I know I've mentioned in my past blog post in August that I'll go on a reboot and post more often. Heck, I promised to post as often as I used to back when I have started this blog early 2000's. However, as much as I have tried to get back in the groove, I … Continue reading On Excuses & Resolutions: Online Fitness and HCG Diet
I haven't blogged for months (or has it been a year?) and it's about due time for me to get my active lifestyle documented to keep me going and even more accountable. When I started this blog back in the early 2000's, it was measly just a blog to express how far I've run around … Continue reading PCOS and Me.
Our food supply is not as healthy as it appears. A vital part of your quest to overcome PCOS is to improve the quality of your diet. To a great extent, "you are what you eat". The Natural Society (naturalsociety.com) reported a survey of farmers that asked them what foods they avoid. Their list is … Continue reading Got PCOS? 7 foods to avoid
It only took me one serendipitous day when I finally bought my very first hard earned Bike. Marge, a passionate triathlete whom I met through common friends on twitter (and coincidentally worked with my Dad) drove me to the Bike haven and instantaneously convinced me to withdraw the cash and purchase that sole purple bike … Continue reading Blessed by thy Bike: On finally and Dietary
I've heard about TRA Program 2 years ago when it was barely new and about to launch in the Philippines. Joey and Liza, now happily married introduced me to the program and informed me that it's a lifestyle change that they're advocating: "No one should be dependent on the shakes. Our aim is to lower … Continue reading Challenge: A month long TRA program to begin with.