Thursday, February 18, 2010

You are What You Eat

First thing first, The GTF Team hereby welcome you back to the exclusive blog site of GTF Worldwide Sdn Bhd. Perhaps there are already many people wishing you many prosperous wishes in this year of Tiger, and not only that, you would have probably consumed uncountable foods which contain extremely high calories, and those foods, in your clear conscious, you know very well that they are not categorized in any of the healthy food channels. Just one reminder over here, have you consume GT&F Products from time to time in order to ensure that your health is kept in a good shape?

As the saying goes, you are what you eat, it does not literally means that if you eat numerous kuih kapit and potato chips during this Chinese New Year, the way you looked will subsequently changed into the looks of kuih kapit or potato chips. Of course not, that was just a cold joke.

Other than the little reminder about consuming GT&F Products, in conjunction of the National Nurition Month of the United States this March, The GTF Team would like to give you another reminder about how you should consume your foods in order to strike a balance as far as your body and health are concerned.

Quoted from Dr. Hasting, a chief scientific officer of Reliv International; it's true enough about what he said, we should really focus on having plant-based diet (This could leave you various nutrients in your body if you obey this rule daily in your life, switch into such habit after all that meats and drinks during Chinese New Year celebration would be a pleasant shift), develop a habit where you would fall in love with green tea (Green tea, without a doubt, contains high level of antioxidants, drink up to three cups a day would be sufficient).

Once again, The GTF Team hereby wishing you a very prosperous and successful year ahead!

Gong Xi Gong Xi!