Tips to ensure your takeout or food delivery is healthy


The Covid-19 pandemic has seen an increase in food delivery and takeaway orders, which might be bad for our waistline. — Filepic

As we continue to self-isolate and work from home during the pandemic, many people are concerned about the effects that takeouts and delivery orders may be having on their overall eating habits or weight.

This is especially worrying as Malaysians are no stranger to obesity, being the fattest nation in Asia.

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