This week is sugar free week, we did it because we can experience how it feels to not eat sugar for a week. I had to change some of my food choices to avoid consuming sugar that has been processed. It was very hard to completely avoid processed sugar, but I did fine I had to check the ingredients of all the food that I eat to make sure that there is no processed sugar in it.

Now I have learned that sugar is really bad for your body, I would have less sugar. Three things that I did do differently was to check all the food before I eat them  so I can make sure that they don’t have processed sugar in it. I also had to control my self on Friday to not eat sugar because Fridays are my danger zone. For the whole sugar free week I brought home lunch because I thought that the school lunch have a lot of sugar in it. Also during dinner time at home, I would ask my ayi to add less oil and salt into the dishes that she will serve.

This is my diet during the sugar free week challenge for three days:

Morning: Porridge, Milk, Bread

Lunch: Egg-Fried Rice, Yogurt

Dinner: Rice, Vegetables, Lamb


Morning: Porridge, Fruits, Milk, Bread, Egg

Lunch: Sushi, Yogurt

Dinner: Rice, Vegetables, Pumpkin soup


Morning: Porridge, Fruits, Milk

Lunch: Steamed Bun, Soup, Meat, Vegetables

Dinner: Rice, Tempuras, Juice


Categories: PE Health | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

Hello world!

Welcome to ISB Blogs. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!
Please remember that this is an ISB site for your use and you will be held responsible for the content you post.

Categories: Uncategorized | 1 Comment