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29 Aug Tips to Monitor Your Blood Sugar Correctly
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  In order to manage and control diabetes, blood sugar self-testing is a must to be done every day or even after every meal. Measuring your blood sugar level on your own can help to alert you when your blood sugar levels drop or rise beyond your t..
25 Jan Sweeten Your Chinese New Year by Reducing Sugar
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  It’s the time of the year where there is no lack of festive goodies like pineapple tarts, bak kwa, hotpot and yu sheng in the house! But for some, it can be a challenging time for one to stick to their meal plan; even more so for some individual..
09 Jul 5 Tips to Lower Blood Sugar Levels Naturally
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 Did you know that Singapore have the fourth highest diabetic rate in the world? The number of diabetes cases is expected to increase to 1,000,000 in 2050. In a normal healthy individual, the blood glucose levels are maintained within 4-5.5 mmol/L be..
25 Oct 5 Best Anti-inflammatory Foods
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 Based on the World Health Organization, chronic diseases pose the greatest threat to global health. Out of 5 deaths, 3 deaths are caused by chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disorders, stroke and cancer. Did you know that many chronic disease..
05 Jul 5 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Sugar Intake
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It’s not uncommon for us to have sugar cravings as we go about our hectic days. Although eating a sugary snack can keep us energised, it is also important to note that doing so excessively can cause many negative health consequences (e.g. obesity, ty..
12 Apr 4 Dietary Tips for Diabetics
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Diabetes is a worldwide epidemic. In Singapore, the number of diabetics is growing. Back in 2017, one in nine Singaporeans has diabetes and the number of diabetes cases is expected to increase to 1,000,000 in 2050.    Diabetes is a chronic disease wh..
07 Dec Why is it important to have sufficient sleep every night?
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Did you know that the lack of sleep (4 or 5 hours of sleep a night) in the short term can elevate your risk of developing diabetes by approximately 16%? The good news is this can be reversible! According to a study conducted at the University of Chic..
09 Nov How You Cook Meat May Affect Your Type 2 Diabetes Risk
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Did you know that the type of cooking method you choose to cook meat with can make a great difference in your risk of developing type 2 diabetes? \tResearchers from the Harvard Chan School of Public Health’s Department of Nutrition analysed the data ..
13 Jun 4 Wholesome staple foods to replace white rice/bread
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Many people do not eat staple foods (starchy foods) in order to lose weight and control blood sugar. In fact, you should not cut complex carbohydrates from your diet completely. Carbohydrates are the main source of energy needed to maintain basic dai..
28 May Diabetes complications you need to know
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According to statistics of the World Health Organization, there are more than 100 complications of diabetes. It is the most known chronic diease with the highest complication risk. The followings are some common complications caused by diabetes. 1) I..
04 Jan 4 food that you can eat to fight against diabetes
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1) Adding more probiotics and unsweetened yoghurt to your diet helps stable blood sugar level. Research found people with diabetes who regularly took probiotics saw an average 16 point reduction in their fasting blood sugar. Some studies also found t..
15 Dec Fat for better health
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Did you know that eating the right amount of dietary fatty acids makes you healthier, not fatter? Both Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids present in food are beneficial to our health. However when Omega-6 is too high, it can contribute to excess inflammation ..
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