Good habits starting from how to eat

Dulce pomum quum abest custos — the apples are so sweet when away from the reach of guards. The Latin adage contains a universal meaning: we, people, are often tempted by things that are not actually needed. And in the matter of food, ironically, the condition is precisely instead often occurs in the month of Ramadan: The month that actually requires us to learn to control the passions, but at the same time, the desire to rejoice instead brings us to the cause Wasted and vain. Based on data on The Economist Intelligence Unit, Food Sustainability Index 2017, Indonesia is listed as the second largest food waste producer in the world, after Saudi Arabia. And the presence of food waste grew abundantly in Ramadan. As an illustration, on 2016, in Jakarta, the garbage that went into TPA Bantar Gebang during the holy month was 7,073 tonnes per day or increased by 7% from the normal amount of 6,610 tons. The increasing type of garbage is household waste such as vegetables, fruits, and food packages. In Kendari, the garbage that goes to TPA Puuwatu increased to 20-25% during Ramadan 2017. The reasons are the same: household waste supply doubled. When food wasted adversely affects the environment, consuming excess food has a bad impact on health. According to Prof. Hardinsyah, M.S., Ph.D., eating excess food can cause a sense of pain and discomfort in the stomach. The nutritionist and chairman of Indonesian food Nutrition also stated 37% of Indonesian population is now obese and overweight. "It's a simple sign of many of the overconsumption of food especially food energy sources," he told Tirto (3/5). The immediate impact of such encouragement and consumptive behaviour is not only to stack waste packaging, food, and health problems, but also the waste of pesticides that negatively impact environmental sustainability to the threat of food crisis. Separate before you want to be separated before a pity, because if you already have a pity to be more difficult to separate. This principle does not just apply to the affairs of the heart, split-splitting is turned out to be a good step in reducing the habit of wasting food — or eating excessively, especially in the fasting month. When eating outdoors, there is not infrequently a portion of food that we can feel excessive. This is what usually makes us force ourselves to spend the food for a dear reason. More dear mana, food scraps or health? Surely this is not an option. Both are obligatory "dear", only with different treatment. #MakanBijak can be a solution. This movement was first initiated by Mylanta® last year by inviting more than 30,000 people to #MakanBijak — separating excess food from scratch, before eating. Consumption of foods according to the portion or according to the needs of the body, no less-no more.
Carrying a wise eating box then, how would the fate of more food wait for certainty? Separate the more parts of the food that will be consumed, then store them in an empty lunchbox. Thus, there is no longer the term "leftover food" or "redundant food". If people are getting used to carrying tumbler, why not at once eat box? Carrying an empty lunchbox can be a movement that we can apply to everyday life. Compared to using disposable plastic, store more food in a meal box is certainly better, the quality of food is maintained. There are two types of dining boxes that are widely available in the market, namely stainless steel and plastic. If you want a more economical and lightweight, then take the second option. But do not just buy, make sure the box is worth to use as a food container-that is high-density polyethylene (HDPE), low-density polyethylene (LDPE), and polypropylene (PP). Then, to be more motivated to bring it every day, choose a model and color or motif according to your preference. As an illustrator, Diela Maharanie did not miss supporting the #MakanBijak movement. Collaborating with Mylanta®, [WU6] he designed a special-edition lunchbox that could not only be used repeatedly, but at the same time a #MakanBijak friend that made anyone do not mind to take it anywhere. The sweet illustrations presented in this special-edition lunchbox can also serve as fashion items that cannot be left out. Eating boxes are not merely food containers, but rather as mandatory items inherent in lifestyle — women in particular — as well as fashion devices that are ornamental. The bright and bold colours of Diela's illustrations showcase nature's cheerfulness as a symbol of harmony. There is a couple of merry-be-happy farmers amid the landscape landscapes and smiling sun. There are also illustrations of two flying Birds, an elephant playing, as well as a mat with plates and a half-filled feeding box on it. Set in a picnic atmosphere, stored in deep meaning: nature is not an object, and humans are entitled to the nature precisely because of its life patterns that contribute to keeping nature sustainable. Awareness for #MakanBijak must begin with each person in order to feel the impact, because #MakanBijak is good for your stomach, whether for your environment. Awareness of self-health and the environment is not enough simply by uploading the word pearls on social media. It's time for you, for us, to do something. Anyway, the fun part, we can do positive action while still exist. 

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