Eat Yourself Happy – Foodie Magazine Hong Kong

I am very grateful to be given the opportunity to spread the message of good nutrition to the foodie world in Hong Kong. I begin the first of a series of nutrition-related web exclusive articles looking at how what we eat affects how we feel.

I first heard the word hangry from my sister-in-law. She explained, “You know, when you get so hungry that you become incredibly angry – that’s hangry.” – See more at: http://afoodieworld.com/en/features/all-features/articles/eat-yourself-happy.html#sthash.JFiy2Vuv.dpuf
I first heard the word hangry from my sister-in-law. She explained, “You know, when you get so hungry that you become incredibly angry – that’s hangry.” – See more at: http://afoodieworld.com/en/features/all-features/articles/eat-yourself-happy.html#sthash.JFiy2Vuv.dpuf
I first heard the word hangry from my sister-in-law. She explained, “You know, when you get so hungry that you become incredibly angry – that’s hangry.” – See more at: http://afoodieworld.com/en/features/all-features/articles/eat-yourself-happy.html#sthash.JFiy2Vuv.dpuf
I first heard the word hangry from my sister-in-law. She explained, “You know, when you get so hungry that you become incredibly angry – that’s hangry.” – See more at: http://afoodieworld.com/en/features/all-features/articles/eat-yourself-happy.html#sthash.JFiy2Vuv.dpuf

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