Soyami plus Active Fun made me a guilt free mom!
Looking at the conversation, I am guilty for two reasons:
First is not being able to accompany my son to play outdoors sometimes, and as a kid, that is his job and the right thing to do.
Second, for eating unhealthy chips that most likely will increase my chance of being obese and get the higher risk of being sick because it has no nutritional content.
I’ve been thinking about that for a while, and I am glad I found a solution and already working on it:
bring him to Active Fun. It is a place where kids can enjoy playing around in a spacious and safe environment and that is free from any video games and TV’s.
On eating chips, I found out about Soyami Soya Chips while I was waiting for Ren when we went to Active Fun. It can be called “guiltless chips” because it is made with real soya, it’s zero transfat, no MSG, and it’s high in protein and calcium.
It is really a good snack which I can eat in front of my son without feeling guilty about being questioned about it.
I am also prone to urinary tract infection due to eating salty foods, but with Soyami and it’s primary content- Soya, my kidney is protected from any damage.
Eating Soyami Soya Chips which is loaded with fiber and iron can help reduce my risk to have a colon cancer. Eating any foods with soya for that matter also can makes the skin smoother and fairer because of the Linoleic acid that can be found in Soya. And also since Soyami Soya Chips has Calcium, eating it will help prevent bone loss and osteoporosis that is common for women.
These are only a few of the beneficial factors that soya can offer. Actually, I am surprised to read all of the good effect of soya in our body. This made me motivated to stock on soya chips, and say bye bye to unhealthy chips.
Also, I think I need to go back to the gym or just make it a point to walk at least 30 minutes everyday. Keeping my heart pumping will make me more healthy. In fact, I would love to try the Soyami promo wherein when I buy their Trial Pack I will get 3 day pass at Fitness First (isn’t that great?)