg & muscle tone) Rehab and strengthen my repetitive left shoulder / back injury = Less visits to the ...Read more »

Reviewing my 2013 New Year Resolutions:

Posted on | January 6, 2014 | No Comments

I took a look back at last years NY resolutions and wanted to give you an update of how I went: Year 2013 resolutions: 1.       The year of the Chin Up:  Work towards doing at least 1 chin up (how… consistent weights program at the gym)  What really happened:  Nope……. No Chin up and very inconsistent weights at the ...Read more »

Interesting Article: Man loses 17kg eating McDonalds…..

Posted on | January 6, 2014 | No Comments

Fat guy

The last words in this article are: "It's our choices that make us fat, not McDonald's." This article is about a man who limited his daily intake of calories to 2,000 per day (after never having ever controlled his diet or exercised previously) and managed to lose weight.  He chose to only eat from McDonalds. I am not promoting McDonalds ...Read more »

Taking a break until 2014….

Posted on | December 12, 2013 | No Comments

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How to find ‘hidden’ sugar on food labels

Posted on | October 18, 2013 | No Comments

Read food labels carefully

  There are many different names for sugar. Two really 'clever' ways to disguise sugar in food labels is to use a long, scientific sounding word or to rename the sugar altogether. Ingredients Ending in -ose One of the easiest ways to recognize sugar in a food label is by recognizing the -ose suffix. When you find words that ...Read more »

Nutrition Info: Calories in different types of sugar

Posted on | October 2, 2013 | No Comments

How many calories are in 1 teaspoon of sugar?

Do you know what's what about Sugar? Refined white sugar is pure crystallized sucrose. It can be produced from either sugar cane or sugar beets, but by the time it has been refined to a white crystal, the two are chemically identical. Brown sugar is simply refined white sugar with a bit of molasses added back into ...Read more »

Nutrition Info: Calories in Cupcakes

Posted on | September 30, 2013 | No Comments

Delicious cupcake!

I have recently out of thin air developed an insatiable addiction to Cupcakes.   I have found the world’s best bakery (no exaggeration) that I daydream about attending during my work week and spend Friday night in excited anticipation to purchase some on Saturday. Sigh…….. So common sense just dawned on me to take a look at how ...Read more »

Trying to get back into blogging more frequently….

Posted on | September 9, 2013 | No Comments

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Sorry for not staying in touch more often with new posts here!  The only excuse is that I'm just SUPER BUSY WITH LIFE.  I hope to update more frequently....   Please keeping checking in.  

Nutrition Info: Calories in Tomatoes

Posted on | May 3, 2013 | No Comments

Don't let them fool you - tomatoes are actually a fruit.  They come in many shapes, varieties and colours - and if you can add them to your diet, can provide great health benefits for you. Calories in 1 Tomato: Medium size Energy: 22 calories Protein: 1.08g Carbs: 4.82g Fat: 0.20g Health Benefits: Antioxidant Benefits of Lycopene: Lycopene is a carotenoid found in ...Read more »

What are Calories?

Posted on | April 25, 2013 | No Comments

 

Nutrition Info: Calories in a boiled egg

Posted on | April 22, 2013 | No Comments

I love eggs!  I find them nutritious, tasty and a great way to start the day (my usual breakfast is 2 boiled eggs and coffee) Calories in 1 boiled egg: Energy: 77 calories Protein: 6.26g Carbs: 0.56g Fat: 5.28g Eggs are an excellent source of protein (they contain 9 essential amino acids), are low in carbohydrate and have a healthy source of dietary ...Read more »

Nutrition Info: Calories in Bibimbap

Posted on | April 17, 2013 | No Comments

Bibimbap in Korean translates to “mixed rice” and is easily described as a bowl of warm white rice topped with vegetables (thin slices of cucumber, zucchini, mushrooms, spinach, sprouts , lettuce), egg (raw or fried), sliced meat (beef or chicken) , chilli and kimchi. One variation of this dish can be served in a hot stone ...Read more »

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