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Cut 100 Calories From Each Meal To Achieve A Healthy Weight

"Cut 100 Calories From Your Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Every Day" by Health Promotion Board, 9 December 2020, http://www.healthhub.sg Have you resolved to lose five kilograms but don’t know how to start? It does not have to be a monumental task. In fact, it can be as easy as reducing your calorie intake and cutting just 100 Calories from each of your daily meals. Shaving 100 Calories from each meal of breakfast, lunch and dinner will help towards a healthier weight. Here is a handy breakdown of how you can cut 100 Calories from favourite dishes at each

8 Dietary Guidelines Every Singaporean Must Know

"8 Singapore Dietary Guidelines You Must Know" by Health Promotion Board, 9 December 2020, http://www.healthhub.sg Did you know that there is a set of dietary guidelines for adult Singaporeans to guide us in adopting healthier eating habits? Unhealthy Eating Patterns Can Lead to Chronic Diseases Did you know that non-communicable (i.e. “non-contagious”) chronic diseases, like cancer, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes, are the leading cause of death in Singapore? One of the important ways to prevent and manage such diseases, of course, is through our diet. By changing our eating patterns and consistently making healthy food choices, we can

The Ultimate Guide to The Daily Nutrients Intake You Need

"Recommended Dietary Allowances" by Health Promotion Board, 21 October 2020, http://www.healthhub.sg The Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) refer to the recommended daily levels of nutrients to meet the needs of nearly all healthy individuals in a particular age and gender group Recommended Dietary Allowances for Normal Healthy Persons in Singapore (Children & Adolescents) Recommended Dietary Allowances for Normal Healthy Persons in Singapore (Children & Adolescents) Recommended Dietary Allowances for Normal Healthy Persons in Singapore (Adults) Recommended Dietary Allowances for Normal Healthy Persons in Singapore (Adults) Recommended Dietary Allowance for Calcium Notes: Energy Summary

Figuring Out Your Calorie Intake Isn’t Rocket Science – Here’s Why

"How Much Calories Do I Need A Day?" by Health Promotion Board, 7 December 2020, http://www.healthhub.sg If you're not already aware of your daily calorie intake, it’s time to start! Consuming more than you need will lead to weight gain. The recommended daily calorie intake for men and women are different. Figuring out Your Daily Calorie Intake Isn’t Rocket Science Being conscious of your calorie intake can help you maintain a healthy weight, or lose a few extra pounds if necessary. The average recommended daily caloric intake is 2200 calories for males, and 1800 calories for females. These

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