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The More You Use Condiments the More You Want It The More You Use Condiments the More You Want It
Rhoda added,changes in eating habits may result in changes in taste preferences.Humans perceive tastes through taste buds clustered in tongue.After our taste buds have adapted to a certain taste,a higher intensity of taste might be required to achieve the original level of sensation.When cooking at home,Rhoda...
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Ready-made Sauces are High in Salt and Fat Ready-made Sauces are High in Salt and Fat
Rhoda says,it is also important to be vigilant on the salt content of ready-made cooking sauces such as soy sauces,oyster sauces,fish sauces,chicken powders,XO sauces and spicy sauces,as they could increase our sodium consumption.It is recommended that sodium consumption should be limited to no more...
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Natural Herbs Enhance Flavours and Aromas Natural Herbs Enhance Flavours and Aromas
Food seasonings have been an integral part of both Eastern and Western cuisines.Rightly added to foods,they not only enhance flavours but also reduce unpleasant odours. Rhoda,a registered dietitian,shares a variety of natural seasonings,which are healthy choices for making delicious...
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Have a Healthy and Balanced Diet Have a Healthy and Balanced Diet
Fion CHOW, accredited Practising Dietitian (DAA, AUS) and Assistant Treasurer of Hong Kong Dietitians Association, suggests to choose different types and colours of fresh and seasonal vegetables as different vegetables offer different types of nutrients and phytochemicals. Eggplants in purple colour...
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How Much Vegetables Do We Need Every Day? How Much Vegetables Do We Need Every Day?
Fion CHOW, accredited Practising Dietitian (DAA, AUS) and Assistant Treasurer of Hong Kong Dietitians Association, said ,“ Research suggests that eating adequate amounts of vegetables can reduce the risk of developing various diseases and health problems like hypertension, diabetes, heart diseases,...
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