NUTRITION

NUTRITION

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  1. A child eating.

    Commentary: When is your child’s fussy eating a serious medical problem?

    Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder afflicts many adults and needs medical intervention. Before that happens, you can take some steps to ...
  2. Snacks (Photo: Pixabay)

    Commentary: Distracted snacking could put your health and waistline at risk

    Most people do not realise how easy it is to over-consume calories while snacking, says an expert.
  3. Which Bread Is Best For Me?
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    Ep 28: Which Bread Is Best For Me?

    From white to wholemeal, multigrain and now even fancy varieties like spelt, sprouted and even Keto bread! How can you tell which bread is best ...
  4. File photo of a man eating instant noodles

    High on ease, low on nutrition: Instant noodle diet harms Asian kids

  5. School lunches in Japan are mandatory -- no packed lunches allowed -- and while they are not free

    School lunches keep Japan's kids topping nutrition lists

  6. New Content Item

    Medical education not covering basics of nutrition

  7. Expiry date potato chips bag crunch crispy poisoning safety

    Commentary: Overweight yet undernourished? The hidden effects of junk food consumption

    Despite societies around the world getting more affluent, problems related to lack of essential nutrients in our diet are creeping back, says NUS ...
  8. A young girl eating fruits

    There's a weight-loss app for kids? Some think it will lead to eating disorders and depression

    The launch of Weight Watchers’ new Kurbo app, which is designed for children as young as eight years old, has opened up debate about how to the ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: A DuPont logo is pictured on the research center in Meyrin near Geneva

    DuPont considers sale of nutrition and biosciences unit - CNBC

    Industrial materials maker DuPont is considering the sale of its nutrition and biosciences unit, CNBC said in a tweet on Tuesday, citing a report.
  10. wooden disposable chopsticks

    Commentary: Salt, China’s deadly food habit

    Most salt consumed in China comes from the salt added while cooking, Monique Tan, PhD researcher at Queen Mary University London, points out.