As much as I like sleeveless tops, I generally try to avoid them, especially the ones that shows my entire arm. Main because I used to play volleyball and swim a lot, which could have been the reason for having broader shoulder and more muscles on my arms. The problem with this is that, if I don't work out, the muscles in my arms get flabby overtime and it's definitely not flattering at all. Plus, it's the hardest to lose when it comes to arm fats.
So when I was asked to try the Nano Japan Diet and Antioxidant beverage, it took me some time to say yes because I'm a little hesitant when it comes to dieting products that need to consume. Though, I had a really good experience with the Nano Japan Collagen powder and I'm still loving it because of how delicious it taste mixing with my morning coffee or milo, thus, I thought why not try this out.
My fiance knows very well that I have insecurities with my flabby arms and he loves to make fun of it whenever he has the chance. I probably should be mad at him but seriously, he has such a cute face everytime he makes fun of me, I really don't know how can I be mad at that face. xD Because of my insecurities, I would always opt for top or dresses with sleeves everytime I shop. I really do have a great desire to lose some of those arm fats because it truly makes me look rather big.
Besides the diet part, there's the antioxidant side to this drink which is great because we need antioxidant to neutralise and remove the free radicals from the bloodstream of our body as well as help protect skin and increase our immune system. Another amazing benefit of antioxidant is for healthier and brighter eyes.
I do care for my eyes because I'm in front of the computer a lot, especially when I'm editing videos or writing, I could be staring at my laptop for more than 9 hours a day. Plus, I'm pretty addicted to watching YouTube before I sleep, that's another hour at least on the screen. It's only natural that my eyes get tired. If I wear contacts, my eyes get really dry pretty quick. I have to carry around eye drops so help with my condition.