“I eat a healthy diet”. What does that mean? It’s very subjective and heavily influenced by our upbringing, the media, our friends and specialists like doctors and nutritionists. For some, eating healthy might mean avoiding fast food like McDonald’s. For others it might mean following a plant based regime. And for others still it might mean avoiding all processed foods. But none of these principles takes into account the real top 3 reasons why your healthy diet is actually not working for you!
If you’ve been struggling with problems like weight gain, fatigue, sleep issues, allergies, inflammation, auto-immune conditions and leaky gut then you've probably tried a number of different diets, supplements and other solutions to try and fix your problems. And it's not easy! However, one of the least know cures is also free and one of the simplest. And once you fix your gut issues then you also fix immune problems, sleepless nights, boost your energy and start feeling better all round.
There are several health benefits that can be achieved from going on a plant based vegan diet. But you can also get the same benefits whilst still including meat and fish in your diet without the consequences of muscle wasting and impaired cognitive function. Here's 5 reasons why.
Research has shown that whilst the quality of the produce you consume is important, it is also equally significant to look at the times at which you eat during the day. Getting this wrong leads to weight gain, or accumulated weight around the mid section, poor insulin/blood sugar regulation and elevated stress. In this article we'll explain how bio-circadian nutrition works and why it’s the most beneficial eating approach for everyone across the planet in the long run.
Viruses have been around since the dawn of the Earth. The Coronavirus, Swine Flu, SARS and MERS have all been more recent and virulent strains that have had unfortunate consequences. In this series of videos we show you how to add the right foods, avoid the wrong ones and balance out your diet to boost your immune system naturally through nutrition.
After spending 10 days in Okinawa, doing some "boots on the ground" research, it appears that their diet in lifestyle is, in reality, quite different than that purported by the Western media. So what are the secrets to Okinawan longevity and how can Singaporean's benefit from this knowledge?
There is so much talk these days in Singapore about what’s the best diet for weight loss and good health. Paleo, vegan, vegetarian, low fat, low carb or ketogenic. So much confusion and controversy. That's why we've decided to tackle this "meaty" topic and clear everything up for you here.
The interest in gluten in Singapore has increased by almost 900% in the last decade according to Google Trends. We know it’s something to do with food. We know that it’s not good for some people. But do we know what it is and should we really care? Have you been sitting on a fence worrying about whether to exclude gluten/wheat/grains from your diet or not but paralysed with indecision? Worry not, we are here to help you!
There is so much confusion in Singapore surrounding the topic of good and bad fats that we thought it was time to clear things up once and for all. In this article we define what industrial oils and fats are, how they are produced, the dangers of consuming them and most importantly we'll share the best sources of oils and fats to help your body thrive.
In parts 1 and 2 of of this series on water quality in Singapore we looked at chlorine, fluoride and other toxins in your water supply. In part 3 we summarise all of the available solutions, such as water filters and bottled water, for eliminating the nasties in your drinking water in this ultimate guide to Singapore water filters.