Eating out: How to pick healthier options

Eating out in a healthier and more mindful way need not be a complicated or mentally arduous affair. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Like many people, you may be looking to get back to healthy eating after the Chinese New Year celebrations. What can you do to keep up a healthy diet, especially if you do not cook?

The most important hack, nutritionists say, is to approach eating in a mindful way. This means to understand food choices and be aware of what you are putting in your body, as well as how it makes you feel emotionally and physically.

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