Agico

I had no idea that a vegetarian restaurant is situated near my place in Mandaluyong. It is called Agico Vegetarian Cafe, in Araullo Street San Juan.

Their menu selection is quite diverse, but most of their main course are vege meat, maybe to attract customers who are not really vegetarians.

I enjoyed the food.

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What to eat?

I refrain from eating meat since the start of November. For the first week, I was adjusting because I’m a useless homo sapien in the kitchen. In short, I don’t cook.

I have to use a lifeline, ie. call my mother how to cook this and that. She was laughing hard because one time, I have to ask her how will to boil banana (saba). Ok, ok, don’t give me that eyeball roll.

Lately, I’ve been devouring lots of fruits and veggies. I don’t even crave meat. A good thing.

I expect to lose weight in a month or two just by changing this diet. To think that I even run on the sides.

Below are some of my dishes.

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You are what you eat

The company I work with has embraced healthy living for the last six months—enrolled almost all employees in a breathing course that improves cellular oxidation, some basic yoga, non-smoking policy, and vegetarian diet (preferred).

This is actually not something they required out of the blue. Studies and health literatures are backing this up. Cognitive nutrition, on The Economist.