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

Vinegar - A Fat Burner?

A recent research in Japan (published on the web on May 26, 2009 by the American Chemical Society) found that vinegar can help prevent accumulation of body fat and weight gain.

Tomoo Kondo and his colleagues found that laboratory mice fed a high fat diet and given acetic acid seemed to have up to 10% less body fat than other mice fed only a high fat diet, suggesting acetic acid suppresses accumulation of body fat and liver lipids. The results of this research also showed that acetic acid turns on genes for fat oxidation enzymes in the body to prevent the fat accumulation.

Nutritional Therapy for Children with Autism

Nutritional therapy for children with autism may help to reduce symptoms such as hypersensitivity, poor concentration, unstable moods, violence, sleep difficulty and etc.

Scientific studies have shown that many children with autism have difficulty breaking down certain proteins. It is believed that these partially digested peptides can act as morphine-like substances in the brain, which may cause chronic damages to the central nervous system and therefore contribute to undesirable symptoms of autism.

Lose Weight Effectively (Part 3)

Weight loss plans are all about mathematics. Please see below all the important calculation/figures for you to lose weight effectively.

Anti-Breast Cancer Diet

More women than ever before are surviving breast cancer due to better awareness, screening and improved treatments. However, some of these breast cancer survivors feel anxious or depressed, particularly about the possibility of the cancer coming back. Therefore, looking after the physical and emotional well being continues to be important after the breast cancer treatment is complete.  

Lose Weight Effectively (Part 2)

It has been a while since I wrote the Part 1. I hope that those of you who have successfully gone through the milestones that I mentioned in Part 1 have lost some extra weight and are now ready to join the weight loss journey again for more achievements.

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