Monthly Archives: June 2018

7 Reasons Why Berries Are Among The Healthiest Foods On Earth

Berries are among the healthiest foods you can eat. They are delicious, nutritious and provide a number of impressive health benefits. Here are 11 good reasons to include berries in your diet. 1. Berries Are Loaded With Antioxidants Berries contain antioxidants, which help keep free radicals under control. Free radicals are unstable molecules that occur […]

10 SUPERFOODS YOU SHOULD EAT DURING PREGNANCY

You’re growing a baby. While you may want nothing more than to stuff your face with potato chips and ice-cream (or nothing if you are experiencing the much-dreaded morning sickness), now is the time when you should be thinking about what you put in your mouth more than ever. Everything you eat not only affects […]

How To Prevent Binge-Eating and Indigestion During Eid

After a month of fasting during Ramadan, it doesn’t come across as a surprise that people indulge and devour food which usually leads to binge eating. Although it’s a celebratory occasion, fasting for 30 days and binge eating on Eid could have serious health implications. Not only will this lead to gastric disorders, that can […]

The Amazing Benefits of Soursop

What if I told you there was a fruit that’s great for your eyes, can treat infections and even shows promise as a potential cancer-fighting food? Would you be interested? If you answered yes — and why wouldn’t you? — let me introduce you to soursop.  Soursop is usually found in South America and often […]

How To Tell If You’re Getting Enough Vitamins

Even healthy eaters may fall short of key vitamins and minerals. If you have any of these symptoms, you may be deficient in critical nutrients. BRITTLE NAILS Anemia isn’t the only sign of iron deficiency. Brittle nails (on fingers and toes) can signal you’re low in this mineral, found in dark leafy greens, legumes, and […]

The Link Between Weight Loss and Knee Pain

Why does my knee hurt? Knee pain is one of the most common complications of being overweight or obese. If you’re among the millions of people who experience chronic knee pain, even a small weight loss can help reduce pain and lower the risk of osteoarthritis (OA). Obesity rates in Singapore has also been rapidly […]