- words taken from : http://www.joybauer.com/food-articles/herbs-and-spices.aspx, and http://www.livestrong.com/article/257212-medical-benefits-of-soy/
There are many alternatives to salt when it comes to flavoring your food. I am a big fan of experimenting with herbs, unsalted seasonings, and spices. Aside from boosting flavor, many of these extras possess antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that may help contribute to heart health, beautiful skin and hair, and help reduce your risk of osteoporosis, arthritis, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, cataracts, and macular degeneration — all this without adding extra sodium, calories, sugar, or fat to your food.
Try using nutrient-packed fresh and dried herbs, unsalted seasoning blends, garlic powder, and ginger to help spruce up dressings, sauces, salads, soups, pasta dishes, vegetables, meat, and fish. And be liberal with spices: Hot and spicy flavors from chili peppers, cayenne, curry, cumin, and coriander encourage slower eating, which can help you stay on track with your weight-loss goals. (Just keep in mind that some people with IBS are sensitive to spicy foods and may experience discomfort after eating them.) In addition, baking spices, like cinnamon, nutmeg, and cardamom, are a terrific, calorie-free way to lend sweetness to breakfast foods and desserts without pouring on the sugar.
The soybean has been a source of food for more than 5,000 years. Soy, a source of high-quality protein, is found in vegeterian products such as tofu, tempeh, soymilk, soy sauce and miso. Processed soy is used in meat substitutes, including veggie burgers and soy hotdogs and is often found in breads, cereal and meat products. Soy should not be used as the sole source of medical treatment for any illness or disease.***
i’ll just catch you in my dreams, 2012. copyright soniaprabowo
alone, anger, cancer, concept, confused, die, emotion, exhibition, friendship, hate, heal, hope, humanity, hurt, jeleous, kill, life, love, me, pain, peace, photography, portfolio, projects, sad, tears, together
if ever i have to pour my heart and tears for all of the pain, caused by every deceased salvation, i would.
then suddenly i come back to this, my old old path
i remembered – as same as i could
with all cross roads and intersections
i remembered – as same as i would.
why am i here? – i asked him
why am i here? – i asked her
why am i here? – i asked the another her
they answered ‘watch’ – as same as they could.
the same old movies, the same odd picture
some very bad, i would cry
some very nice, i would die
why do you take me back? – as same as i lured.
watch, and learn – they say, i can’t – i say
you take this task, you take this cleanse
purify your soul, purify your goal
yet i am not done? – as same as i cured.
all bad as you could cry, all nice as you could die
you are not done, my dear
all bad i could shy, all nice i could should – mood
heaven, nirvana, or even an illusion – as same as i could be sure.
jkt / 9 june 2011