About Us

Wow! I am forty years old, already.

Hey there, welcome to my site.

Forty years old feels like the midpoint of my life, I’m not that young and I’m not that old. But I can feel that age is catching up with me. When I continue to live the lifestyle of my younger days, I can feel the toll it’s taking on me.

I have been promising myself that I will start to exercise, eat healthier food and cut down on those junk food that I loved so much. I used to promise myself that I will start to change my lifestyle tomorrow. But when tomorrow comes, there will always be something that prevents me from taking action.

My work, my social life, and my family, something will always happen that requires my immediate attention. This means that my plan will be put on hold again, till tomorrow.

And you guessed it right, tomorrow never comes. I didn’t take any action. I just continue to live the way that I have always lived. Which is bad for me.

Most of the time I wake up feeling tired and sluggish. I don’t have the energy to play with my kids. I don’t really want to socialise. I just don’t feel like doing much.

In May 2016, I had the most horrible eczema flare up. Eczema pop up on my arms, my legs, my neck and my waist. In the daytime when I’m busy, I can ignore the itch. But whenever I sit down to rest or during night time, the itch is simply unbearable. The doctors gave me steroid cream and more steroid cream when it doesn’t go away. But still, the eczema refuse to go away.

I make the decision to take things into my own hand. That’s when I started to make changes to my diet and lifestyle. After some time, I began to notice changes in my energy level and the best thing is, the eczema is slowly going away. Certain patches still itch from time to time but it’s nothing compare to what it used to be.

This is what prompt me to start this site. I want to share with you how you can improve your health.  In my site, you will be able to find articles, reviews and sharing from experts on how you can do that.

We only have one body, so let’s take good care of it.

EHL