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Hippocrates,the father of medicine
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Food: One of the basic physiological needs, as outlined according to Maslow's theory of needs, that have to be satisfied before higher needs like social needs and esteem can be recognised.

Today, food has taken on a new image. People no longer consume foods to fufil their basic physiological needs...

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Friday, April 10, 2009

Rainbow Rice

Rainbow Rice is developed based on the Five Colour Principle described in TCM. The five colours (red, green, white, yellow and black) are said to affect the five important organs in the human constituent (heart, liver, lung, spleen and kidney). Therefore, eating food from various colours will provide one with a balanced diet and ample nutrients for one's needs. The Rainbow Rice developed uses multi-grains and is more tasty and fragrant than plain brown rice. It is rich in protein and dietary fibre but low in sodium, making it an ideal healthy food product for the health conscious individual of all ages. Rainbow rice is 100% natural, vegetarian and has no added preservatives. This product has won the Grand Award at the Singapore Food Manufacturer Association's Food Concept Competition in 2007 and has since been endorsed by HPB as a healthier food choice.

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