After my doctor told me she saw signs of me getting a fatty liver i have been reading up on good remedies to make a fast recovery, well those of you who read this blog all know what i have been doing lately.. right 🙂
After reading up on turmeric i decided to add it to my daily diet. I bought some turmeric powder and tried to integrate it in to my daily diet, truth is the taste is not good at all. Eating the way i do at the moment it is very important to me to make every meal tasteful and enjoyable. I decided to go for pills instead.
I have a good friend who´s mom is a real amazing doctor/healer, she agreed to bring some turmeric pills for me next time she come to visit from her home in Vietnam. Today i got them and i am very happy and thankful about it.
For those of you who don`t know bout the benefits of taking turmeric, here is a short list.
I will take 2 pills daily and we will see how it is going to affects me, i will post an update in a few weeks.
Yesterday i was at my massage girl Dang for a 2 hour long attempt to fix my bad left shoulder that was broken a while back, she did a great job as usual and today im very sore and ordered to rest. So no gym today but i will hopefully do a long walk on the beach in the afternoon to get a little exercise anyway.
My morning routine is i start with a glass of water mixed with a spoon of apple cider vinegar then i make a blueberry smoothie because i really like them and because i need antioxidants. I also take some vitamins, at the moment i do multivitamins. Later in January i will start taking Bio-Selenium, zink, folic-acid, B6 and B12 but will write about why that is later when the time comes 😉 I also take omega-3, 1-2 times a day.
To control my blood pressure and for a lot of other benefits i drink a lot of Jiaogulan Tea, especially in the evening.. i find it to make me sleep better. More about the benefits of Jiaogulan, can be found here: Benefits of Jiaogulan.
If anyone is interested to buy this product in Koh Lanta, Thailand, Jack at Panorama restaurant sells it 🙂
Hi all, tomorrow i´we been off the booze for a month and been trying to live healthier.
It started 2 months ago when i got access to a gym at a big resort where my friend is GM, i like the idea of not having a lot of people around me when i train and have access to it 24/7. Not a big gym but have everything i need and its very inexpensive for me to train 🙂 I started up slowly and after a week or so noticed that i started to feel better in my body.. I most confess that i have been drinking too much the last few months, and i realized that i should cut down or stop for a while to clean my body from the toxins. I also felt really bored about drinking in general.. its not the first time i quit for a while and i felt it had to be done soon. A month ago i went for a full checkup at Wattanapat Hospital and as i suspected excess drinking the last few months had taken its toll.. nothing serious but reason enough to quit for a while.
So here i am one month later, a lot of new muscles and much lighter.
Here is some of the things that i have been doing the last month.
Start the day with a blueberry smoothie.
Eat less carbs but enough to make sure my body don´t starve and start burning muscle mass..
Vitamins and Fish oil.
Less or no sugar and salt.
2 glasses of water and apple cider vinegar a day.
Lots of green tea and coconut water.
4 days in the gym per week, 20 min cardio, 40 min weight and 15 minutes stretch.
Medical massage after loosing a few kilos then massage once a week.
Don´t eat after 7 pm.
Try to walk 8000 steps on the no gym days.
Monitor my deep sleep and make sure i get enough of it.
Monitor weight and resting pulse.
I someones interested i will go in to exactly what and how i eat in a upcoming post.
Have a nice healthy day everyone, time to go to the gym 😉