Registered dietitian Joyce Chan at Lai Wan market in Mei Foo, Hong Kong. She shares her tips on what we should be putting in our shopping trolleys to stay healthy. Photo: Edmond So Registered dietitian Joyce Chan at Lai Wan market in Mei Foo, Hong Kong. She shares her tips on what we should be putting in our shopping trolleys to stay healthy. Photo: Edmond So
Registered dietitian Joyce Chan at Lai Wan market in Mei Foo, Hong Kong. She shares her tips on what we should be putting in our shopping trolleys to stay healthy. Photo: Edmond So

Stop panic buying: healthy food to last you through a crisis and keep your immune system strong

  • Instant noodles, tinned luncheon meat and frozen dumplings may have long shelf lives but won’t keep you healthy during the coronavirus outbreak
  • Experts share their tips on healthy food to stock up with and how items like fresh vegetables can be frozen for later use

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Registered dietitian Joyce Chan at Lai Wan market in Mei Foo, Hong Kong. She shares her tips on what we should be putting in our shopping trolleys to stay healthy. Photo: Edmond So Registered dietitian Joyce Chan at Lai Wan market in Mei Foo, Hong Kong. She shares her tips on what we should be putting in our shopping trolleys to stay healthy. Photo: Edmond So
Registered dietitian Joyce Chan at Lai Wan market in Mei Foo, Hong Kong. She shares her tips on what we should be putting in our shopping trolleys to stay healthy. Photo: Edmond So
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