Fats are good for health

Contrary to popular belief, slim folks don’t necessarily eschew fat.  In fact, animal fats are a cheap and natural source of collagen, which helps skin retain its elasticity and bounce!  It doesn’t make sense to cut out fat from our diets only to splurge on expensive chemical collagen *roll eyes*

Animal fat also helps to move our bowels along our intestines, promoting healthy systems.  Consuming too much fibre means some of it gets stuck along the way, causing constipation.  Fats make the insides of our intestines more slippery, thus facilitating better bowel movement!

So yes, slim folks do consume fat.  Here’s a look.



Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm salmon sashimi, the more fatty, the better! ❤ ❤ ❤  Much better for supper than mac and cheese!


I also love hamachi sashimi.  These are sold at Cold Storage.  The usual NTUC Finest has salmon but not hamachi.  They’re delicious!


Grilled unagi is another firm favourite : )  It’s also a healthier food to have with beer 😛  Look, clean eating is swell, but one needs to have a vice at least to thoroughly enjoy life, ok 😛


Last but not least, Guo Ming, Lovie, Shelia, William and I ate at Marutama.  They raved about the grilled Japanese chashu, which is melt-in-your-mouth tender.  Belly pork tastes so darned wonderful!  I felt a bit guilty indulging in something so fatty, so I ordered a side of steamed daikon for a more balanced meal 😛


Yummy beyond words.

So there you go.  Don’t believe what the Fat Acceptance and Health At Every Size Movements say about slim people having boring diets.  No we do not! 😛

Wishing you fun,

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