There is so much confusing information today about health and nutrition coming at us from so many well-meaning sources, it’s getting really hard to decipher fact from fiction.


From the wisdom of our forefathers to sponsored research findings, to new scientific facts from researchers today… how can you tell what’s true and what’s not? One day butter is in, and the next it’s out! Are eggs OK to eat again or not? And is the milk myth for real?


Every man (or woman) in the street, every health care practitioner, but mostly every big pharmaceutical company and food manufacturer with big marketing budgets want to tell us what to eat! In this talk, let’s explore and bust a few common nutrition myths so that you emerge more informed to make better choices for yourself and your family.

About our Speaker, Sally May Tan


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