Don't let your kids eat too late at night – it's not good for them

Bringing children along for late night supper regularly might result in them putting on too much weight and not getting enough sleep. — PP

In recent years, the culture of eating in Malaysia has transformed tremendously. Food is readily available all the time and people tend to eat out more frequently, including late at night.

This trend of late night eating or supper is affecting families. The availability of food in the wee hours of the morning lures people to eat, even when it is unnecessary.

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