I have my own idea of eating healthily, I believe balance is the key but I am still quite far from being ideal “eater”. I can still retained an amount of vision is partially due to my diet.
- the way I snack, I brought my mandarin oranges and avocados but instead I snack on dark chocolate, which is actually not so bad but the sugar is and the worse one so far today is rice crackers with tonnes of salt.
- My caffeine intake is 2 high! I am trying to have just a cup of coffee a day follow by the day with tea, in hand I have ginger, white and green tea and of course black tea.
- I have this habit of reading in the dark, which I am working to stop it
The past 2 years, what I usually have for:
- Breakfast (Mixed and match two of those)
bread, peanut butter and jam, half-boiled eggs, garlic bread, orange, banana, avocado, oat with milk, nuts and cereals, with chia seed, a glass of warm lemon water, recently I discovered hummus and fresh salad vege on bread
Sushi, rice, fried tomyum vermicelli, chicken, wraps, beef, pasta, I always try to add fresh veges to my meal
Noodles, seafood, soup, similar to Lunch, as I will cook for dinner then packed for lunch
Greek yogurt, rice crackers, chocolates, wafer
My ultimate goal, easy to prepare, delicious and healthy balanced diet. I will try find time, upload a few photos of the food I prepared to give motivation to ppl to prepare easy delicious meal! Do I eat out? Of course, my choices are normally those food I can’t prepare or too complicated like pie, nasi lemak, etc.
Never ever stop yourself from eating anything! The key is moderation! Want that ice-cream, go for it but just a scoop will do! 😀
Currently I do 50 mins yoga once a week which include 5 mins meditation, run 2-3 times a week about 6 kms per run. I try to sleep at 9.30 pm and wake up at 6 am. In the morning, 4 times a week a 5 mins glut and tummy workout. I read constantly, so what is lacking may be I need more entertainment, kakakaka
Remember, RP is a disease which instruct your eye cells to “die”, living healthily do not change that but I believe it slows down the process, hey! practicing balance do make you look “younger” 😛 Is not easy to find that balance, you have to be strong to make that choice!