Are you part of the 60% of Singaporeans who are consuming about 200 more calories than needed daily? The recommended daily calorie intake is about 2,600 for men and 2,000 for women, although this varies slightly based on your age and activity level. Even for the majority of people who do not count calories, it is now easier to eat healthier when you’re out, thanks to the Health Promotion Board’s Healthier Dining Programme. To date, 25 food and beverage companies have partnered HPB to offer 500-calorie meals. These include fast food chains, cafes, restaurants, food courts or centres and caterers. On average, an eat-out meal in Singapore is between 700 to 800 calories. That means all you need to do is pick one 500-calorie meal a day to stay within your recommended daily calorie intake.