Around the health and nutrition community online, intuitive eating has always been around–I like to think of the community as the cafeteria in North Shore High School: you have all your cliques sitting like little ducks in rows; the diets that have dominated the last decade included all kinds, such as the Mediterranean diet, raw … More Do I Still Follow Intuitive Eating? Well…
While surfing the net, I came across three different viewpoints about fitness during the quarantine. They were extremely polarizing in their main arguments. Maybe this is just my perception, but I was bewildered by how deviant they were of each other! All three of them are summarized below so you can read every individual point … More Is Quarantining a Time to Rest or a Time to Work(out) Even Harder?
There are many realities we need to grip with–those that are possibilities waiting to happen as well as others that we have dealt with while clenching an iron fist. Some of these realities are much more challenging to mentally digest depending on the traumas we face and how much weight of self-worth we place on … More When People Call You Fat
It is one endeavor if you decide to pursue veganism, but it is ENTIRELY another when convincing someone else to do so. You do not have to deal with a stubbornness that is much more taxing to change. Having said that, not everyone is as rigid in their mindset regarding animal ethics and nutrition, plus … More How to Help Others Go Vegan
Amidst the clusterf*ck of disasters amalgamated in the first half of this year, one of the good news about 2020 is how most people are sick of fad dieting. Nobody wants to constantly calorie count, juice cleanse, or cut out entire food groups for the sake of it (except for medical, ethical, or religious reasons). … More Reverse Dieting vs. Intuitive Eating vs. All In: Diets for Breaking an Unsustainable Diet
Los Angeles is officially on lock down with most public facilities and nonessential businesses closing their doors to customers, with the exception of ordering online, for takeout, or for delivery. Some people have even been fined for exiting their homes or driving to places that can potentially be contagious. Easier said than done, but there’s … More Non-Screen Time Activities for a Quarantine
Being only two quarters away from graduation, my experience in the Food Science program has endured all kinds of new phenomenons. Almost two years ago, I disclosed a full list of pros and cons when studying food science. I have an entirely updated list from new events–here it is! PROS You are guaranteed to find … More UPDATED – Majoring in Food Science: Pros, Cons, and Other Gems of Advice
Disclaimer: this post contains affiliate links–if you purchase anything through this link, I receive a small commission without any extra payment on your end! All opinions of these companies and products are my own. This blog post has taken a LONG while to finish. However, it needed to be done since this experience is too … More Winter Fancy Food Show 2020: A Plant-Based Future, Sustainable Packaging, and Meeting Wonderful Business People
I genuinely wish this post didn’t exist–or at the very least, say “Happy Birthday” or “Happy Grandmother’s Day” instead of saying goodbye. This isn’t a topic I’ve discussed very lightly or very frequently. Truthfully, most people do not like to acknowledge this inevitable truth. Over a week ago, my grandmother passed away–she was 84 years-old, … More Saying Goodbye to my Grandmother.
Happy February, folks! I wanted to quickly update you on some aspects of my life that I haven’t vocalized very often on my Instagram (not to be repetitive or anything of that sort): Below is what I’ve been eating lately! You can check it all out on my Instagram, but at the very least–my fruit … More What I’ve Been Eating Lately + Respiration for non-Bio-and-or-Chemistry Majors (plus genetic, microbiology, kinesiology, etc.)