The Chinese New Year is a major festival for the Chinese community worldwide. Traditionally, a family-based reunion dinner is held on the eve of the new year, and this is followed by fifteen days of celebration which often includes visiting relatives, friends, colleagues and other acquaintances. During this festive period, hosts often provide guests with delicious snacks and meals.
The increased eating during this celebration often leads to weight gain. Being overweight is a risk factor for various health issues including heart disease, diabetes and hypertension. Many snacks also have preservatives and additives, and too much of this can harm your health. Enjoy the celebrations healthily with our