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    All about sugar
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    1. What is Sugar? Sugar is a carbohydrate that occurs naturally in many types of food. It can occur naturally in foods such as milk, fruits, honey and certain vegetables. Sugar is also commonly used to improve the taste and flavour of our food. This is known as added sugar.
     All about probiotics
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    What Are Probiotics? Probiotics are good bacteria and yeasts that live naturally in our bodies. Unlike some bad bacteria and yeasts which cause people to fall sick, probiotics keep our body healthy. They help to digest food and can reduce the growth of harmful bacteria in your stomach and intestines.
    Eat mindfully
    (0) Eat mindfully
    Some people may put on some weight over the festive season or on special occasions due to the extra calories gained from snacks and treats. The normal recommended daily calorie intake is 2200 kcal for men and 1800 kcal for women. Some reports show that people tend to eat two to three times of the daily recommended calorie intake during festive seasons! Although special occasions and festive seasons are meant for joy and celebration, being aware o
     All about gut health
    (0) All about gut health
    Signs of an unhealthy gut The balance of "good" and "bad" bacteria can be affected by factors such as illnesses, diet change or lifestyle changes. Here are possible signs of an unhealthy gut:
     All about fat​
    (0) All about fat​
    1. What is Fat? Fat and oil are high in calories. They are often added during cooking or in the preparation of food products. It is one of the main parts of a complete diet and provides energy to the body.
    All about salt​
    (0) All about salt​
    1. What is Salt? Salt (sodium chloride) contains 40% sodium. Sodium is one of the many important substances needed by the human body. It is commonly found in sauces (e.g. soy sauce, tomato sauce, chilli sauce and oyster sauce), preservatives and canned food.