Malaysians want the world to know that, “Palm oil is God’s Gift.” Introduced by Malaysian Deputy Minister.
Keto? Plant-based? Paleo? Mediterranean? There may never be a way of eating that is perfect for everyone.
Most American manufacturers prefer Malaysian palm oil because it is grown and produced responsibly. The country has strict standards in place which protect the environment as well as the palm oil industry workers.
In this era of trendy ingredients and so-called superfoods, Peter Pressman MD, MS, FACN, is determined to routinely analyze the research. He wants to understand which natural ingredients offer the greatest potential health benefits.
An exclusive interview with (MPOC) CEO Datuk Dr. Kalyana Sundram ranked among top 10 most-read Asia-Pacific food & beverage industry stories in August 2020.
Tell kids their love of juicy grapes, crunchy apples and tart rhubarb helps Mother Earth. And, teach them to look for other perennially produced ingredients on food labels, such as garlic, Malaysian palm oil, nuts and berries.
Some well-known organizations offer dietary advice based on a mix of old and new data. Much of it is simply not in line with what we know today.
A guest on Chicago’s Weekend Journal radio show gave Malaysian sustainable palm oil a good plug.
Houston may be in the Gulf Coast area, but that doesn’t mean these Texans all know how easy it is to prepare seafood.
Feeding her kids nutritious snacks and meals is a priority for international blogger Viv Jones. “It’s definitely easier to grab something convenient, but I try my best to have healthier snack and meal options that will nourish their growing bodies and busy brains! I’d rather spend a little time preparing healthier snacks so I can spend less time battling with negative behaviors,” she explained on the Orange County Mom Blog.