Keto: What it is and Why

My husband’s Doctor told him to have a specific diet. My husband is skinny and does exercise. His work is needed a lot of sitting and conferences. He eats out few times. Sometimes his nice assistant brings some food for him. I want to say thank you to her she is so caring. She is retired now and live in the countryside. Before retirement, she put a lot of efforts to find the new assistant. So now he has the new assistant.
Now I am off the topic. Go back to the Keto diet. Even though my husband is vegan but not the true vegan because sometimes he has eggs, but not any other animal product.
He drinks soymilk or lactose-free milk. According to the Doctor, diet is called,” Keto ” which means to eat fewer carbs and more protein. When I was talking to my friend she told me that she is also on the same diet and that it is very effective.:)

 

 

Hey all! I am quite excited for this post. Today I will be telling you all about the Ketogenic diet what it is, why I started, how long I’ve been into it and why it is perfect for me. Although I would really like to start by saying I’m not a huge fan of the […]

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The Big Pineapple

We have been to Australia in Springtime this year. We stayed in Sydney. Australia is so beautiful.
A giant Australian fruit and the tropical farm is situated in
the Queensland.
The Big Pineapple has been a family attraction in Queensland. Children looked forward to the pilgrimage during vacations and it brought smiles to many along the Sunshine Coast.

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Unique five-thousand year old fossil reef found in Vietnam — Đọt Chuối Non

Last update 16:00 | 04/04/2018 vietnamnet For the first time in Vietnam, specialists from the Vietnam Institute of Geosciences and Mineral Resources have discovered a cemetery of fossilised coral reef more than 5,000 years old on Quang Ngai province’s Ly Son Island. The unprecedented and unique discovery opens up new interpretations of the earth dating back […]

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March 25th is International Waffle Day! — Foodimentary – National Food Holidays

Happy International Waffle Day! Here is today’s interesting food facts about Waffles: International Waffle day originated in Sweden. Vårfrudagen isa Swedish name for “Our Lady’s Day” and sounds like Våffel-dagen (waffle day). Waffles are descended from the flat cakes baked in ancient Greece. These cakes were prepared with cheese and herbs and cooked between two metal plates. The […]

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5 Credit Card Tips

I used to have a credit card linked to certain monthly payments, just in case I didn’t have the cash available at the time bills were due. I always told myself that once my paycheck came in that I would go pay the credit card balance off, but I never did…. It was a vicious […]

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Healthy Lunch box Ideas

Beautifully arranged healthy food. Food art can make you cheerful and happy it’s fun. 🙂

 

Lunch is commonly the second meal of the day, after breakfast.The meal varies in size depending on the culture and significant variations exist in different areas of the word. A balanced lunchbox should contain : 1/ Carbohydrates- Low carbs, brown rice,whole wheat bread, oats, quinoa, oat bread and buns,Wheat pasta 2/ Veggie- Broccoli, Brussels sprout, […]

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Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai

Hawaii isn’t the only series of islands formed from underwater volcanic eruptions. In 2014, a massive eruption formed the new island of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai. But there’s something about this island that has scientists stumped. Watch a brand new island form. You’re watching the evolution of a brand new island. Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai formed in 2014 after an underwater volcanic eruption breached the surface. Nearby tourists filmed the huge explosion. Flights had to be diverted around it. When the smoke cleared, a small island was visible. It’s located about 400 miles southeast of Fiji in the Pacific. It’s only about a mile long. It was expected to wash away after a few months. Now, three years later, it’s still here. These images show how it’s been holding up over the years. This is the first time satellites could see an island forming. Scientists still don’t know how the island has lasted this long. One theory is that warm seawater interacted with the ash to form a hardier rock surface. Scientists soon hope to run chemical analysis on rock samples. To unlock the secrets of this young, mysterious island.