This might be in your fridge. Easy to find food.
Tons of the tea house arise within the Metro. No need to be very particular of which is good for your tummy. Green Tea helps cleansing bad cholesterol and toxins in your body. Hot or cold green tea is good for the stomach. Just be mindful that anything too much is not good in our body. Too much drinking of green tea can cause thinning your intestine and might lead to colon cancer.
Yes it is! The everyday spread that we put in our bread, whether in Pan de Sal, loaf bread or any kind of bread and even eating a spoonful of it will help you lower blood sugar and make it stable. Whether it’s Reese, Lily’s Peanut Butter or the regular peanut butter that you can get thru your “suking tindahan” is good to have. Note: To make it more delightful, apply the peanut butter in a loaf bread and top it with slice of latundan banana, thumbs up!
Yes, I know. Most of us can’t afford to have salmon in our fridge simply because it’s expensive and can only be obtained thru supermarket. But, you can have salmon in a can. You can also buy it in wet markets and get it in lower price if you are capable of making ”tawad" or discount thru sales talk. Salmon is rich in fatty acid and omega 3 that is good for the heart and digestion problems.
In the Philippines, you can find a lot of coconut since it’s a tropical country and as summer is approaching, this tree of life is very much popular now. It’s meat and juice have a lot of research conducted to provide great health benefits from head to toe. You can never go wrong for a whole ”bao" of coconut. Just like what the song says, "Buko-nut, masarap at masustansya… buko-nut, pampalakas ng resistensya”, (Coconut is delicious and healthy… coconut, good for resistance).
Gives radiant and glowing skin when you apply the ripe papaya in the face such consider as a facial mask which is really good for digestion because it has an enzyme that increase digestion of our metabolism.
Jalapeño or Siling Labuyo
The spiciness of the Jalapeño contains capsaicin, an ingredient that raise body temperature when you eat, thus boosting your metabolism.