This choice always satisfied me because I thought at least I cared my diet.
Today’s theme is food and nutrition.
“Hungry for change”, a documentary film on nutrition, made me think that maybe I can enjoy healthy food without sacrificing my desire to eat.
According to this movie, we are eaten by by modern diet mechanism.
Most of us know that eating healthy is very important. But we don’t do it because we are trapped in the mechanism.
In summary, the problems of modern diet are in:
(1)Sugar ( average person in the U.S. has 22 tea spoons of sugar a day)
(2)Fat-free products or diet soda (It contains chemicals which induce you to eat more)
(3)Man-made products (breads and other chemical in foods)
(1)Eat less man-made food because they shrink your cells and cells don’t get full. Therefore they want more unconsciously.
(2)Eat more farm-based food.
(3)Clean your body by detoxification (eating green salads and juicing are good ways to start)
Trailer of “Hungry for Change”
If you can eat good food, the food will say “now you are on board, let us shine you”
Side effects of cleaning are reducing weight, shine eyes, and cleaning skin!
I started juicing! Let’s see how it works!
All you have to do is put ingredients in a mixer!!
It’s so sweet and delicious without sugar!
It seems that cilantro and avocado can also clean your body. Therefore, I will introduce how to make guacamole in the next blog.
For the last 3 years, I did all my best starting from learning how to grab a knife to developing my own small dishes of course through many people’s help. The more I learned, the more I realized the depth of culinary art. It is my another dream to have a small restaurant when I retire so that I will improve my skills and develop more dishes at home.
My next career goal is educational development in developing countries. Actually, it was the kitchen experience which inspired me to go for the path.
I’ll do what I want anyway. Because I’m alive and my life is given.
Life is short so it is really fortunate to have something what I want. I just need to go for it.
Since this is my first diary, I’d like to introduce myself very breifly.
I was born and raised in Japan and came to NYC in 2007.
So far I’ve seen many things but not enough, and always think about what I’m going to do next.
I like arts and create something)
Life is once and short, so I just want to write what I want to remember as my history.
Today, I made mexican food “Salsa Roja (red sauce)” and put it on breads with bacon and sourcream. I love Cilantro!!!!!!