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Who hates to eat veggies?

But Mommy says veggies are good for us.

Well, mommies (and Nutritionists!) are right!

Vegetables contain fibre (which helps regularity in bowel movements and great for handling your cholesterol level) and good sources of vitamins to aid physiological functions.  Fibre  is so important, particularly with all the processed foods these days. Many simply aren't getting the fiber they need.

Some, particularly children, might have a love-hate relationship with vegetables. Vegetables feels tasteless (or even yucky!) And most might just force-eat it in need for its nutritiousness.

How do you boost veggies intake?How to  get your kids AND your family to eat their greens?

The trick is (and what often works!) is finding a way to eat vegetables without feeling like you’re doing it. So how does that work?

1. Sneak in your veggies! Make your shepherd's pies like normal, but use pureed cauliflower in addition to cheese.

2. Make smoothies using spinach. Spinach adds…
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Walking Football4Health Celebrates AFC Grassroots Football Day 2018  @Wisma FAM Malaysia

Eunos CSC IGroup - Walking Football4Health, a research initiative by Dee Dee Mahmood under Edith Cowan University Australia and supported by International Sports Academy, was invited by Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) to celebrate The AFC Grassroots Football Day 2018 on 12 May 2018 in Wisma FAM with 260 children aged 6 to 12 years old, where ambassadors for the National U-23 players were unveiled. Congratulations to Ambassadors Hadi Fayyadh and Intan Sarah Zulgafli!





Officiating was Dato' Haji Hamidin Haji Mohd Amin (FAM General Secretary) and present were Datuk Windsor Paul (AFC General Secretary), Dato Yap (FIFA), Peter Roo (FAM Technical Director), Datuk Soh Chin Aun, Datuk Santokh Singh, Head of Grassroots FAM, Samuel Siew, Puan Normala Abdul Rashid, Head - Women Department.

WARM-UP Energised! was conducted by Celebrity Dee Dee Mahmood with the children and the Ladies & Men visiting…