What is International No Diet Day?

International No Diet Day celebrates body shape diversity and body acceptance. Unhealthy dieting is also discouraged on this day. To sum it all up, International No Diet Day is a day for all of us to embrace our fats!

To commemorate this international day, Jolin from Foundation’s Youth Committee will share her favourite foods with you!

 

Breakfast: Kaya Toast with Soft Boiled Eggs at Koufu

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. You definitely won’t disappoint your tastebuds with this traditional breakfast!

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Lunch: Sushi Rolls at Maki-San

Ever looked at a menu and wished you could design your own meals? With Maki-San, your dreams are now a reality!

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Dinner: Korean Kimchi Fried Rice at Kopitiam

Are there any Korean drama fans out there? This wholesome meal will last you your entire Korean drama marathon!

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Supper: Dim Sum at Swee Choon

Heading out for supper? Swee Choon’s extensive menu has something for everyone!

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We hope you’ve developed cravings for Jolin’s favourite foods!

Weight discrimination is only one of the many social problems in society. You would be surprised by the social issues Singapore faces. The SG100 Foundation welcomes anyone who wishes to make a difference in the lives of fellow Singaporeans. Click here to learn more about our upcoming Social Projects and click here if you wish to contribute to the projects.

 

 

 

 

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