I had the honour of going back to my alma mater, NUS Law School, as a panelist for a panel discussion at the launch of the 9th edition of the NUS Law School Companion. The topic of the panel discussion was 'Perspectives', and it aimed to provide the incoming freshmen with insight into law school, legal practice and life beyond it from a range of perspectives. I had the pleasure of sharing the stage with other esteemed panelists such as Mr Paul Tan from Rajah & Tann, MP Ms Rahayu Mahzam and Professor Joel Lee.
I thoroughly enjoyed sharing my experience transitioning...
VINEGAR: Ruthlessly anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti-fungal… vinegar is the boss! It also does a neat trick of breaking down minerals found in water, which is what leaves behind cloudy spots on your mirrors and builds up the soap scum in the shower. It’s also going to eat away at mould that grows in corners and in between tiles. Vinegar is safe on wood, fabric, chrome, tiles, floors – basically everywhere except: marble and granite (that’s because of its appetite for minerals).
LAVENDER: Vinegar alone is already a fantastic cleaner, but when infused...
- 1/2 lemon
- 2-4 cups of warm water
- squeeze the lemon into your warm water
- drink this first thing in the morning, before breakfast, then eat as normal. Though, you may find that by starting your day with this healthy intention, it really changes the way you think about what kind of foods you want to eat the rest of the day!
- If your mornings are rushed, just drink your lemon water as you get dressed.
HERE ARE 10 BENEFITS...
- 1 Tbls unrefined organic coconut oil
- 1 Tbls raw honey (manuka!)
- 2 Tsp brown sugar
We at Katfood are cuckoo for coconut oil, even more than we are cuckoo for cocoa. We think you should be too. Here’s why!
Reasons to EAT coconut oil (yes, eat it):
- Non-Fatty, Fats (?!?!?)
Coconut oil is primarily made out of medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs). That doesn’t mean anything to most people, but let us explain! They are fats.
Wait for it.
These MCT fellas metabolise completely differently than their long-chain fatty cousins which we normally see in our chicken and cheese. Digested MCTs are...