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What you eat matters more in fast-paced rich countries like Singapore

High spending power in the Republic has encouraged a lifestyle with unhealthy eating habits; experts suggest ways to ensure a balanced nutritional intake

DSM's Mr Sundaresan highlights a phenomenon called "hidden hunger" - which occurs when people "consume different foods that may help them hit their daily caloric intake, but not give them all the nutrition they need".


HUNGER of a different kind strikes developed countries like Singapore.

Anand Sundaresan, the vice-president of Human Health and Nutrition (Asia-Pacific) at global science-based company DSM, said this phenomenon is called "hidden hunger" - and it occurs when people "...

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