In the 21stcentury, mankind constantly invents new technologies to make life more convenient. We no longer have to stand in a factory line for 9 hours a day to can pineapples. Instead, we sit behind a computer typing out codes that control the robotic hand which can the pineapples.
As time passes by, we realize we can no longer fit into the shirt we used to wear 2 years ago. Belly protrudes like a 7 month pregnant woman, love handles overhanging and man-boobs forming.
Unfortunately, our diets nose dive into the world of fast food, tidbits and deep fried cuisines.
As of 2012, in Malaysia, over 2.6 million adults are obese while over 477,000 children below 18 are overweight.
Afraid not, WHQ readers. We have a solution for you peeps out there. Nope, you don’t have to stand in line canning pineapples for 9 hours a day.
We have a much better one.
The Daily Habit.
The Daily Habit @ Bangsar Shopping Centre, Malaysia offers wholesome food to keep your body working at its optimum. An excerpt from its facebook page:-
“The Daily Habit concept is to increase people’s intake of foods that are unprocessed, in other words, foods that are as close to its natural form. We provide this style of food that is packed with nutrients to keep your body working at its optimum. By adding more non-animal protein like quinoa, tofu and nuts to your diet and foods like oatmeal, fruits, vegetables, beans, brown rice, whole-wheat bread and pasta, muesli, seeds, and barley, you will keep your body from feeling sluggish and tired and these foods are also a good source of fiber. At The Daily Habit, you can find all of these foods – healthy eating, worth repeating.” The Daily Habit
Pork-free: WHQ Team has researched and communicate with the restaurant on the Halalness of their food. There were canned beers present, meats are from Halal suppliers. Although, we went for it, does not mean you should. If you have done your research and not in doubt, go ahead and indulge. If you are very doubtful, its best to avoid it. Vegetarian options are also available. Please informed them early. We believe Halal food is everyone’s own responsibility. Read our disclaimer (below). Thank you Disclaimer: WHQ doesn’t care how other foodies do it. We are not critics. We are simply food lovers who love to eat with all our senses and especially our hearts. We are not representing anyone. Halal is an act of individual’s responsibility. What we feast on may or may not fulfil your standard of 100% halal. We are not responsible for your own tummy and bodily experience. Our intention is to make Halal a no.1 brand in the world for the world …in our own unique way.