October / November 2019
Walking for a longer life
Better health is just a regular stroll away
With its roots in Phuket dating back to nineteenth century, the Chinese Vegetarian Festival, Tesagan Gin Jay is celebrated annually beginning on the new moon of the ninth Thai lunar month. Over time, the festivities have spread throughout Thailand as well as to Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam.
Finding healthy fun solutions to take care of your physical body is always encouraged. This may be in the form of team sports, physical recreational activities, completing marathons, using devices such as Fitbits or perhaps the app Classpass which grants you access to nearby sessions such as yoga, spinning, pilates, barre, HITT or boxing.
For spa frequenters, it can be frustrating to find a long list of “well designed” treatment packages, none of which really suit your needs.
As people have become more concerned with fitness and good health, one growing trend has been celery juice as the vegetable is easy to find and relatively cheap in addition to being highly nutritious.
According to Assoc Prof Dr Preecha Tiewtranon, MD, modern sex reassignment surgery (SRS) started in Thailand in 1978 at the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Unit of the King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, Bangkok.
By Noel Sutabutr