Many of us love Chinese New Year feasts, but getting carried away with indulgences can increase the risk of digestion issues, and, if made habit, pose other health problems. Here’s a guide to enjoying festive indulgences, as healthily as possible.
Gout used to be known as ‘rich man’s disease’ because it stemmed from having a diet full of food that only the rich could afford.
Children can develop allergic reactions to food. This article discusses the symptoms and treatment of food allergy and differentiates food allergy from food intolerance.
Christmas. For many of us, it’s THE time to feast! Here’s a list of festive favourites – with some tweaks – so that your feasts can be both healthy and delicious.
Paediatrician Dr Petrina Wong answers some commonly asked questions about caring for a baby.
Proteins are the building blocks of our body. However, taking excess amount of protein can be of no use and cause damage to your body.
Lactose intolerance is a common condition which affects an estimated 65% of people worldwide. If you are lactose intolerant, try these nutritious non-dairy alternatives to milk, yoghurt, butter and cheese.
Going through gall bladder removal surgery requires you to undergo a diet change. Read on to find out the best foods to eat after gall bladder surgery.
Is dairy really good for you? Read on to find out the benefits and health complications associated with dairy.
If you want healthy skin that is smooth and supple, these are the best foods to eat. Read on to find out more.
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