• What is Gestational Diabetes?

    GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS (GDM) Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is defined as the onset signs of glucose intolerance during pregnancy. It is one of the most common pregnancy complications with research showing that women with hypertension, who are overweight and those with higher level of abdominal fat are at a higher risk of developing GDM (Barakat […]

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  • Slimming Wraps Don’t Work! Here’s the Biggest Reason Why

    Slimming Belts, Slimming Wraps … whatever people like to call them. Have you tried using them before? Personally I have experienced with them twice. Because of the wedding The first was when I was a gullible girl and signed up for a package with Marie France Bodyline back when I was 27 years old, thinking […]

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  • Going Bananas with Tennis!

    Last year a guy from Banana Tennis reached out to me, asking if I am interested to learn tennis, in exchange for a review on the lessons. (Yes this is an honest review haha) Tennis?!!! The last time I played tennis was when I was still teaching. And boy was I bad in tennis! The […]

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  • 5 Key Things you need to know about Diastasis

    Most women don’t even know what this condition is. Those who know may not even understand fully what it entails. Yes not even the trainers. Diastasis recti abdominis is simply a phenomenon where your abdominal muscles separate due to certain pressures. In our cases, when we are pregnant, our tummy has to relax and give […]

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  • 5 good reasons why staying active is important during pregnancy

    I get many requests and questions on why I do not run exercise classes for pregnant women. Am I not a supporter of exercise during pregnancy? No … on the contrary, I am a huge proponent of encouraging mummies to keep active during pregnancy. Really, pregnancy is not a disease. You can technically still engage […]

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  • 5 steps to losing 5kg of mummy fats in 4 months

    As a twin mummy who had lost at least 10kg in a span of 4 months, a certified personal trainer with 2 global fitness organisations and a women’s fitness specialist, there are many aspects of fat loss to consider when it comes to achieving fat loss after a baby, especially while starting on a busy […]

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  • Crown Bakery – Part II

    Most people would ask: ‘What’s the big deal about their bakes? It’s just bread!’ Well …. It’s not just bread.   How do conventional bakeries bake? It’s no hidden knowledge how easily bread can be made. Otherwise we won’t have so many bakeries popping up in the past few years. Most bakeries use dry yeast […]

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  • Crown Bakery – Part I

    In the last 2 years, we have seen many new bakeries and lifestyle cafes popping up on our little island, selling their fresh bakes and pastries! Eating bread has indeed become a lifestyle. Most of us have bread and toast for breakfast, tea and many times along with sandwiches that make up our meals. Although […]

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  • Have your Bread and Eat it!

    Bread is definitely one of the foods that is getting more at prominent in Singapore! Just take a look at the number of bakeries and cafes with endless choices of bakes and pastries. No doubt, the booming cafe and coffee culture also contributes to the sale of breads, bakes and pastries! Yet, just how does […]

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  • #fitmummynation

    2 months back, we brought together a group of mummies together, to share one message. That every ordinary mum can make health & active living possible. It doesn’t matter if you are a stay-at-home-mum, a full time working mum, a part time working mum, a mumprenuer or a work-from-home-mum … Everyone of us can make […]

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  • Green Smoothie 101

    Let’s get this straight first. This is a post about how to make green smoothies that will help you eliminate cravings, give you the necessary nourishments and energy to start the day when you have it for breakfast! I’m not going to start a discussion about juicing vs blending here. That will possibly come in another […]

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  • Postnatal Exercises for Simply Her magazine

      Last month I have been invited by Simply Her magazine to provide tips and advise for readers who are battling the postnatal bulge. You could get your hands on a copy from any news stand. There is an increase in postnatal care and exercise programs in the recent period, which is really good news. […]

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  • Fit Mummy Joanne

    Fit mummy Joanne Ang looks every bit as ravishing in real life as she does in photos. Mother to 3 year old Tara, the 38 year old fit mummy who has an avid interest in children’s development, self-development, social media and cookery, once hit rock bottom and struggled with depression. However, this courageous mum has […]

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  • Fit Mummy Wei’er

    30 year old Wei’er Higgs is not your typical stay-at-home mum. Founder of Gutsy ferments, a business specialising in fermented foods, the capable mumtrepreneur firmly believes in the importance of healthy eating, and resultingly dedicates much of her time experimenting with new ferments to create deliciously nourishing meals for her family. The stay-at-home mum also […]

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  • What an Ideal Postnatal Care Program Looks Like

    In the past 2 weeks, I have been immersing myself in the world of anatomy, biomechanics, manual therapy and function of the women’s body in Vancouver. Instead of hanging out with fitness professionals, I have been hanging out with physical therapists and pilates instructors who work a lot with women. When a group of women […]

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