Saturday, March 3, 2012

My typical breakfast

I've been trying to integrate more organic foods into my diet in the past two weeks but I failed miserably. Eating organics ain't cheap, I can tell you that. Even in Indonesia organic alternatives can cost 3-4 times more expensive than the non organics. It's not ideal to compromise with health but I'm just trying to be reasonable. At least I buy the majority of my food locally. Baby steps, right?


My breakfast today was a couple of organic eggs scrambled with sweet corn and chopped scallions. I also added one slice of lightly baked whole grain bread. Super easy and quick but it gave me so much energy.

Got healthy breakfast recipes? Do share. ;)

10 comments:

  1. These looks delicious! And I agree, even in Brunei, it's not cheap for a healthier choice of food. It seems like you're doing those aerobics/cardio DVDs, have you checked 10-minutes solution DVDs? I find them to be very energetic even for only the 10 minutes exercises.

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    1. I haven't tried that DVD!! I will look into it, thanks for telling me. I love trying out new exercises especially the quick ones, haha. :D The Jillian Michaels DVD I did only take 20-30 mins too so it ain't bad!

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    2. there's tons of 10-minutes solution DVDs series, there's Kickboxing Bootcamp, Rapid Results.. and some others that focuses either for your abs, legs or arms. that's what I like about them. I love Jillian Michaels though! because she takes care of her audience very well :D

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  2. I love sweet corn! I'm definitely going to try this (: And I totally agree with you, organic stuff can be so expensive sometimes ): x

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    1. Cool! :D I normally don't add sweet corn but I had some left in the fridge so I was like "What the hell!" Hahaha

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  3. I think eggs are such a super food and an excellent food item to start off your day! people are always like oh, but eggs have so much cholesterol, and yet they eat all these fried/salty processed foods. I find it really funny XD Keep up the good work with your healthy diet! Having brown rice over white rice is my number one tip to people.

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    1. I agree! A lot of people go all out in ignoring one type of food but overeat the other. And yes, I eat brown rice too! :D

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  4. Fifi, aku juga on Diet nih. Soalnya terlalu banyak jajan di luar, dan aku rasa nggak sehat (kamu tau sendiri lah warung makan di Jogja: terlalu banyak penyedap rasa, lemak, pengawet dll dll). Jadi sedang berusaha masak sendiri.

    Thanx sharing menunya. Bisa jadi contekan menu besok ;)

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    1. Sebenarnya aku nggak "diet" kok Arum, aku tetap makan sesuai kebutuhan kalori harianku. :D Tapi aku makan makanan yang bukan prosesan (atau kemasan, pokoknya semua yg dari pabrik aku gak makan) walaupun blom 100% sih. Kayak kecap, mayonaise, yoghurt aku masih pake yg kemasan tp yg lain selalu natural. :D

      Bener bgt makanan di luaran itu pasti pake penyedap rasa. Waktu teman aku yg org Jepang ke Indonesia, dia kaget bgt ngeliat orang ngasih vetsin ke bakso. Hahaha. Makanya sejak setahun yg lalu aku berusaha 90% masak sendiri. Paling makan di luar kalo pas ada acara aja. :D

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  5. I love eating organic too, but they are so expensive. My husband and I started growing our own greens.

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