In daily life, it's not that likely the number of calories and nutritional intake would play a role in what people decide to order or consume, whether they're up for eating out or cooking their own meal. Save for the health-conscious type, you really can't say nutrition is a matter of great concern for urban denizens whose priority in life often revolves around work and work.
A sample of the daily five-meal diet set delivered by MediVisage. PHOTO: THANARAK KHOONTON
As Dr Nuttapon Pinnimitr of MediVisage, a total beauty and self-care clinic, puts it, many of us eat unhealthy food on a regular basis, not because we don't know what's good, but because it is difficult to find healthy, delicious food, especially since we can't afford to cook our own meals. Eating out, in particular, often exposes us to unhealthy, over-processed food served in larger portions than we need. As a result, we get too many calories and not enough nutrients.
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