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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

5 Exercises to Prevent Chronic Illnesses

"5 Exercises to Prevent Chronic Illnesses" by Health Promotion Board, 6 Jan 2021, http://www.healthhub.sg Prevent chronic conditions or chronic illnesses with these exercises that will make your weekly physical activities fun and varied. Chronic Illnesses such as cardiovascular (heart and blood vessel) disease, cancer and diabetes are among the most common and costly health problems in Singapore and account for about two-thirds of deaths. Preventing them can be a simple matter of a healthy diet and regular exercises. A study released by the World Health Organisation recommends approximately 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity or 75 minutes of

5 Wellness Habits that Could Change Your Life

"Mental Wellness Is About the Little Habits Too" by Health Promotion Board, 7 Dec 2020, http://www.healthhub.sg Exercise, daydream about the future — these are just some ways to improve our mental wellbeing. What other mental health habits can we adopt? When things are going well and we are not stressed out, take time to “smell the flowers” — to spend time on some of the “little things” that help us to be more emotionally resilient and improve our mental wellbeing. These mental health habits will not only help us stay emotionally healthy and on track with our health

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