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In Thailand, asking “Gin kao rue yang” or “Have you eaten your rice?” is the equivalent of “how are you?”. Rice is part of our culture, a part of our language and a significant part of our GDP! Even if dinner is a noodles or a western dish, we still say “eat rice” as in eating a meal.
Early risers may have an advantage of getting up before sunrise to get their workout in first thing in their day and that is great for getting it out of the way and not having to worry about fitting a workout in later. But not everyone is an early riser and just the thought of getting up early for a run seems impossible. So don’t worry, if you can’t work out in the morning, here are some physical benefits of working out at different times during the day.
Looking to lose weight? It’s not just about cutting all high calorie foods from you diet and exercising. It’s knowing which foods to cut out. Knowing the which foods are nutrient-dense and which foods are have junk calories can make all the difference!Here are some foods are high calories and don’t have enough nutrients to make them worthy to be a regular part of your diet and lifestyle.
Thai Mother’s Day is coming up when we celebrate our own moms and mother-figures. For us who are moms, it is indeed a great privilege to be one, isn’t it? We also want to congratulate the new mommies-to-be out there. Pregnancy is not a disease or illness, so it’s fine to exercise and stay active once you have your physician’s okay. It’s important to know how to safely exercise and make