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Smaller Portions Meals For Me

BACK TO MALAYSIAN FOOD.... after the short vacation in the Lion City...

First, we landed in Penang and I had a bout of stomach discomfort as soon as we landed.  The pain in my stomach became more intense as we reached and I had no choice but to visit one 24 hours GP after dinner.  After medication, I was feeling much better the next day.  I guess it must be due to too much rounds of food, either that... or perhaps I did not have my regular meals during the time in Singapore.  

The next day I took an early meal, warm oats, bread and went for porridge at Canton-I in Queensbay Mall.  I must be more careful with my intake, my stomach was still tender... other than that, I was fine. 
Hot porridge in Canton I...
Fish porridge actually....
Ordered some greens and a double boiled soup to go with the porridge.... 
All grins again...
I must eat moderately this time round....
That means small portions and more frequent meals.... 


  1. oh gosh....i dislike the discomfort of stomach pain, what more after a flight....

  2. Oh dear! Glad to hear you are better now. Did you have a thorough check up? Can go for a blood test. People our age will have to be more careful what we eat - cannot go on feasting like there is no tomorrow. You look fine though! Take care there!

  3. Please take good care! Yes, must take care of what we eat and when we eat.

  4. I am very scared of stomach pain, especially when travelling. Hope your tummy is settled and you are feeling better.

  5. I am so glad there was nothing serious wrong with you, Claire! You do not even look like you have been sick, you are still as beautiful as ever! I have a condition called Gastroparesis, where the food will not leave my stomach, causing pain. So I, also, need frequent small meals. Though I don't do that. Ginger gum helps!


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