This is an easy recipe for tom yum soup, a popular sour and spicy Thai soup with bold flavours. It contains lemongrass, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, chilli and lime for a most authentic taste. At only 97 calories per serving, this … Continue reading Tom Yum Soup Recipe to Spice Up Your Life – Only 97 Calories!
This quick and easy pumpkin and tofu skewers have the essence of the main Asian-style marinade. Although tofu and pumpkin on their own can be bland, this recipe is anything but! Peanut oil, ginger, soy sauce, sesame seed and chilli, … Continue reading Asian-esque Squash and Tofu Skewers Recipe
Everybody loves a quick and easy stir-fry. Here’s a delicious, easy and speedy black pepper lamb recipe that’ll satisfy the whole family. It has amazing colours from the bounty of vegetables and packs a seriously powerful flavour punch. Here, we … Continue reading Zingy Black Pepper Lamb Recipe that Packs a Fragrant Punch
Recently I’ve been getting a lot of questions from people confused about the whole milk vs. low fat debate. From Time articles, The Guardian, Daily Mail, Natural Medicine “experts“, Men’s Journal articles, and even dietitians on Huffington Post. How are … Continue reading Whole Milk vs. Low Fat: A Complete Low-Down on Which Is Best
You and your family will love this easy, hearty and delicious oatmeal pancakes recipe! This will bound to be your go-to recipe on lazy Sunday mornings when going out for an expensive brunch seems too troublesome. Feel free to add … Continue reading Oatmeal Pancakes Recipe: Family Favourite to Get You Out of Bed!
Lettuce Wraps are a fun, gorgeous-looking and healthy appetiser of minced chicken (or prawn, tofu crumbs, lean beef or pork if you prefer) wrapped in juicy lettuce cups. Usually they’re served with a savoury hoisin dipping sauce, but we’ve already … Continue reading Refreshing Lettuce Wraps Recipe Bursting with Flavour
Do you think dietitians in Singapore are just counting calories all day long? It couldn’t be further from the truth! Our roles are much more diverse than this. Many people think of diets as restrictive or dietitians as being food … Continue reading Dietitians in Singapore – What do we do? All your Questions Answered!
One thing I truly love about this Banana Blueberry Ice Cream is how indulgent it can feel even if it’s not ‘cheat day’ without needing an ice cream machine. It’s a true epitome of the adage “Have your cake (or … Continue reading 3 Minute Banana Blueberry Ice Cream Recipe
The Indian equivalent of creamed spinach, spinach paneer (aka saag or palak paneer) is a classic dish of iron-rich spinach with cubes of fried paneer cheese. Some recipes are super creamy while others are milder and healthier. Here we combine … Continue reading How to Make Authentic Spinach Paneer
Say “cream of mushroom” and people conjure up unpalatable memories of salty, stodgy canned soup that features in dreary dinners when there’s no food left in the fridge. I can’t blame you; images of a yellow mush cylinder inverted on … Continue reading Healthiest Cream of Mushroom Soup Recipe
Soba (or buckwheat) noodles, which are made with wheat and buckwheat flour, are refreshing hot or cold. As 100% buckwheat soba noodles can be too brittle, most soba noodles have wheat flour added. The percentage of buckwheat flour in soba … Continue reading One Dish Meal: Chicken and Vegetable Buckwheat Noodles
Monsoon season is in full force in Singapore with the end of November forecasted as the start of wet season, and exercising in rainy weather has become an inevitable chore. Your umbrella’s probably become your best friend (and hopefully not … Continue reading Exercising in Rainy Weather – 10 Easiest Indoor Workouts