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Ep47: Cutting Sugar with Potonguler

Loh Yi Jun, junandtonic.com | Anas Lufti Norman & Amirah Jasmine Norman, Potonguler

08-Jan-20 21:00

Ep47: Cutting Sugar with Potonguler

With the rise in diabetes and obesity rates in Malaysia, healthy food is at the tip of everyone's tongue these days. Plus, with the new year ushering in new resolutions to eat and live healthier, this episode is extra pertinent. This week, we speak to Anas and Amirah from Potonguler, a company that's offering low calorie, zero-sugar condensed milk for the Malaysian masses. We talk about their stevia-based product, the health situation in Malaysia, and shed light on the hidden sugars in our Malaysian diet.

Produced by: Loh Yi Jun

Presented by: Loh Yi Jun


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