Dr Steve Tucker is an American doctor practicing adult and cancer medicine in Singapore. He is exceptional in many ways. Dr Tucker is up to speed on the latest treatment options, the latest medical science and the latest technology. His knowledge of chronic disease is both broad and deep, allowing him to see links and solve problems that others don’t see.
But what makes Dr Tucker really special, in our opinion, is his understanding of how lifestyle factors contribute to disease, particularly diet. He incorporates these aspects into his treatment plans, as an adjunct therapy, providing more holistic solutions for patients.
Dr Tucker spends a lot of time on public education and prevention. He is a pioneer of lifestyle-based disease reversal in Singapore having developed the successful Wellness360 program.
She goes by the pseudonym “nomnomprincess” and her story is no less a fairy tale of its own. This remarkable woman, with a passion for food and an intellect to match, figured out how to normalize her blood sugar soon after being diagnosed with insulin-dependent diabetes, a feat not previously known to be possible in food-crazy Singapore.
By doing the research and adapting the Bernstein Low Carb protocol to Singapore-style cuisine, she has done groundbreaking work, and become an inspiring role model for others. Her blog, Still Feeling Peckish, is a regularly updated take on Asian Low Carb food, full of creative ideas and surprising interpretations of regular Singapore dishes. This princess has equal skill with the frying pan, the pen, and the syringe. We think she’s on to something special, as more people become aware of the potential for Low Carb diets to address a myriad of chronic diseases, not least diabetes.