"Eating too late" is more likely to make you fat! Study: Increased hunger, more cravings for high-calorie foods

Research shows that eating late will turn on obesity-related genetic performance, including more easily hungry, more likely to accumulate fat, reduced energy consumption, etc.. Physicians recommend that you should try to eat during the day, eat less dinner and avoid snacking, which is the smart way to "go with the flow" with the body's built-in physiological clock.

How did Laos become the second home of Hunan people?

This sense of affinity comes from the Hunan people who can be found everywhere in Laos. According to the Hunan Chamber of Commerce in Laos, there are more than 100,000 Hunan people living in Laos, with Shaodong people being the mainstay.