Healthy alternative to traditional meat ball dish

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Thanks to DB resident and nutritionist Tanja Guigon-Rech who shared with us her recipe: Healthy “Baked” Meatballs in Tomato Sauce.

How to reach natural pH balance with lemon and pineapple?

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Did you know that there is a connection between our body’s pH and many various diseases? It's important to maintain the pH value higher than normal. But how can you do it?

Which cow's milk is best for you

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Choosing the best cow’s milk for your family is not an easy process. Tracy Simaika, registered dietitian & certified Diabetes Educator gives her professional opinion.

Planning your child's education

in Education by Anne Murphy
Planning your child’s education is usually the first priority for new parents in Hong Kong, reports DB resident Anne Murphy (Director at ITS Education Asia).

Peace of mind after giving birth

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Finally! After nine long months of expecting, your bundle of joy is finally here. Everyone has been treating you like a queen, you’ve been prepped like an athlete, you’ve given birth and then…. oh yeah, then what?

Tax Advice for British Land or Property Owners

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As of April 5 this year, as much as 28% Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is payable in the United Kingdom for non-residents who sell land or property that is not their primary residence.

Greener Eating

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The food choices that we make every day have a profound effect on the environment.

Reuse and recycle

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If you’re not sure how to start with greener living, why not start with your own home?

Plastic-free living

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There’s no denying the problem of plastic pollution in Hong Kong.

Pregnancy: an incredible experience or a medical problem?

in Mothers & babies by Aude Mahoudeau
Pregnancy is a beautiful passage in a woman’s life, but it can also be a time filled with questions, doubt, fear, insecurity and anticipation.
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Ideal healthy breakfast

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DB-based nutritionist Tanja Guigon-Rech from Nutrition Nation shares with us amazing recipes that are healthy and nutritious. This is the recipe for homemade overnight oats.
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How to apply to US universities?

in Education by Anne Murphy Cohen
ITS Education Asia gives tips for prospective students and their parents.
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Grass fed vs grain fed meat

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Did you know that grass fed meat has 3 times less fat than grain fed meat?

3 Tips to get yourself out of faulty posture

in Health by Maya Hakami
Faulty posture has become a great problem in recent decades, especially with advances in technology and increased time spent hunched over a smart phone or in front of a computer. By Maya Hakami, physiotherapist.

Top 9 superfoods

in Health by Frank Lipman
Lose weight! Boost immunity! Improve your love life! If there were a pharmaceutical drug that did all three, there’d be a stampede to the pharmacy, but for now, no such pill exists.

Why it’s great to grow kale indoors

in Health by Laura Firszt
Kale is the “it” superfood, the mason jar of the vegetable kingdom. And with good reason! This dark green member of the cabbage family, whether flat-leaf or curly, packs an incredibly healthy punch.

6 healthy eating choices to rethink

in Health by Catherine Guthrie
If you’re committed to healthy eating, it’s time to start investigating whether your current food choices are as wholesome as you’ve been led to believe.

Sweet poison: why sugar is ruining our health

in Health by Victoria Lambert
Like it or lump it, few of us get through the day without adding sugar to our daily diet. Here's why it's ruining our health.

Looking to lose weight? Have your hormone levels checked!

in Health by Dr Adam Friedman
Your diet is awesome and you’re putting in ample time at the gym, but you still can’t shed body weight? Consider having your hormone levels checked.

How to keep your New Year’s resolutions: 4 science-backed tips

in Health by Diana Vilibert and Ann Pietrangelo
New Year’s resolutions have been around a long time, particularly health-related ones. Some of us make them half-heartedly, some of us do it with great purpose. Few of us actually achieve our goals by the end of the year.