Want to adopt a healthy lifestyle?
These services are great ways to get started.
1. Eat Organic
If your New Year’s resolution was to eat better, consider swapping more organic and natural foods into your diet. Eat Organic has a wide variety of certified organic and natural fresh fruits and vegetables, sourced both locally and internationally from countries such as the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand and Malaysia. Additionally, the store carries breads and spreads, gluten-free and raw alternatives, free-range and sustainably farmed poultry and seafood, and even environmentally friendly home and living products – all of which can be delivered right to your doorstep.
619H Bukit Timah Rd, singapore 269728
2. Natural Springs Australia
While tap water in Singapore is safe to drink, it may not necessarily have all of the minerals that spring water can provide. Natural Springs Australia draws directly from Victoria’s Black Hill Mountain spring, subjects the water to a filtering system and sends it straight to Singapore to be bottled, without additional handling. Customer safety is top priority, and Natural Springs conducts physical and microbiological testing on its water to ensure it’s high in quality without sacrificing its natural mineral content. It’s also easy to access, with a doorstep delivery service at $19 per five gallon bottle. A minimum order of three bottles for homes and four for the offices comes with free delivery. A hot-and-cold water dispenser is also available with a one-time refundable deposit of $250.
Long hours of running after the kids or working at a desk can leave your muscles feeling tensed and fatigued. A Thai massage is often regarded as a good way to relax and rejuvenate after a hard week. It’s also helpful for improving flexibility and gives your muscles an extra stretch. Healthland offers traditional Thai massages conducted by experienced therapists in a quiet and relaxing environment. You’ll leave feeling refreshed and revitalised.
252A South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058801
By Hazel Joanne Vincent de Paul, The Finder, March 2016