Date
20 August 2017

Dr Fung Wing-hong

  • Hongkongers like a feast at midnight to compensate for long hours of work in the day while few have spared a thought for its adverse health impact. Photo: Internet

    The trouble with late-night dinners

    - Mar 31, 2017 5:35pm
    Given the fact that Hongkongers spend notoriously long hours at work, they tend to have their meals delayed, and late-night meals are very popular with many. How do these eating habits affect our health? Late dinner,...
  • Want to lose weight? Eat breakfast. Skipping breakfast won't help, as you may end up eating more snacks later in the day, leading to more calorie intake. Photo: Weibo

    Skipping breakfast could cause slower fat loss

    - Mar 17, 2017 5:33pm
    In the past 40 years, the eating habits of city dwellers have seen dramatic changes. According to the latest issue of Circulation, the American Heart Association’s principal scientific journal, main meals accounted for only 70 percent...

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