SINGAPORE (Mar 29): Few go hungry in food haven Singapore but there is still a segment of the population who are not food secure because of income or health issues that make preparing or buying nutritious meals difficult.

One such family is Nur Ain Binte Hamid’s who don’t always eat according to nutritional recommendations. Their meals are heavy on carbohydrates that help meet calorie counts and keep stomachs full, but may not be as nutritious as when there is more meat and vegetables.

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