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​Ensure that you have the right calorie intake balanced with regular exercise, to keep a healthy weight!

 

Caloric Content Of Commonly-Eaten Dishes

Food ItemUnitEnergy (calories)
Roti Prata with Egg1 Piece288
Prawn Noodle Soup1 Bowl293
Chendol1 Bowl382
Chicken Rice1 Plate607
Mee Goreng1 Plate500
Laksa Lemak1 Bowl696
Nasi Goreng1 Plate742
Fish and Chips1 Plate850
Nasi Briyani with Chicken1 Plate877

Balance Your Food Choices

You do not have to give up your favourite food just because it is high in calories. Reducing your portion size or making up for excess calories by eating a lower-calorie meal later are quick tips to help you manage your diet.

For more information on lower-calorie meals, click here. Download the Healthy 365 App and have this information at your finger tips!

Or go to our handy directory for a listing of eateries that offer healthier meals, and try them today.

Eat WholeGrains!

Be it bread, rice or noodles, natural is best. The less processed your food is and the more wholegrains it contains, the longer and faster you will stay full.

When prepared well with less fat or sugar, wholegrains, fruits and vegetables offer you lower-calorie meal choices at any time of the day. Rich in antioxidants, they give you more goodness in a bite than a higher-calorie meal.

Love wholegrains? Don't fret about it being limited to bread and rice. Do you know that wholegrains now come in kway teow, noodles, man tou and biscuits? Look out for this symbol the next time you shop at the supermarket. Who says being healthy can't be fun and easy?


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