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  1. 5 Tips for Effective Weight Loss

    Losing weight can be really challenging at the start, particularly when you do not have knowledge about it. However, once you get a hang of it, you will see huge and sustainable improvement in your weight and health. As a rule of thumb, a healthy weight loss is not more than 0.5 to 1 kg per week or 10% of your body weight over half a year.
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  2. Diabetic-friendly local meals & shopping lists in Singapore. Are you doing it right?

    During the 2017 National Day Rally, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong emphasised the importance of eating healthy to cope with the growing number of diabetics and at-risk patients in Singapore. Diet plays a significant role in Diabetes. We have all heard that consuming sugar-sweetened beverages in excess is bad for health. According to the Public Consultation Paper put out by REACH Singapore, drinking an additional 250 ml of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) every day increases a person's risk of Diabetes by 18 to 26 percent.
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  3. Top 3 Tips on How to Boost Your Immune System

    The immune system plays a vital role in protecting your body from any harmful substances and disease-causing sources. From bacteria to abnormal cellular changes, it works overtime to keep our bodies in a functional state. Consisting of two subsystems – adaptive and innate – the former is something that can be “trained” to elicit the necessary immune responses so that our body is optimised to fight off any harm.
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  4. Only Women Allowed?: Maca Benefits for Men

    Superfoods are known as nutrient powerhouses, containing large amounts of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytochemicals – all of which are extremely beneficial to our bodies. Although most of them have been around as a staple food for centuries, some have only just recently gained traction in around the world.
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  5. Top 3 Benefits of Plant Protein Powders

    Adding sufficient protein to your diet is not just for athletes or bodybuilders. It is essential for a healthy immune system and for the organs in our body to function well. The amount of protein required for each individual is dependent on their age, gender, and activity level. Also, their dietary goals are worth taking note of.
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  6. Look & Feel Young: Reverse Aging with these Superfoods

    Retinol, Resveratrol B, anti-aging masks, and firming creams – these are just a few of the hundreds of “solutions” that promise to keep our skin looking supple. With everyone, both men and women, chasing for the fountain of youth, it comes as no surprise that the beauty industry is tapping on this ever-growing market to churn out beauty products.
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  7. Eat This Not That: A Low GI Diet Plan

    When an individual decides to go on a diet, more often than not, they’ll probably go on a restrictive diet. Be it a low-fat, low-carb, or low-protein diet, there are several meal plans out there that encourage the restriction of specific nutrient types. One diet type that also calls for the limitation of some sorts is the low GI diet.
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  8. Are Sugar Alternatives a Healthier Option?

    Refined sugar has many names associated with it. Some of these include white sugar, cane sugar, caster sugar, granulated sugar, and icing sugar, all of which are heavily ingrained in the food industry today. Refined sugar is often added to processed foods, including the foods that have been claimed to be healthy. From crackers to granola bars, refined sugar can be found in several food types.
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  9. How Diet Culture Has Affected the Way We View Food

    Has weight ever played an active role in how you determine and understand your health status? As much as we’re told to lead balanced lifestyles, maintain a healthy BMI, eat clean, and exercise, one thing is for sure – dieting is now a norm in many cultures all over the world. Take for example, the age-old New Year’s resolutions. Did you know that over 40% make commitments to lose weight?
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  10. Importance of Reading Food Labels

    Reading food nutrition labels can be a little tricky. However, understanding them is useful as it can help you make informed choices when purchasing and consuming food. It does so by providing you with vital information so that healthier food options are chosen as you to decipher if the nutrient claims on the front of the packaging are accurate. It is thus important to analyse food nutrition labels so that you can differentiate mislabelled junk foods from truly healthy foods.
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