What do nutrition experts eat?
Dietitians and nutritionists in Singapore let Yamini Chinnuswamy in on their diet
Ms Bibi Chia, 40
Principal dietitian at Raffles Diabetes and Endocrine Centre
Food philosophy: I believe in en-joying a variety of natural whole-some foods, discovering the amaz-ing properties of nutritious foods from nature and personalising meals to suit your goals.
Overnight oats with kiwi fruit and walnuts.
Overnight oats are easy to pre-pare and you can add toppings such as your favourite fruit, nuts and seeds.
Lunch: Baked eggs with spinach, tomatoes and baked beans.
This is an easy one-pan dish that can be whipped up in just 10 minutes.
I can make a larger portion and my family can enjoy it as a healthy brunch. It is rich in protein, fibre, potassium, folate and vitamin C.
Chanko nabe hotpot with sliced garoupa, tofu, mushroom and vegetables. I love a healthy hot-pot. It is a versatile dish that allows everyone choose what he wants to eat and how much to eat.
This hotpot is traditionally eaten by Japanese sumo wrestlers to fuel them up for gruelling training and matches.