When life gives you Mandarin Oranges, make… Mandarin Orange Chicken! πŸŠπŸ”πŸŠ (Part II)

🐭 新年快乐!Happy Chinese New Year! 🐭 Craving for a savoury dish but worried about your calorie and fat intake with all the CNY feasting? Presenting to you Part II of our CNY recipe, our Mandarin Orange Chicken (金鸑ζŠ₯ε–œ) - a healthier version prepared by our dietitians. Enjoy the treat! 🍊🍊 Try out this delicious goodness... Continue Reading →

When life gives you Mandarin Oranges, make… Mandarin Orange Upside Down Cake! 🍊🍊 (Part I)

🧧🧧 ζ­ε–œε‘θ΄’! 🧧🧧 Mandarin oranges have always been considered as a traditional symbol of good fortune. The orange hue of the fruit is also said to symbolise "gold" - making it a very auspicious fruit! 🍊🍊 Introducing the Mandarin Orange Upside Down Cake (金金糕升), a delicious and healthy treat prepared by our dietitians which is... Continue Reading →

Facts on Fats

Fats are essential to our health. They play an important role in our body, for example, providing energy, acting as a cushion to protect vital organs and transporting fat-soluble vitamins such as vitamin A which is good for eye health. A moderate good amount of fats is needed in the diet. However, fat may lead... Continue Reading →

Recipes: Snappy Wholegrain Snack Ideas

If you missed out on our previous blog post or if you are new to wholegrains, click on this link to find out more. A study looking at how wholegrain intake can be improved found that amongst all factors taken into consideration, the taste and flavour (sensory analysis) of wholegrains and routine use of wholegrains... Continue Reading →

Happy Healthy Diwali

What is Diwali without tasty goodies, but who said healthy can't be tasty? Enjoy a healthier festive season by making some small changes. See below for some simple swaps that can make you and your loved ones healthier this Diwali! Other practical tips: Limit yourself to 2 - 3 pieces of snacks, or less if... Continue Reading →

Adding a Healthier Twist to Raya!

During holiday seasons, evidence has shown that people tend to gain weight – and that this weight does not return to their pre-holiday weight until around 6 months later, if at all. Thus, even though some weight may be lost during the fasting month of Ramadan, once the festivities begin, weight gain may follow, which... Continue Reading →

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