Colour your day with our Rainbowlicious Soba Salad recipe. This simple yet tasty soba noodle salad is a perfect lunch! Because it’s so colourful, it might just work on your appetite. Colour plays an important role in food. It could … Continue reading Rainbowlicious Soba Salad
Ever noticed the increasing popularity of fermented foods on the supermarket shelves? In particular, there’s a recent rise in the availability of fermented drinks such as kefir and kombucha. The price of these could be the new reason (besides coffee … Continue reading Fermented Foods Are The New Superfood?
Looking for a simple yet impressive dish? You’ll find it in this avocado and salmon stack! The typical fare for most people on Valentine’s day is an expensive restaurant meal outside with inflated pricing just on the 14th of the … Continue reading Avocado and Salmon Stack
What in the world is Quorn bolognese?! Quorn is a genius meat-free protein that is highly versatile. It is not very well known particularly in Asian countries, as it originates from the United Kingdom and is primarily sold in Europe. … Continue reading Quorn Bolognese With Wholewheat Spaghetti
Meat dumplings is a significant dish for Chinese New Year. The significance arises from its resemblance to an ingot, which represents wealth. Pork and prawn vegetable dumplings is my personal favourite to make at home. It is fun to prepare … Continue reading Pork And Prawn Vegetable Dumplings To Roll In The Wealth
I love avocados. Avocado is a versatile ingredient used in appetisers, mains and desserts. Both Asian and Western cuisines include the avocado. Talk about being culturally appropriate! This mint avocado pasta salad is highly satisfying and takes just 15 minutes … Continue reading Mint Avocado Pasta Salad- Savour the Freshness
Portion control is a good way to control your calories intake. Especially for people with diabetes, it is important to control carbohydrate portion for blood glucose management. It may be easier to estimate the carbohydrate serving size of whole foods … Continue reading How to Read Carbohydrates on Food Labels
Ever wondered what it takes to keep your bones strong and healthy? Check out our bone health guide and build the strongest bones you can! Your skeleton may seem like a rigid structure but it’s actually an always changing, active … Continue reading How to Build the Strongest Bones You Can!
Bored of the usual lifestyle and healthy eating advice? To spice up your diabetes management, this article will reveal a list of foods that lower blood glucose based on best available research. Consider these as a complement to your current … Continue reading List of Foods That Lower Blood Glucose Naturally
This simple guacamole recipe is super easy to make. It will only take you 10 minutes (from start to finish), a perfect food for the last minute party. Guacamole is a traditional Mexican food, this totally makes sense, as Mexico … Continue reading A Simple Guacamole Recipe You Must Try- Glycoleap
It’s Monday night, you arrive home from work, later than planned, utterly exhausted and starving. You pull open the fridge to find one sad carrot, half a tub of yoghurt and a slightly mouldy block of cheese. Of course, you … Continue reading 5-Minute Pea Soup
Walking down the aisle in a supermarket nowadays, you are likely to see more shelves dedicated to organic food. Their price can sometimes be three to four times more expensive than the conventional ones. One of the latest reports by … Continue reading Should You Go Organic? Five Organic Food Facts You Need to Know! – Glycoleap