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As people tend to do more cooking at home during the pandemic, watch out for another kind of “harmful” substance other than the virus.
You could be inhaling harmful substances from your yoga mat
After seeing your friends doing all those super difficult yoga poses from their photos, are you eager to try as well? First of all, you should get yourself a yoga mat that protects well. But you should pay attention in selecting the right mat. Previously the Consumer Council has conducted a test on certain yoga mats in the market, and found that some of them contain toxic substances.
Can plant-based milks replace cow’s milk?
For vegetarians and people who are lactose intolerant, the emergence of plant-based milks is indeed fantastic news. However, cow’s milk is a good source of nutrients for human body, can plant-based milks be regarded as its “perfect” substitute？Do you know that the nutrient contents of the 5 most common plant-based milks in the market differs considerably? So, let’s learn more about these plant-based milks.
Consuming “salt” can end up ingesting “plastics”. Key word to note: Microplastics
Do you know we are actually eating plastics every day? In recent years, microplastics have been found in various marine food products, including in some sea salts that were tested by the Consumer Council earlier. You should read this article further to find out where these tiny plastic particles (which cannot be detected by human eyes) come from and how they affect us.
With the outbreak of the COVID-19, everyone is on a high alert against the epidemic. The Consumer Council has specially put together a simple but useful guide, like how to choose a face mask? How to clean the household with liquid bleach? Can white vinegar and air purifier really help? Does your travel insurance provide the necessary medical cover if you were infected while travelling?