- TikTok user @anna..paull shared a now-viral video of herself trying a Filipino dessert made of avocado, ice and condensed milk.
- Filipino families have their own variations of this dessert, with some preferring to finely grind their ice in a blender or mash their avocados for a less chunky consistency.
One of TikTok’s latest viral food trends is a dessert that’s widely consumed in the Philippines, made with avocado, condensed milk and ice.
While the three-ingredient dessert is also eaten in Vietnam and other parts of Asia, this recent trend sees TikTokers acknowledging the dish as Filipino. Sinh tố bơ, a Vietnamese drink, is another similar treat that blends the three ingredients together to create a thick smoothie.
While milk can be good for the body, leaving it inside the mouth for days without brushing can definitely bring problems to one’s oral hygiene, like what happened to a 4-year-old boy from Thailand when he refused to brush his teeth every time he drank milk. This just shows how important proper oral care and regular visits to a dental office like Gentry Dentistry are in ensuring an optimal dental health.
Sathian Ken Suravisankul, a pedodontist (dentist that specializes in childhood dental health and care) at Smile Station clinic in Phuket, recently shared the story in a Facebook post. In the picture, the boy can be seen undergoing an operation to remove 18 of his teeth.
For most Asians, lactose intolerance is something we just have to live with.
Embedded in our DNA is our propensity to rush to the nearest restroom after enjoying some dairy products. This unfortunate predisposition to uncontrollable flatulence and watery diarrhea due to lactose intolerance has become a mystery to many who remember being able to easily digest milk when they were younger.
A Thai socialite has sparked criticism from doctors and experts after she started donating her own breast milk to other mothers.
Passavee “Numwan” Payacaboot’s milk-sharing campaign became popular online after it received media attention last week, Coconuts Media reports.
Chinese moms are earning some extra bucks by selling their own breast milk online.
Currently, human breast milk can be found on different online platforms in China despite the fact that selling it is technically illegal, according to West China City Daily (via SCMP).