Three weeks of ‘no meat, no seafoods’

And I admit that I am beginning to yearn for them.

This morning, I notice that my skin really have improved and realised that I have been on ‘no meat, no seafoods’ for three weeks already!

However, I wonder why Aunt Flo doesn’t visit me promptly like ‘she’ usually does. Is it because I am stuffing myself with too much soy products, thereby increasing too much female hormones and the cycle is screwed? Wateva..

Chlorophyll

About a month ago, I notice how bad my skin was. Everytime a mozzie bite, it ended up in red bumps which leave scars if I scratch too much. So, I know that I need to flush the system of these toxins that cause bad skin. I asked OrganicSamm what I can do about it because that woman is a health nut (btw, I hate health nutz but sometimes you need to ask their opinions because they are the lab rats who tried everything healthy).

She asked me to get chlorophyll and drink. I went out and bought from Guardian Pharmacy, some Alaska Gold or something like that. Two bottles in a box cost RM56+. It is icky and ewssss to the max initially. It is tasteless and smells ‘green’.

Initially, I have to close my eyes real hard and gulp it down after mixing with a little water. The first time, I stood at the sink and about to puke like alien invaded me.

Chlorophyll

Nowadays, I make it a habit to gulp down twice a day, about 1 tablespoon each time. It doesn’t taste so bad anymore. Sometimes, I blend apple, oranges and other type of fruits and put the green blood inside. Chlorophyll is also called green blood because it is suppose to boost immunity and good for health.

I am not sure if it is the chlorophyll but my skin doesn’t flare up with red blotches anymore and I haven’t got a flu for a while now.

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

4 thoughts on “Three weeks of ‘no meat, no seafoods’

    Cokeworld Citizen

    (February 29, 2008 - 2:59 pm)

    its the fruits and veg thats helping…probably chlorophyl too.

    chillies will cause skin inflamation unfortunately :S dun eat too much spicy food.

    Samm

    (February 29, 2008 - 4:43 pm)

    Yes, be a good girl and drink that green stuff

    ashan

    (March 1, 2008 - 5:30 pm)

    Thanks for posting so many great recipes! I am in the states and miss m’sian food so much, sometimes I surf around just to look at pictures of them.

    Of course, I try my hand at replicating them sometimes and that’s when your recipes come in super handy — I especially love the ones of simple, everyday dishes. Could you give us more of that please? The more elaborate traditional ones are very nice too, but too advanced for me, for now 🙂

    Btw, have you tried going on http://www.opensourcefood.com? It’s a fantastic food/recipe community and I often see lots of delicious recipes there. You should try it!

    Erina Law

    (March 1, 2008 - 7:37 pm)

    Eeee………….. hear you say, I also takut liau. But hor, ai sui is like that liau lor.

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