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Multivitamins are often taken to prevent heart disease, cancer and other ailments. There is no proof they work in these respects, but a new study has shown they help improve memory function.
The transition into menopause can be a hard time for women, but the right diet can help to reduce symptoms. A nutritional therapist and female hormone health specialist reveal what to eat and what to avoid.
As vegan sushi grows in popularity, a Los Angeles-based Japanese chef at the forefront of the movement talks about her mission to ‘evolve sushi’ using local produce.
Social media has been awash with bone broth recipes, touting its health benefits. Here is why veggie broth – without the bones – can be even more healthy.
Such diet products probably don’t help reduce body fat in the long term and instead are linked with a higher risk of diabetes and heart disease.
It’s not always easy to nod off in an unfamiliar bed, which is why luxury hotels are adding therapists and dedicated programmes that beat counting sheep
The Nanyang Technological University study found that Asians with an excess amount of visceral fat tend to have poorer cognitive performance, which affects their ability to think, learn and remember.
The four pillars of good health are good sleep, exercise, nutrition and stress management, a Mayo Clinic doctor explains. Pay extra attention to one of them and the others will all improve.
We all know that drinking red wine and eating dark chocolate is that guilty pleasure we don’t need to feel too guilty about when it’s done minimally – but what ingredient makes it so healthy?
Reduce your risk of suffering from cancer, diabetes, depression, heart disease, obesity and gout by limiting sugary drinks to one a week, say the authors of a study on the impact of sugar consumption.
The new global beauty market of vitamin A, beta-carotene and retinol supplements is expected to reach US$8.3 billion by 2030 – so how exactly do they work?
Stephanie Tan, the founder of wellness brand Nooci, talks about the principles of traditional Chinese medicine and why it is important to take care of yourself through food.
Zoey Gong, a TCM food therapist and registered dietitian, talks about why she cooks using TCM principles – as documented in her new cookbook “The Five Elements” – and how it changed her life.
Drinking more water isn’t always a good thing … H2O might be the baseline for healthy skin, but it doesn’t necessarily fix acne or wrinkles … try these 3 dermatologist-approved hacks instead
Banned veterinary drug detected in pork crisps from a popular Thai brand, Consumer Council reveals.
Two years after Singapore gave the greenlight to lab-grown meat for human consumption, mass production has yet to start. Early signs show that it’s harder to turn profits with everyday meats.
Nutritional yeast has a nutty, savoury taste similar to Parmesan cheese, and is packed with B vitamins and antioxidants, making it a favourite among vegans and vegetarians, who often call it an ‘umami bomb’.
An executive in Hong Kong lost 30kg in seven months after joining a gym and hiring a personal trainer. Her lifestyle changes have helped her overcome her many health issues.
As well as being the world’s most expensive spice, saffron has health benefits from preventing diabetes to improving libido.
A nutritional therapist shares her favourite restaurants in Hong Kong, from a spot where the chefs ‘create magic’ in the kitchen to a place that makes chocolate from scratch.
Victoria Beckham is known for her flawless complexion and fit physique that she’s maintained ever since she sprung to fame through the Spice Girls – so how does she do it?
Lowering cholesterol, reducing stroke and heart attack risks, promoting brain health and muscle endurance; these are some of the benefits of eating five everyday superfoods.
The golden powdered protein, that looks a little like turmeric and is said to have a delicate umami flavour, is made of air, microbes and solar energy.
A vegetarian since 2017 and a fan of yoga, Elaine Tai shares her favourite meat-free restaurants in Hong Kong for Japanese and Chinese food, and brunch.
Gisele Bündchen is known for having a world-class wellness regime, but some of her routines are quirkier than others, from oil pulling to healing therapy …
Spurred by her wardrobe of clothes that didn’t fit, Hong Kong mother and former teacher Vandana Desai embarked on a two-year fitness journey.
Used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years, edible flowers contain essential vitamins and minerals that bestow health benefits from reducing acne to overcoming constipation.
People in the earth’s five ‘Blue Zones’ live the longest, healthiest lives – here’s why, from eating more beans, nuts and sourdough bread to cutting down on meat, dairy and sugar.