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
Hidden Sugar In today’s lifestyle, many people turned to packaged food for convenient and cheap food choices. But little do they realised that packaged food is where you can find hidden sugar, even in the savoury food! Whilst it is … Continue reading Oh My Sugar! Is Added Sugar Hidden In Plain Sight?
Rice and rice dishes are a staple of many cultures across the world. According to The Rice Society, there are over 40, 000 types of rice cultivated worldwide! White jasmine rice is much-loved here in Singapore and overseas. But recently, whole grain and … Continue reading Egg Biryani with Brown Basmati Rice
You may not realise, but much of what you eat actually synergises when you’re combining foods. This is known as ‘food synergy’, and that means that combining foods can maximise their health and nutritional benefits. There is a lot of … Continue reading Combining Foods to Maximise Nutrition and Pack a Punch to Your Meal
Briyani rice, chicken rice, olive rice and butter rice are popular flavoured rice options found in eateries and restaurants. We cannot deny the fact that they are delicious and adds good flavour to the meal. However, did you know that these … Continue reading Making a Boring Pot of Rice Taste Amazing: Tomato Rice Bowl
I first knew about energy balls when I was a dietetics student at my university and observing a healthy cooking talk with a senior. She was making energy balls as a healthier snack for kids, and I was impressed with … Continue reading Chocolate Matcha Balls – Scrumptious and Antioxidant Punch!
Durian – the thorny king of fruit, one of the things that you either love or hate. The flesh inside this dangerous-looking fruit has unquestionably gained quite a reputation, mainly due to the way it smells. In fact, the smell is … Continue reading The Yummiest Durian Dessert to Fall in Love With
Managing blood glucose is very challenging for people with diabetes, especially in carbs portion control. When it comes to eating noodle or pasta, it is hard to not have a second helping! What if there is a noodle that contains … Continue reading Konjac Noodle for Diabetes as a Noodle Substitute
Say Kimchi! If you ever hang out with the Koreans, you would know that that’s what they would say when taking a picture. The very first time I heard about it, I thought it was adorable. Korean culture has travelled … Continue reading Vegetarian Kimchi Stew: A Bowl Of Happiness
Are you confused about your diabetes medications? Considering how many different types there are, it’s normal to get a bit overwhelmed! So to save you trying to sort through all the information available, we’ve put this guide together. It simplifies … Continue reading Common Diabetes Medications in Singapore