The Key To Healthy Pregnancy And Nursing – What Mummies Need To Know About Their Immune System

Did you know that your immune system plays a big part in helping you get pregnant, stay pregnant and deliver your baby? However, this also leaves you more susceptible to infections as your immune system is in a state of flux while your body undergoes some really intense changes during pregnancy. Here’s what to expect …

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Paleo for a week!

The premise for the paleo diet is simple – eat like how your ancestors would eat. That means no processed foods, no dairy, sugar, grains and most vegetable oils.  We’ve collated a week’s worth of paleo recipes for you to try. Breakfast Paleo Hash with Sausage and Sweet Potato [ https://www.paleonewbie.com/paleo-hash-with-sausage-sweet-potato/ ]  Bell Pepper Eggs …

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Decoding Mood and Food

Have you noticed yourself or your family members feeling a persistent, unshakeable feeling of unhappiness, or seem unable to laugh and smile as much as you did before? It may not be your circumstances, but your body’s internal inability to make the happiness hormones of serotonin and dopamine, that are essential to creating that feeling …

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What’s Your Craving?

Nutritionists believe that our cravings are rooted in nutritional deficiencies. So, what could those cravings mean?  We empathise with every mother who is struggling with cravings that are hard to deny, yet trying to stick to a specific diet due to religion, personal beliefs or other reasons. Check out our guide below for possible substitutions! …

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Cultivating Good Eating Habits

In sunny Singapore, food is an essential and core part of our culture. Be it during festivities, family gatherings, special occasions, we celebrate all of them with food!  However, our love of food, if not properly managed and controlled, can result in health conditions such as diabetes, gout, heart problems and obesity. “Less serious” problems …

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Pumpkin Squash Soup Recipe

This full-bodied soup is full of flavour from the natural sweetness of pumpkin or butternut squash (your choice, or both!) As mummies ourselves, we’re fans of how this is relatively easy to prep, with very little stove time so you can keep an eye on the kids.  This recipe is easy to make and easy …

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Chia Seed Pudding Recipe

This healthy dessert made from chia seeds will be a cold treat your kids will look forward to! Make it in advance, pop it in the fridge and enjoy whenever you’re craving something sweet. Ranked no. 5 on the World’s Most Nutritious Foods list, Chia seeds are a powerhouse of fibre, protein, calcium, manganese, magnesium …

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Inflammatory Foods to Avoid

Inflammatory foods to avoid Much of the literature out there is very Western-focused, so we’ve taken it upon ourself to hit the ground, do the research, read the labels and customise this list for Asian kitchens. With our help, we hope that you and your family can gain a deeper and better understanding of how …

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Eating Well, Eating Right

Eating Well, Eating Right Most of us would fondly remember the food pyramid being taught to us in schools, but with more scientific studies and research conducted on food and nutrition, the Health Promotion Board launched its new My Healthy Plate in 2014, to reflect the significant changes in its nutrition recommendations. (source: HealthHub SG) …

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