Avoid those extra calories by being mindful about your snacking


To help reduce overindulging on snacks, remember to chew each bite slowly and pay full attention to its flavour and texture, before taking the next one. — 123rf.com

As many Malaysians continue to do their part to flatten the curve by staying at home, eating and snacking habits have changed, especially as many try to balance working from home, online learning and family time, among others.

Findings from a recent survey unveiled that snacking has been a source of comfort for many Malaysians.

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