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Reach your #healthgoals

Ever wondered how you can achieve your optimum health without relying on pills or supplements? We have the perfect solution for you and guess what; it is completely natural and delicious AKA food! Clinical nutritionist Dr Katrina Gallagher explains that reaching your #healthgoals is so much easier when you pay attention to what you eat every day – in quality and quantity. It is often said that you are what you eat, meaning the food that one consumes has an impact on one’s mind and health. Recommended by Dr Katrina, here are some of the top health goals and the best ways to reach them, through your food! Did you know there are recipes specifically in support of these health goals on  – a new dietary service launched in Singapore recently? Boost Immunity Our bodies need plenty of vitamin A, C and E – as well enough of copper, iron and zinc to heal us and to protect us from falling sick. The best way to get these is cooking with brightly coloured veget

Product Insights by John Sawers, Head of Product

Recently we brought John Sawers, Head of Product at MyDoc, into the studio to give us some product insights into making a viable product in today’s technology landscape. Read on to know more about why the healthcare industry is the place to be at and how our product can help patients improve their healthcare experience. 1 . How can we make healthcare technology easier for the elders to use? Elders are increasingly active on technology platforms these days. In 2014, 76% and 34% of elders aged 50 to 59 and 60 and above , respectively, use a smartphone to access the internet .  Smartphone technology can bring greater convenience to the seniors’ lives. It helps them connect with their children and grandchildren as well as navigate them when they are on the go, manages their health, and acts as their source of entertainment. Despite the high percentage of seniors’ smartphone usage, the divide is still present. Current technologies are too complicated for seniors to use. Simpl

Delicious and Nutritious Oatmeal Tofu Crepe Recipe

Oatmeal tofu crepes can be an interesting meal. Oatmeal and tofu is the perfect combination for a nutritious meal. Here is a healthy recipe for the dish as well as the science behind the goodness. Since tofu is produced from soy milk and soybean is said to be the only vegetable that contains complete protein, that makes tofu one of the most nutritious foods in the world. Also, it is common knowledge that oatmeal reduces cholesterol and contains unique antioxidants. Read on to find out how to cook this delicious and extremely healthy recipe. Ingredients For Crepes ¾ cup Healthier Choice Symbol (HCS) rolled oats ¾ cup HCS wholemeal flour 1 ½ tbsp HCS oil 1 garlic cloves, finely minced ½ tsp salt 2 cups of water Filling for Crepes 300 g of firm tofu, cut into 1 cm cubes 1 broccoli, cut into small florets 250 g pumpkin, diced into ½ cm cubes 10 pcs french beans, cut into small pieces 1 medium onion, chopped 1 medium tomato, diced 2 garlic cloves, minced Salt to