Reverse Dieting vs. Intuitive Eating vs. All In: Diets for Breaking an Unsustainable Diet

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

Non-Screen Time Activities for a Quarantine

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

Winter Fancy Food Show 2020: A Plant-Based Future, Sustainable Packaging, and Meeting Wonderful Business People

This blog post has taken a LONG while to finish. However, it needed to be done since this experience is too phenomenal not to share! The Winter Fancy Food Show of 2019 was an absolute blast. This year’s show did not disappoint! I ate my FACE off–both in vegan meat samples and enough ice cream … More Winter Fancy Food Show 2020: A Plant-Based Future, Sustainable Packaging, and Meeting Wonderful Business People

Salted Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Balls (vegan, grain free, and added sugar free)

One of the most therapeutic activities we can do during a quarantine is creating. We can write stories, paint, cultivate businesses, invent products, develop all kinds of artwork! Moreover, creating certainly entails some fun in the kitchen. You bet that I will be baking and cooking like NO other in this time, with the exception … More Salted Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Balls (vegan, grain free, and added sugar free)

The Health and Fitness Junkie’s List of Quarantine Staples (and the best ways to prevent a Coronavirus infection)

It’s quarantine time. As worried as many of us are about societal health and the uncertainty of the Coronavirus’s next whereabouts (aka, potentially any part of the universe), I view this period as Mother Nature’s form of intervention where we need to truly be mindful of what we do, where we go, and how we … More The Health and Fitness Junkie’s List of Quarantine Staples (and the best ways to prevent a Coronavirus infection)

What I’ve Been Eating Lately + Respiration for non-Bio-and-or-Chemistry Majors (plus genetic, microbiology, kinesiology, etc.)

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.)

Eating Three Donuts in One Day: A Slice of Reality

My original plan for this week was to publish my entire compilation of pictures and micro-documentations of the vendors at the Winter Fancy Food Show this year. However, today was just a very interesting day (in the best way possible) and an occurrence prompted me to think quite a bit about a subject and/or experience … More Eating Three Donuts in One Day: A Slice of Reality

MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT (my current fitness routine and diet)

Last month, I posted an article addressing how I visually look quite different in my photos compared to the beginning of 2019. Truth be told, it had been embarrassing to look at the jarring fluctuation in my body mainly because it reminded me of the evolution of my state of mind. Starting this game plan, … More MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT (my current fitness routine and diet)