With challenging times come great opportunities. As the whole family stays at home, mealtimes can be an opportunity not only to connect and nourish your relationships but your body as well.

By cooking meals at home you reduce the salt, calories and saturated fats intake. Look at our dos and don’ts on cooking and get started!

Herbs

So much can be said about herbs…We keeping it simple for you with a simple guide on when to add them.

Best to add in the beginning of cooking Best add in the end of cooking It does not matter
Rosemary

Sage 

Thyme

Savory

Bay

Oregano

Flat leaf Parsley

Basil

Chives

Mint

Chervil

Sorrel

Curly leaf Parsley

Cilantro

Dill

Lovage

Marjoram

Mint

Tarragon

Are you interested to find out more about the uses of herbs on cooking? Let us know!

Always here for you,
Claudia Correia
Dietitian
MyDoc healthcare team

Claudia Correia

Claudia Correia

Claudia has a degree in Dietetics and has a special interest in Women’s Health, Mediterranean Diet, Weight Management, Chronic Disease, Nutritional Wellness & Mindful Eating, as well as, in Cancer Nutrition Therapy. She is a dietitian member of SNDA (Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association) and member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Claudia has been practising as a dietitian since 2010, and she has spent four years at Raffles Hospital. For the past years, she has been passionately working with her clients on areas such as weight management, women’s health, chronic disease management, wellness and oncology. Claudia has diversified experience from both Europe and Asia, coupled with the expertise of handling a variety of cuisines. She caters to the most varied needs of an individual. When consulting her clients, she educates and creates awareness of the impact of food, while emphasizing the enjoyment of food.

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