(Disclaimer: This is a sponsored guest post.) Psoriasis, a chronic skin disease can be treated through regular medication based on the severity of the symptoms. Though there is no complete cure to the condition, there are certain medicines that can ease out the symptoms. These medicines have their own side-effects too and hence one may… Read More Foods to include and avoid in your regular diet to prevent skin psoriasis
You’ve probably come across Ono all-natural soaps if you’re fairly active on Facebook. This line of soaps has gotten hold of my attention for some time now, me being always on the lookout for natural and local food and health products that come in fair prices. I tried to contact via Facebook the owner (who… Read More Ono — all-natural, all-Filipino and affordable skin care products
Human Nature has been my brand of choice for personal care products for many reasons. I am still using other organic brands but Human Nature has such a growing variety of products that their products make up most of my toiletry items. Here are my reasons for patronizing this brand. I want to use safe,… Read More Five reasons why I opted to be a Human Nature dealer
Rambutan is one of the more common tropical fruits around and one that Westerners would find exotic. What it lacks in visual appeal it makes up for by the charming, mildly sweet and tangy flavor of its white, jelly-like flesh. All hairy and spindly and red, rambutan is not one fruit you would easily fall… Read More Rambutan — what’s with this hairy tropical fruit?
Puso is one of the curiosities here in the Philippines. It is a single serving of rice cooked inside a pouch made of woven coconut leaves. It is a handy-dandy rice-on-the-go that we buy whenever we are on the road — and we were mostly on the road the past 2 weeks. You see we… Read More Puso or rice cooked in a pouch made of woven coconut leaves — why it rocks
I thank God for my mom. She is a smart, beautiful and very hardworking woman who has a lot of common sense and more importantly, a sound and solid soul. All my life, she has been working from home because she chose to. She has a degree in accountancy and was the fastest typist… Read More Tribute to my Mama
I have deliberated so hard about this post because it’s rather private. I have contemplated on what this blog has come to mean to me. Then I stumbled upon the quote above which pretty much sums up what this blog is to me. Now I am very much aware of health bloggers who are selling… Read More What this blog has come to mean to me
Cassava is one of the more common and quite flavorful starchy tubers here in the Philippines. It is perhaps one of the more common ingredient in desserts. Cassava cake, cassava pudding, pitche-pitche and suman cassava are some of the more popular desserts which make use of cassava. Cassava traces its origins to South American forests… Read More Cassava — nutrition, precautions and cooking tips
Fried fish is a staple breakfast item in my home. Sometimes I feel like it’s the default breakfast recipe simply because it’s what my kids love and kids’ loves rule. Oh yes, we still get to enjoy my Homemade Chicken Tocino every now and then, paired with any of my lacto-fermented babies; or Homemade Spanish… Read More Spicy Fried Fish
Sun exposure is one of the more hotly-debated issues among health pros today. Some demonize the sun as a skin cancer culprit while others extol the many health benefits of sunlight. What’s the real score? The following information is straight from the US National Library of Medicine of the National Institute of Health and not… Read More Sunlight — how much is enough for good health?