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09 Jan 5 things you should avoid doing immediately after a full meal
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i.No sleeping. Sleeping immediately after meal will affect your digestion. ii.No bath. Bathing immediately after a meal interfere with digestion. iii.No tea. Tea contains tannins that may affect the absorption of protein and iron. Avoid tea one hour ..
05 Jan Say NO to big belly
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Excessive abdominal fat increases your risk of developing diabetes. Research suggests that abdominal fat cells are biologically active to secrete a group of hormone called Adipokines which may possibly impair glucose tolerance. Maintaining a healthy ..
28 Dec Tip to eat wisely if you have weak or sensitive stomach
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Avoid spicy, greasy, cold raw food and do not drink concentrated tea or coffee on an empty stomach. Certain fruits such as persimmon, orange and lychee are best consumed after food as they may irritate an empty stomach.  Here is the recommended meal ..
15 Dec Stop, if you like BBQ foods!
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"Acrylamide", is a carcinogenic (cancer-causing) chemical compound that is naturally released from cigarette smoke and food cooked under high heat above 120 degrees Celsius; cooking methods such as deep frying, barbecuing or baking often reach temper..
03 Nov Super green foods
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Chlorella, wheatgrass, barley grass, spinach, spirulina, and other green foods are rich in blood-purifying chlorophyll and other important phytonutrients for detoxifying the body system and rejuvenating organs. Studies have found that chlorophyll-ric..
24 Oct What are the considerations for diabetics to enjoy fruits?
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Singapore is among one of the developed countries with high incidence of diabetes. In 2015, it was reported that one out of nine people aged 18 to 69 in Singapore has diabetes. Those with diabetic concerns should exercise caution when consuming fruit..
26 Jul Improve your diet and keep PMS at bay
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Did you know? A high salt diet can cause bloating, high intake of caffeine can aggravate irritability, and excessive of alcohol may worsen anxiety. To reduce premenstrual syndromes, try to eat a balance and healthy diet with more fruits, vegetables, ..
01 Jun 4 Tips to control diabetes
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Making a few simple changes in your lifestyle helps you avoid serious health complications of diabetes, such as nerve, kidney and heart problems. Below are the helpful tips: • Be physical active: Research shows that aerobic exercises such as swimming..
20 May Do you know what is the best way to cook vegetables?
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American Institute for Cancer Research Annual Research Conference found that the best way to cook vegetables is to steam it for three to four minutes instead of stir-frying, boiling or cooking in the microwave. Steaming vegetables not only helps to r..
11 May 5 reasons to eat more antioxidant
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Free radicals don’t sleep or take vacations. Hence, it is important to eat more antioxidant to help you fight free radicals and protect you from a number of diseases. Here are some reasons to maintain an antioxidant-rich diet: • Protect your heart: A..
28 Apr Good bacteria helps guard your health
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Studies show that the number of good bacteria in the intestine is vital in maintaining one's digestive system and health status. About 70% of our immune cells are in the intestines, therefore, it is vital to ensure a high level of good bacteria in or..
20 Apr Grape seed
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Although not particularly tasty, whole grape seeds are completely edible, and scientific evidence suggests that they are good for you, too. Packed with essential fatty acids, amino acids and powerful antioxidant, OPCs, these little bitter seeds have ..
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