Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Confession of A Guilty Gorger - A Soyami Snacking Without The Guilt Story

Dear Father Diet,

I can't remember when my last food confession was. Thinking about my predicament, it was a long time since I shared to you, and I believe this food confession is probably long overdue. Because of the drastic changes I am experiencing at the moment, I felt compelled to write to you right now.

Just a few years ago, I still considered myself health conscious. That time, I used to watch watch what and how much I eat. I also committed some of my time to my jogging routine, which is around three to four times a week. I never had any problems with my weight, and I don't easily get tired during work, play outdoors or go out dating with my special someone.

But alas, times have changed.

I got married, and after that I suddenly lost interest in watching you, Father Diet, and indulged on different kinds of yummy snacks. Healthy or not, I started not to care. I have completely forgotten that I was getting myself into the mortal "sins" of food cravings.

I know them as The Three Deadly S's, the mortal "sins" everyone should try to avoid. Too much of it will corrupt our health and overtime, silently kill us..

Too much Salt - Because I indulged in too much french fries, salted snacks and potato chips, I have exposed myself to bladder and kidney problems if this continues.

Too much Sugar - Because I indulged in too much softdrinks, cakes and pastries, chocolates, ice cream and overeating rice, I have exposed myself to the risk of getting diabetes in the future.

Too much Saturated fat - Because I indulged in too much hamburgers, potato chips, chicharon, pork chops and other meat products, dairy products like mayonnaise, butter and margarine, I have exposed myself to high blood tension, heart attack, stroke and other circulatory diseases.

I know most of these foods are not "unhealthy" Father Diet, but because of stress, and instant gratification for all the efforts I have given in the office and the numerous chores done at home, I tend to overeat and indulge on these comfort food.

And to make matters worse, I also lost the urge to go jogging because my house chores have taken more of my time and energy to do it.

Because of my change in lifestyle, the effects started to show on my body. I became heavier and got more tired easily. A bulge on my side started to show. It felt as if I was doomed to obesity.

I needed salvation Father Diet, so I tried hard to find a suitable snack packed with the good stuff and none of the bad stuff in it. And as I made my search on the internet for answers, I stumbled upon a healthy snack packed with all the essential vitamins and minerals, lots of protein and calcium, and most of all, NO MSG and 0% transfat. This healthy snack is none other than SOYAMI Soya Chips.

But what's so great about Soyami Soya Chips Father Diet is that this nutritious snack is made of REAL SOYA. Soya has loads of protein, calcium, vitamins and minerals, and isoflavones. These nutrients help build bones and muscles, improves memory, and can actually reduce the risk of cancer!

Since there is no MSG (monosodium glutamate), and NO TRANSFAT, I won't need to worry about allergic reactions or dizziness, or stuff that can cause heart ailments or stroke. It also does not have high carbohydrate content that can cause obesity, and not too much sodium content that may harm my kidneys.

Soyami is already out in the market but then, I wondered where can I actually buy some? Fortunately, Soyami is available in leading supermarkets nationwide. I was able to buy some in Shopwise, Sucat so that I could try them out myself. I was curious enough to try out all three flavors - Original, White Cheddar and Pizza flavor.

I loved the mild taste and texture of every variant, specially the Original flavor.

Soon after my first taste, I discovered how to enjoy this snack even more! I was able to put in Soyami Soya Chips into my vegetable salad.

Soyami Soya Chips doesn't have a high carb content (only 15 grams per serving) making it a great mix for vegetable salads and can help me lose weight. Still, exercise is needed so I can get back in shape.

And in the office, I used to snack on cookies and donuts, which I soon found out was high on sugar content that made me bulk up and bulge. After I discovered Soyami Soya Chips, I now eat this during my merienda break every now and then, or even while doing my work.

If only I had found out about Soyami earlier Father Diet, I wouldn't have been guilty from the start.

I hope that my sins be forgiven Father Diet. I wish to be redeemed from the sins of high sugar that can cause obesity and diabetes. Deliver me from the urge of too much salt and saturated fatty foods that leads to circulatory diseases and heart ailments. And with the help of Soyami Soya Chips, I am going to retake the healthy me I once lost. To make amends for my sins, I will start living healthy by eating less carbs, choosing the right foods, snack more with Soyami Soya Chips and find more time to exercise all in the name of Good Health.

And so that others will not fall into the trap of gorging too much the Three Mortal "sins", The Fatal S's we all know of, I am going to tell the world about this snack and why it can lead us to the salvation of our health.

I will tell the world and proclaim the good news by letting them know what Soyami Soya Chips is all about, what it tastes like, how we can enjoy it, and why we should choose Soyami above all other snack foods. I know this to be true because of the good effects this snack has given me to reduce weight and bring me back to an active lifestyle. I will also tell the world Soyami Soya Chips is high on protein, rich in calcium, and above all NO MSG and 0% transfat!

Here is how I can proclaim my love for Soyami through my simple video above...

I know there is only one Truth Father Diet, and that is Soyami Soya Chips is our healthier choice to snacking!


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