Mental Health: Early Intervention

       In a world full of chaos and stress, seeking a therapist has become more of a necessity than an option. Early intervention in mental health can help an individual to detect the mental changes and deal with it before it becomes dark, especially during this pandemic. An individual that...

The Anticancer Colours of the Cauliflower

Cauliflowers are one of the most valuable vegetables that are easily available in our country due to its anticancer properties. They are rich in vitamin C, potassium, and folate. Based on the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA), a cup of raw cauliflower provides the human body with 50% of vitamin C...

Glocalink Singapore invests in Nomatech to explore business opportunities in Japan.

From Right: Prof Dr Wickneswari Ratnam, Dr Yukihiro Maru, Dr Kengo Suzuki and Mrs Sharifah Nur Rahimah Syed Alias Glocalink Singapore is led by entrepreneurs with diverse background in biotechnology, agricultural machinery, education, food & technology. They provide strategic capital & networks of leading corporations, investors, and technologists to build...

Carrots, the Secret to Night Vision!

Carrots well known for their benefits to have healthy eyes are indeed a great healthy snack for children to adults who are dieting. Carrots consist of high levels of beta carotene, a compound that is converted into vitamin A by the body. Vitamin A plays an enormous role in preventing...

Colourful Cabbages

Cabbages come in different colours such as purple and green from various regions around the world. It is also an abundant vegetable that can be found in our country. They are an excellent source of vitamin C, potassium, and fiber. Purple cabbage contains twice the amount of vitamin C that...

Banana – The food genius!

This genius self-sealed portable fruit is one of the most abundant fruits in our country and among the healthiest foods in the world. Each banana consists of about 100 calories and is rich in potassium, vitamin B6, folate and fiber. A medium-sized banana provides 45% of the Recommended Diet Allowance...

Ginger, the folk remedy

Ginger has a long history as part of traditional remedies in various cultures. These days, it has been scientifically proven that ginger holds much medicinal benefits. It has been scientifically proven that a terpenoid that can be found in ginger called beta ionone, exhibits anticancer properties that helps slow down...

The Coconut Nut

Malaysians use coconut in a variety of ways from nonfood to food products. When cooking, adding a healthy amount of coconut can benefit as coconut is a useful source of iron and fiber. Coconut water, the sweet colourless fluid in the heart of the nut is fat-free and greatly aids...

Chestnuts, the Nutrient-packed Carbohydrates!

Chestnuts or water chestnuts are one of the most underestimated nuts by most people. Chestnuts are almost completely made of carbohydrates with a low fat and calorie content that are high in natural sugar. They are rich in nutrients such as folate, vitamin C, thiamine (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2),...

Celery Calorie

One of the biggest aspects of weight loss is a healthy diet. Often, people worry about their calorie intake and at the same time try to ensure they consume all the necessary nutrients. Despite containing 95% of water by weight, celery has a high fiber content that makes it filling....