Caleb our Dietician, sharing with participants on the concepts and methods in making healthy and delectable smoothies. In the session, Caleb demonstrated some smoothie recipes and incorporated various superfoods like Euglena P-3, turmeric extracts, green tea extracts, cruciferous vegetable extracts, and whey protein isolate, into the smoothies. With this, the smoothies can be a friendly and interesting way to supplement our daily diet.
According to the Singapore Cancer Registry Annual Registry Report 2015, around 35 new cancer cases are diagnosed every day. Through 2015 to 2017, the percentage of total death in Singapore contributed by cancers is ranked number 1 among other causes like stroke, heart diseases and diabetes, with 29.1% out of 20,905 death cases in the year of 2017. The alarming data necessitates the summon of avengers that can salvage us from cancer occurrence. Among the modifiable risk factors of cancers, dietary pattern is an important determinant in influencing cancer occurrence.
Validation of the whole-body benefits of green tea continues to grow.1-6
A human study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association found that consuming 5 or more cups of green tea daily was associated with a 26% lower risk of cardiovascular death.1
A meta-analysis found that for every 500 ml-per-day increase in green tea consumption (about 3 cups), the risk of cognitive disorders decreased 29%.2
Caleb our Dietician, sharing with lifestyle and health bloggers and magazine writers on how optimal nutrition and proper supplementation help to overcome the challenges after surgery. In his presentation, he highlighted the all-in-one microalgae Euglena as an ideal ingredient, which can be taken as health supplement, to support the different aspects of wound recovery.
Caleb our Dietician, discussing with the staffs of Singland on “Eat to Defy Aging” during Singland’s Wellness Day. In the session, Caleb discussed about different aspects of aging process and how diet, proper supplementation and lifestyle help to delay aging.
Scientists are discovering new ways that NAD+ facilitates healthy longevity.1-3
NAD+ levels markedly decline with age, creating an energy deficit that decreases the body’s ability to retain youthful function.4
To give you an idea how impactful NAD+ can be, by age 50 a typical person may have only half the NAD+ they did in youth. By age 80, NAD+ levels drop to only 1% to 10% expressed in youth.
Deficiency of NAD+ predisposes us to accelerated aging and impedes our ability to fully benefit from resveratrol.
Fortunately, it is easy to restore your cellular NAD+ to higher ranges.
Caleb our Dietician, sharing with DJ Ee Sim 逸芯and the listeners of Capital 95.8 FM 城市频道 regarding the importance of nutrition after operation. In the interview, Caleb also discussed about the truths and myths of food taboos.
Caleb our Dietician, discussing with participants on “Defying Aging”. In the session, Caleb revealed the dietary pattern and lifestyle of centenarians and how can we can adapt them into our daily life and live quality long life.