Monthly Archives: November 2018

Fighting Obesity

Obesity is number one route to many serious ailment battling soceity today. I was shocked when I saw the United Kingdom NHS statistics that ‘ OBESITY HAS KILLED MORE PEOPLE THAN CANCER, ALCOHOL, DRUG & TOBACCO COMBINED’ If United Kingdom can have a gruesome statistics, definitely America will be much more worse.

Good News
The good news about fighting obesity is that IT IS PREVENTABLE, and I said to myself, ‘what the heck is going on here, obesity is preventable, and then why are we not doing something about it?’

Salad bar – Healthy Eating habit.

NHS United Kingdom Statistics
If we look at 2018 year figure, published in April 2018, there’s 26% increase in adult obesity, while 20% of children are classified as obese. These two group continue to eat more everyday. Read the report here:

Slim Chance Of Being Fat But Fit

The idea that people can be ”fat but fit” – overweight, but not at risk of heart disease, is false, a major study finds. Heart attacks, strokes and high blood pressure are more likely with a body mass index beyond 22 to 23 kg/m2. Over 25 is considered overweight. Any public misconception of a protective effect of fat on heart and stroke risks should be challenged, says Dr Stamatina Iliodromiti, from Glasgow University, who led the study of 300,000 people.

I reckon if people know about Spiritual & Natural laws of living, which include among others that it is their responsibility to ensure harmony between the body and the Spirit to combat the effect of illness, then they will be more careful in what they eat. The desire to help any individual is the reason for this website. I wanted more than ever to do something about it.

Eating Your Way To Health In 2019

Whole foods have become a buzzword in recent years among healthy eating enthusiasts. It means foods that are unprocessed, the way they are found in nature. Incorporating more whole foods into your diet is an excellent way to boost your dietary intake, support your  immune system and control your weight.

Fruits & vegetables

Fruits and vegetables are the most nutritionally dense foods you can get. Eating plenty of them can help prevent all kinds of diseases and degenerative conditions. They are rich in anti-oxidants that reduce your risk of heart disease, and they contain lots of fiber to keep you feeling full, and your bowels healthy.

Potatoes, especially when eaten with their skin are rich sources of potassium, which is good for the bones, the muscle and the brain. If you prefer brown rice, that’s fine too as it is a good source of important nutrients including B vitamins, manganese & iron.


Nuts are whole foods too. They are excellent sources of protein, immune boosting minerals like zinc and healthy fats. Walnuts contain omega 3 fatty acids which are often deficient in the Western diet but are great for the brain. Nuts are quite high in calories though, so a small handful is enough in one sitting.


Modest amount of protein rich foods are essential for human body to function properly. They are good for the muscle, build tissues, and are rich in essential minerals that optimise the immune system. Sources of vegetable protein include nuts, beans, pulses, which also is a great source of folate molybdenum, fibre and the mood enhancing amino acid, tryptophan.

White meats are usually considered to be healthiest source of animal protein, although in the West, some nutritionists believe we eat too much meat.