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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.... 

Comments

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

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  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!

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

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

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  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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