|Looking And Feeling Good In Spite Of Lupus |
by Irene Lim, President, Lupus Association (Singapore) HGM 2013 / 21st ICG
Year 2000 was a watershed year for me. I was diagnosed with SLE that year. Ironically, I started the year resolving to work harder and to earn more money. Unfortunately, increased workload translated into increased stress. I began to suffer severe migraines almost daily...more
|Tips to Curb the Appetite|
by Vinz Low,
Tips to curb the appetite - As easy as WRBC
How do you know when you're through eating a meal? Do you stop when
a) You feel full
b) Your plate is clean
c) Your fellow diners have “finished” their meal
If either option b) and c) is your answer, then you are probably not listening to your body cues.
If you have difficulty in listening to such body cues, the tips below would be helpful.
Write down the food consumed over the course of the day. Also assign numbers 1 to 4 depending on the portion size to each meal
Relish each bite by appreciating the food texture, recognising the flavour of the food and then swallow it. By doing so, you can
Breathe with each bite. This can help you to slow down the eating process and direct your mind to focus on the body cues too.
Check the nutrition guide on the menu (if it’s available) to help you make an informed choice.