Showing posts with label e excel nutrifresh. Show all posts
Showing posts with label e excel nutrifresh. Show all posts

Sunday, December 20, 2015

VEGECOLOR - Full of Goodness and Convenience

Most of us know the answer to keep a healthy, balanced diet daily. 

Eat more fruits and vegetables.

But doing so is always harder than it seems with today's hectic lifestyle. 

See the below basket of fruits and vegetables?

That's the recommended serving you should be taking daily. 

Getting this much-needed portion can now be super easy! 

Thanks to VEGECOLOR Superfoods powder!!!

Simply mix one sachet of VEGECOLOR powder into any dish or foods you like. 


Now you can save your hassle to do marketing at supermarket daily to get the below vegetables and prepare daily! =) 

With VegeColor, you can enjoy 28 types of different vegetables and fruits anytime, anywhere you like!! 
To find out more, read below: 
Why I choose VegeColor?

May all stay healthy and happy! 
Prevention is definitely better than cure! 
Let's all be a wise consumer. =) 

Your Nutritional Immunology Consultant

Kindly whatsapp/ email me for more information should you have any enquiry. 

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Why I choose E.Excel Franchise Business Partnership

Why did I take up E.Excel Franchise Business opportunity?

The below is my personal story =)

I was a Chemical Engineer by profession for 5 years in the past. 

Right after graduation from Chemical Engineering in Singapore National University of Singapore (NUS) with ASEAN scholarship, I worked in one of the engineering consultancy firms as a chemical engineer. I was fortunate to have a good direct boss, supportive colleagues and quite well-paid salary.

However, while I continued striving for success in corporate level, i realised that I was caught in a rat race.

Here was my routine.

  • Rise before 7am, gulp my food, rush for MRT and buses. 
  • After work, take dinner with friends/ colleagues, do house work, watch TV, chit-chatting on FB and then fall asleep after midnight. (I was not married yet that time) I live my life without any goals. 
  • Same routine for next day again. 
  • Received my pay check at month end, then spent on households etc, save the remaining ones. The whole cycle repeated again on next month.
  • I noticed that the same happened to some people around me who have already set up family with children.
  • Rise before 6am, gulp their food, rush children to breakfast, then to school/ childcare, then pick them up after work, go home, cook dinner, have 'quality time', do housework or office work brought home, and then fall asleep after midnight.

At that time, I could see they are my reflection if I were to have kids in future. 

  • And with this bored routine, I realised that my time and money is controlled by the company also, hard to reach my desired dream due to limited savings from the limited increment. 
  • Most scarily, I started to notice the risk of being retrenched after many of my colleagues being laid off during economy downturn in 2008 due to collapse of Lehman Brother.

  • I can't imagine what if I m jobless when I have house commitment, car commitment, children commitment Etc?  
  • When I work for people, the risk of being retrenched is something I can't control. The rise of my paycheck n time flexibility is something I can't control also.
I got depressed And I started asking myself, is it the lifestyle that I wish to have? 

The answer is obviously NO. 

After much thinking, I came to the conclusion that I must jump out from the rat race, so to have more time freedom for myself, and financial freedom with health freedom together. 

I know I must find a business which can generate income for me and at the same time I can be the owner of my time. I would never want to work for people anymore. 

While i was looking around for business opportunity, I chanced upon E.Excel franchise business! 

My colleague was sharing with me about this business opportunity which is very unique and simple to start due to the below factors:

  • Low capital
  • Zero risk 
  • Big market demand 
  • Big potential returns with 4-figure, 5-figure and even 6-figure passive income monthly

After analysing the business model, I realised that this is indeed a fantastic business opportunity to break the rat race cycle.

I can be a franchise headquarter (franchisor) with just a minimal capital as compared to traditional franchise business which needs huge capital! 

I have been the consumer earlier. Thus, I am confident about E.Excel wholesome food products as i know they are safe, effective and unique. 

Read more about WHY and HOW i started to use E.Excel wholesome food:

Why I choose to partner with E.Excel International?

1. A reliable company with impeccable history  

Founded in year 1987. The founder is Dr Chen Jau Fei who is the World Outstanding Chinese and expert in Nutritional Inmunology. E.Excel continues to be the leader in the nutrition industry, with strong R&D Team of more than 100 scientists. Every year, E.Excel launches many new products which are always leading in the market. 

2. Products are Safe, Unique and Effective. 

The products are formulated based on Science of Nutritional Immunology. 

Nutritional Immunology is a preventive science and a way of life. Dr Chen's book "Plant Foods and Nutritional Immunology" is used as a recommended reference book in more than 10 medical universities in United States. 

To me, products are very important in a business. If the quality of the products is not good, regardless of how well the business model is, the business will not be long lasting as one day, the products will be phased out from the market as rejected by the consumers in the market. 

3. Big market, health and beauty industry is a sunrise business 

The products are daily consumables and suitable for people of all ages. 

With increasing awareness in the prevention of chronic diseases and ageing population, the products will become even more relevant and of high demand in the future. 

In my opinion, demand of the products is also very important. Would you prefer a sunrise business or a sun set business? Your answer has explained why I choose a sunrise business. =) 

4. A well-paid marketing plan

According to how many franchises you open in this business. The more franchises you open, the more passive income you can make. The more you help your franchises to grow, the more passive income you will get. 

In order words, you have to help others to succeed first before you succeed. 

I find that this business cooperation relationship is fantastic.
It fulfil my wishes to help people as this is a helping people's business.

For coming to 3 decades, the E.Excel opportunity has produced many successful, high-income earners with continuous flow of passive income due to its simple marketing plan. 

5. A great education system which allows easy duplication. 

The education system and training system  is a proven operational model for duplication. It provides the simplest methods and most comprehensive tutorial tools for business owners of all social economic backgrounds. 

No matter you are a businessman, professional, an employee or even a housewife, the system ensures SUCCESS for you! 

I decided to start doing the business after deep analysis from all different aspects. 

Thankfully, with a couple of years in E.Excel franchise business, I realised that my future has been reshaped!!!

It's indeed my second chance to transform my life, allow me to be able to live my life to its fullest, and enjoy my desired ultimate freedom lifestyle. 

***Feeling thankful***

If you are keen to find out more about this business opportunity, don't be hesitant to contact me to discuss on possibility of business partnership together. 

Lastly I'd like to share the below video!! 

It's one of my favourite Youtube about E.Excellers' lifestyle 丞燕人的故事. =)

Hope you will click and watch this short Youtube video. =) 








如果,你想要对这门事业有多一层的认识,请联系我。谢谢。 :)
May all dreams come true :) 

Warmest regards, 

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Japanese Sushi with VegeColor

Japanese Sushi has always been my favourite food!!

I decided to make Japanese Sushi today! 

Here's my creation

Ingredients used: 

As topping, i love to use VegeColor and sprinkle it around the sushi to add more vegetables to the food! 

With VegeColor, you can enjoy 28 types of different vegetables and fruits anytime, anywhere you like!! 

To find out more, read below: 
Why I choose VegeColor?

Thanks and Regards, 


This is how my baby drinking Nutrifresh from E.Excel

This is how my baby drinking Nutrifresh soy milk. =)

  • Ingredients of NUTRIFRESH: 

Soya bean + grape + banana + pineapple + asparagus + barley + broccoli + cabbage + cantaloupe + carrot + citrus peel + honeydew + peas + pear + peach + grapefruit + lemon + rice powder
(No artificial coloring and preservative)

Highly recommended for growing children from 6 months onwards.

Thanks and Regards, 

Friday, June 26, 2015

Home-Made Popsicles using Nutrifresh, Oxyginberry and Evernew

Running out of idea of what dessert to make for your baby?

How about healthy popsicles?

A nutritious popsicle for my girl when she was still young! 

Rich in soy bean, grain fiber and disease-fighting nutrients from wholesome food in below recipe. 


1. Mix Nutrifresh, Oxyginberry and Evernew Orange with water. 
2. Pour the mixture into popsicle molds
3. Put the popsicle molds into the freezer overnight. 
4. Ready to serve the next day. 

  • EVERNEW ORANGE (grain fiber) - helping bowel movement 

Warmest Regards, 

Nutritional Immunology Consultant

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

What is an Allergy? How to prevent Allergy among Children?

1. What Is An Allergy?

When you have an allergy, your immune system mistakes an allergen for an invader and overreacts by producing immunoglobulins E (IgE) antibodies. When IgE antibodies bind to receptors on basophils and mast cells, they trigger the release of histamine and other chemicals that result in allergy symptoms. 

Asthma and Allergies

Asthma and allergies often occur together. They are related but not the same thing.

Inhaled allergens such as pollen, mold, pet dander and dust mites can trigger asthma symptoms such as shortness of breath, wheezing and chest tightness. This is called allergic asthma. 

When asthma is triggered by factors not related to allergies, it is called non-allergic asthma. Such factors includes anxiety, exercise, and cold air. 

Symptoms of Allergy

Allergy symptoms usually occur in the nose, lungs, throat, sinuses, ears, lining of the stomach, or on the skin. These symptoms may be as mild as rages, sneezing and coughing or they may be life-threatenining, such as the swelling of air passages that may cause difficulty in breathing and even death. Anaphylaxis is the most serious and sometimes life-threatening allergic reaction. 

2. Types of Allergy

Allergic Rhinitis 

Symptoms include itching in the nose, roof of the month, throat, and eyes, sneezing, stuffy and runny nose, tearing eyes, and dark circles under the eyes. Seasonal allergic rhinitis (also known as hay fever) is triggered by pollen in the air and occurs only during the time of the year in which certain plants pollinate. Parennial allergic rhinitis which occurs all year round is triggered by indoor allergens such as saliva and urine found on pet dander, mold, dried skin flakes, dust mite drippings and cockroach droppings. 

Food Allergy

Food allergies occur when the immune system overreacts to certain proteins found in the food we eat. The majority of food allergies are caused by cow's milk, eggs, fish, peanuts, shellfish, tree nuts and wheat. 

Drug Allergy

Caused by having an adverse reaction to certain medications, a drug allergy is more likely to occur when the medication is taken frequently either through topical application or injection rather than by mouth. 

Skin Allergy

Itching, redness and swelling are common to most skin allergies. Eczema is one the most common skin conditions and is often linked with asthma, hay fever and food allergy. 

3. Allergies vs. Colds

Although most allergic reactions present the same symptoms as colds, the two are different. Colds are caused by a virus, whereas allergies are caused by exposure to allergens.


  • Runny (clear mucus) or stuffy nose, sneezing, wheezing, watery or itchy eyes. No fever. 
  • Begins shortly after exposure to an allergen. 
  • Last as long as exposure


  • Similar to allergies, but may also include fever, body aches, and sore throat. 
  • Develops over several days
  • Should clear up within several days. 

4. How Diet affects Allergies

Many asthma patients have found that eliminating dairy products from their diets helps. Dairy products are very common causes of upper-respiratory allergies, asthma and other allergic reactions.

Milk protein is the most likely cause of allergy-related asthma due to a milk allergy. 

However, some people may not be allergic to the milk itself, but to the antibiotics passed in the milk from dairy cows. If cows are milked within 48 hours after receiving penicillin (to treat inflammation of the udders), penicillin will appear in the milk in small quantities. People who are allergic to penicillin may develop symptoms of penicillin allergy after drinking such milk. 

Dairy products such as milk may stimulate excess mucus production and worsen clogging of the lungs, resulting in asthma attacks. 

Eliminating milk and meat may greatly reduce asthma symptoms. 

In a study involving 24 patents, 71% of the patients experienced an improvement in their asthma symptoms after following a vegan diet for only four months.

According to a study of 690 children in Crete, a high dietary intake of commonly consumed fruits, vegetables and nuts may protect against asthma-like symptoms and allergic rhinitis. 

A high intake of nuts was found to be inversely associated with wheezing, whereas margarine increased the risk of both wheezing and allergic rhinitis. 
Margarine is a rich source of omega-6 fatty acids such as linoleum acid. An increase in linoleum acid in the diet promotes the formation of pro-inflammatory prostaglandin E2, with a consequent increase in the likelihood of asthma. 

5. Cleaner Environment = Higher Risk of Allergies?

There appears to be a significant relationship between extremely clean environments and a rise in certain allergies and auto-immune diseases. 

The hygiene hypothesis proposes that childhood exposure to common pathogens is important for building healthy immune responses. 

According to the hygiene hypothesis, extremely clean environments do not provide the necessary exposure to the germs required to "educate" the immune system so it can learn to launch its defense responses to infectious organisms. 

Lack of exposure to a variety of quantity of microbes contributes to an increase in the rate of allergies. 

The more children are exposed to germs, certain types of infection, and social interaction, the more they can help their immune systems to develop naturally into a less allergic and better-regulated state of being. However, improved hygiene and sanitation and smaller family sizes have reduced the exposure of the immune system to a wide range of bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms. 

Smaller Families

Scientists observed that most children suffering from common allergies such eczema and hay fever came from smaller families or had no siblings. Children raised in large families or with more siblings were likely to have increased exposure to infectious agents and developed fewer allergy symptoms.

Less Exposure to Animals

A study published in Clinical & Experimental Allergy suggested that children who live with dogs and cats in their first year of life are less likely to develop allergies to these animals later in life. 
Meanwhile, other studies also suggest that children whose mothers were exposed to farming and cowsheds during pregnancy have reduced chances of getting allergic diseases. 

Lack of such exposure can lead to overactive of immune system that misfires against harmless substances such as pet dander and food proteins. This could explain why allergic diseases continue to escalate worldwide, especially in highly developed countries. 

Less Exposure to Harmless Bacteria and Viruses 

The hygiene hypothesis also attempts to explain the increased rates of asthma due to reduced exposure to harmless bacteria and viruses during childhood. Exposure to bacterial toxins in early childhood may prevent the development of asthma.

Lower rates of asthma on farms and in households with pets lend support to the hygiene hypothesis. 

A possible explanation for this my be found in the results of an experimental study in which scientists exposed mice to cockroach or protein allergens. They discovered that mice previously exposed to dog-associated dust had greatly reduced asthma-associated inflammatory responses in the lungs when compared to mice that were exposed to dust from homes without pets or mice not exposed to any dust. The protected mice have Lactobacillus johnsonii, a bacteria species in their gut micro biome. When the scientists fed Lactobacillus johnsonii to mice, they found that it could prevent airway inflammation due to allergens or even respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection. Severe RSV infection in infancy is associated with elevated asthma risk. 

Extremely Clean Environments

A study involving 1659 Italian military cadets revealed that respiratory allergy was less frequent in people heavily exposed to orofecal and food borne microbes like Toxoplasma gondii, Helicobacter pylori, and Hepatitis A virus. The findings suggest that hygiene and a Westernized, semisterile diet may contribute to allergic asthma and rhinitis in developed countries. 

6. How to Prevent Allergy

Some risk factors for allergies are out of our control (for example, allergies tend to run in families). However, there are measures that we can take to help prevent allergies from developing in children. 

** Tips for Pregnant Women **

1. Avoid smoking and secondhand smoke during pregnancy.
Infants whose mothers smoked during pregnancy have a fourfold increased risk of having allergic skin diseases by 18 months of age. Regular exposure to secondhand smoke increases the mother's and the baby's risk of developing allergies. 

2. Eat peanuts and tree nuts if you are not allergic to them.
Pregnant women who are not allergic to peanuts and tree nuts and who eat more of them during pregnancy may lower the risk of their child developing an allergy to these foods according to a study published in JAMA Pediatrics. 

3. Try to give birth naturally if you do not have any medical condition.
Babies born by Cesarean section (C-Section) are five times more likely to develop allergies than those born naturally when exposed to high levels of common home allergens according to a study by Henry Ford Hospital. 

C-section babies lacked the Bacteroidetes (one of the major groups of gut bacteria) or acquired them late when compared with babies delivered through their mothers' birth canals. The Bacteroidetes are important for priming the immune system to respond appropriately to triggers. When the immune system overreacts through a lack of good gut bacteria, this can lead to allergies, diabetes and inflammatory bowel disease. 
** Tips for Parents **

1. Breast-feed.
Breast milk contains substances that benefit the baby's immune system. Breast-fed babies have gut bacteria different from those in babies who drink cow's milk. Exclusive breast-feeding is recommended for at least four months and up to six months of age. 

2. Help your children stay a healthy weight. 
Fat babies are adorable, but the extra weight increases their risk of developing allergies. Compared to normal-weight children, overweight children were 16% more likely to have asthma, and obese children were 37% more likely according to a U.S. study involving over 600,000 children. 

3. Introduce potentially allergenic foods between four to six months of age. 
This may reduce the risk of food allergy according to new recommendations by the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI), published in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice. The AAAAI advises trying a few typical baby foods, such as oat cereal, fruits or vegetables and once these are well-tolerated, introducing potentially allergenic foods such as cow's milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts and fish. 

4. Avoid Antibiotics. 
Avoid antibiotics, especially for children aged two years and young. A study showed a link between antibiotics use in the first two years of life and asthma at age 7.5 years. 
*Always consult your doctor first.

7. Treatments

There is currently no cure for allergies.
Avoiding your allergic triggers is the most important step in preventing allergic reactions. 
Skin or blood tests can help to identify these triggers. 

Medication such as antihistamines and decongestanta help ease symptoms like sneezing and runny nose.
Steroids are also used for symptoms relief, but they reduce immune activity, thereby lowering resistance to infection and delaying healing in the long run. Using topical steroids in large doses over prolonged periods may affect children's growth. Other options include allergy shots, epinephrine injections and monoclonal antibodies. 

8. Nature's Power Against Allergies

Harness the power of plant foods to help reduce allergic reactions. 

1. Ashitaba 

Chacones present in ashitaba plant help reduce allergy symptoms by inhibiting the release of histamine. 

2. Kumazasa

Kumazasa helps enhance liver function, enabling the liver to work more efficiently as the body's filter. Its lignin also has cleansing effects on the liver.

As a convenience, you can get the above superfoods from the wholesome food called ORCHESTRA (made of Kumazasa and Ashitaba):

How can a kid consume Orchestra? 

3. Superfoods rich in Antioxidants and Phytochemicals
  • Cactus, Cactus Fruits, Ginseng Berry, Grape Seed, Rose and Seaweed
As a convenience, you can get the above superfoods from a wholesome food called OXYGINBERRY (made of the above 6 superfoods)

  • Read more about OXYGINBERRY

9. Change Your Lifestyle

Allergies have a strong connection to the immune system. That is why it is essential to maintain a balanced immune system. Keep your immune system happy by eating more plant foods, reducing meat intake, exercising regularly, and thinking positively - and see the difference in your health and life!

10. Who has benefited from Wholesome Plant Foods on their allergy problem?

a) A lady with psoriasis 

Click below to read her story:

If you wish to find out more about the above, kindly contact me via message /email.

Thank you.

Wishing all babies and children grow healthily =)

Warmest Regards, 
Nutritional Immunology Consultant