I’m on you know something I’m always been concerned about for a long time is about health and many people ask me about why is it healthy so on in with the rise of our your children what diabetes and everything like that yeahthis is really something that needs to be addressed and so I thought okay you have your walk we have booklet that's been vetted by a certified nutritionist yes from honking she's Chinese but she still live here in the UK now she's back in Hong Kong with her husband and I work with her before and something about Chinese heart why you know Chinese hiveless heart disease because I but the yeah and what we've included is a DVD as well so no just get people excited how you can pay make something yeah and help you can be healthy in you know little calorie said it doesn't but is tasty that's the whole thing um it’s a love people think and it's not adieu book because I hate that word yes because it doesn't exist in Chinese Thai afterward I it's about eating in a nice joyful way and having your cake and eat it too has a little ice storm or the lifestyle rather than a diet plan as it were everything is about I'm a common.
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