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Let’s talk about sugar – the other white crystal

Wednesday, 19 October 2022, 12.30pm – 1pm.

Chi Tree Health, 168 Robinson Road, Capital Tower, Level 9.

What’s the talk about:

Sugar has a bittersweet reputation when it comes to health. Whilst it occurs naturally in fruit and vegetables, the problems occur when we consume too much added sugars found in the most unsuspected items in our pantry including flavored yogurts, cereals, soups, bread, and ketchup. High intake of added sugars are associated with chronic diseases such as heart diseases, diabetes, and obesity.

Why is it addictive? How much is ok, and how does our body respond to food loaded with sugar? We’ll address these questions with you, share ways to subtract added sugar, and how to strike the right balance.

Meet the speakers:
Amirah Rahmat
Nutrionist & Health Coach

Amirah has successfully helped individuals achieve their health and wellness goals by utilising behaviour change tools and strategies.

Amirah has a Bachelor's in food and human nutrition from Newcastle University in The United Kingdom. She is a qualified nutritionist recognised by the Singapore Nutrition and Dietetic Association (SNDA), and holds certificates in culinary health coaching and wellness counselling. Before joining Chi Tree Health, Amirah was the first Singapore-based health coach for Fitbit at Google.

Anne Swain
Co-Founder, The Whole Kitchen & Health Coach

Anne is on a mission to support everyone to be the best version of themselves through whole food nutrition and lifestyle choices. After years in the corporate world, she decided to put her passion into action, re-trained as a Health Coach and worked with hundreds clients to make positive changes for true health.

She co-founded The Whole Kitchen in 2015, to provide people with healthier gluten free and low sugar food that support health and are convenient for all to access.

Anne’s food philosophy: Fill your plate with as many colourful plants as possible, keep learning, be kind to yourself, and above all, listen to your body as it is our greatest teacher!

For freshness and turnaround, The Whole Kitchen requires lunch orders to be submitted by 3pm, Monday 17th October.
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