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Dr Michael MacDonald, Senior Consultant Cardiologist at the Harley Street Heart & Vascular Centre, speaks to ForLife about the dangers of these environmental pollutants on our body and heart health.
by Jenna Cheong | 29 Mar 2023
Intermittent fasting decreases the risk of type 2 diabetes and helps men rise to the occasion, so to speak.
by Kassey Ferouz | 3 Nov 2021
Common mistakes while making healthy meals according to Alexandra Prabaharan, a nutritionist and caterer, and Raihan Yacob, a fitness trainer and nutritionist.
by Shaila Dass | 5 Aug 2021
The nutritional benefits of durian according to dietitian Izabel Kerner and TCM practitioner Emily Gan Siou Wen
by Shaila Dass | 15 Jul 2021
With Aidiladha around the corner, we cast the spotlight on red meat consumption and its impact on our health with Ms Mary Easaw, Consultant Dietitian at Cardiac Vascular Sentral Kuala Lumpur
by Jenna Cheong | 4 Jul 2021
Chocolate has been accused of corroding teeth and expanding waistlines but a recent meta-study says that it is good for cardiovascular health
by Jenna Cheong | 30 Apr 2021
The do’s and don’ts of fasting, according to a cardiologist With the holy month of Ramadan...
by For Life Editorial | 29 Jul 2020
For Life interviewed Dr Michael MacDonald, senior consultant cardiologist from the Harley Street...
by For Life Editorial | 19 Jul 2018
When prescribing diet plans for diabetics, endocrinologists and dietitians often make...
by For Life Editorial | 12 Jun 2018
Why we need fats in our diet and shedding a light on coconut oil and its health benefits.
by For Life Editorial | 30 Jun 2016
The rise of childhood obesity is a worldwide problem and a multi-faceted one at that. According to...
by For Life Editorial | 14 May 2016
Fresh herbs can make all the difference even in simple dishes, and the best way to have a constant fresh supply of them is to grow them yourself.