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Your genes load the gun, your lifestyle pulls the trigger.

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Visceral fat, the type of fat that surrounds your organs, can put you at greater risk for chronic diseases. This fat is found at the belly area.

Whether is it for aesthetic or health’s sake, is the inches of your waist a concern? During this covid season, some of us may have started eating healthier and exercising more but are not seeing the outcomes that we have hoped for.

The truth is that everyone’s genes are different, so is our bodily responses to food consumption and other lifestyle factors. Discover what you can do for optimal health and how you can find out what foods are good for YOU!

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Dr Chong Yeh Woei is a senior physician in Singapore Medical Specialist Centre. He has a vast experience in the area of internal medicine and other medical diseases being in private practice for 20 years.

Being an active member of the Singapore Medical Association (SMA), he is currently the Chair of the Membership Committee and served multiple leadership roles since 1998.

Upon registration, the Zoom registration details will pop up on your browser. You will also receive an email from EventBrite with instructions: scroll to the bottom of the email for the Zoom link.


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Organiser Brahm Centre 百仁中心

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Brahm Centre is a leading course provider of a wide range of science-based mindfulness programs to reduce stress and enhance well-being in today's fast paced world. We have worked with healthcare agencies, schools and corporations to equip employees, parents and students with mindfulness tools to help them stay physically and mentally well. 

 

Course graduates may enhance their practice by joining our weekly mindfulness clubs. Furthermore there are free regular health talks conducted by healthcare professionals and qualified speakers open to the public.

 

Launched in 2012 as a charity that aims to promote happier and healthier living, Brahm Centre is a full member of the National Council of Social Services and an Institution of Public Character.

 

Come begin your mindfulness journey with us. 

 

Please note that all course registrations are NON-refundable. Transfer of selected mindfulness courses is subject to a $30 transfer fee and a $10 admin fee for a mindfulness make-up class. There are NO transfers or make-up classes available for all other courses. 

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