With the formal conclusion of “return-to-country nucleic acid testing” and the end of the pandemic that lasted for more than three years, the Chinese Medical Hotline in Canada has been silently serving the community, and we sincerely thank each and every one of our customers for their understanding and support.
If you have already booked a flight departure time after midnight on April 29, 2023, for nucleic acid testing, you will automatically receive a refund within the next month (credited back to the original payment method), with a deduction of a $15 processing fee (collected by a third-party platform).
After the pandemic, the first thing on our agenda is to indulge in food and drinks! Due to the restrictions caused by the pandemic, many restaurants and entertainment venues had to close, resulting in a significant decline in the quality of life and happiness index for food lovers. Now, the time for “revengeful” feasting and enjoyment is coming, just like the recent popular trend of “Zibo Barbecue”.
For friends living in Vancouver, there is no need to envy too much because our night markets are about to open! Those who have been there before will understand! Although the taste may not be exactly the same as in China, it can at least satisfy our “Chinese palate” for the summer.
This will be the first night market after the pandemic, and we believe the bustling scenes of people will return. Some insightful “foodies” couldn’t help but exclaim, “It’s destined to be a summer of gaining weight.”
Kevin Maginnis, a 57-year-old man from the United States, has shared on TikTok that he plans to eat only McDonald’s for the next 100 days to lose weight. He claims that in the 44 days of following this plan, he has already lost 34 pounds.
Medical experts have differing opinions on this, with one important viewpoint being that although controlling dietary intake can lead to weight loss, body weight should not be the sole measure of health. Overemphasizing weight can overlook the importance of other health indicators, which are essential for maintaining optimal health and well-being.
Indeed, while this weight loss method may be effective, eating only one type of food every day can affect nutritional intake and quality of life. In today’s world, there is an abundance of weight loss methods, but please remember that achieving weight loss goals should be done under the guidance of a professional medical team, through scientific management and appropriate medication, without compromising physical and mental health.