Private Dietitian can assist you with your dietary, nutritional and food related concerns, to meet your needs and goals for achieving optimum total well-being. We focus on your individual needs, offer friendly and practical suggestions to improve and enhance your health.

We are committed to optimising the health and well-being of people around us by providing education, motivation and support. We believe that food is one of the great pleasures of life and all food can be enjoyed as part of a well-balanced, healthy lifestyle

Vitamins and Breast Cancer

A Swedish study found that women who regularly took multivitamins were 19% more likely to develop a breast cancer than those who did not take multivitamins1.  35,329 women aged 49 to 83 years old took part in that study and were followed up for 10 years. The research found that women who had taken multivitamins for three years or more and those who took seven or more multivitamins a week were at increased risk of breast cancer compared to non-users.

Diet and Dementia

Dementia is an acquired brain disease, affecting a person’s mental ability, personality and behaviour. People with dementia commonly experience problems with memory and skills needed to carry out everyday activities. In Hong Kong, one in 10 people aged over 65 are diagnosed with dementia, with increase in incidence with advancing age1.

A Touch of Magical Spice to Control Your Diabetes

To most of us, cinnamon has been known as one of the stable spice in our household. It is often used to lift up the flavor of our desserts or appears as the warm and familiar scent dispersing from the candles throughout the living room. Who would ever imagine cinnamon beyond just an ordinary flavor or scent and can be used as a potential supplement for diabetic management?

WCRF Criticises Meat Industry Over Misleading Public Statement

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World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has accused the British meat industry of misleading the public by making factually inaccurate and potentially defamatory comments.

In a coordinated attack, the National Beef Association (NBA), the British Pig Executive (BPEX), the National Sheep Association (NSA) and the National Farmers’ Union (NFU) have issued statements suggesting that WCRF has misled the public with its recommendations on meat.

Two Eggs for Breakfast Enhances Weight Loss

Recent study shows that eating two eggs for breakfast, as part of a calorie-restricted diet, helps overweight adults lose more weight and have greater reduction in BMI, waist circumference and percent body fat than those who ate a bagel breakfast of equal calories1. Further, total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, did not differ between the groups.

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