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seven steps to eating healthy at chinese restaurants - low fat chinese restaurant dishes

by:Two Eight     2019-09-12
seven steps to eating healthy at chinese restaurants  -  low fat chinese restaurant dishes
When you dine in a Chinese restaurant, try to avoid going to those large buffet restaurants because there is a lot of greasy food there.
The best way to eat a healthy diet is to have a balanced meal.
It is important to eat more vegetables on meat and rice.
You may prefer to stay away from eating those omelet and other fried dishes.
These egg rolls and other fried foods were originally derived from Chinese restaurants in the United States.
The following are some ideas to consider when eating out: 1.
Find a nice restaurant
Go talk to your friends and family and ask what restaurants they have experienced.
Find recommended restaurants in local newspapers and websites.
You may need to leave your local town in order to find a good town. 2.
Choose the Right dishes.
Don't forget that you should share your food with people at the table.
It is traditional to share your dishes as a team.
Start your food and everyone has a soup.
This will help your stomach absorb fatty foods throughout the meal.
Try to stay away from foods that contain a lot of fat --
There are fried dumplings, wonton and egg rolls if possible.
For vegetable dishes, you can choose Bok Choy, mung bean or vegetables. 3.
Choose a taste of tea.
This is the tea you drink with someone else at the party.
There is a lot of tea here. the common tea is jasmine tea, oolong tea and black tea.
If you are not familiar with the taste of these teas, you can ask the waiter to try an ordinary but not bitter tea that suits your taste buds. 4.
Avoid eating a lot of rice.
The rice will fill you up quickly and there are a lot of carbs in the rice.
Overall, try to eat as much rice as possible than meat and seafood. 5.
Be careful with other food allergies.
You may want to avoid adding MSG (called MSG) to your food ).
You are not allowed to do this in some restaurants, but you should ask.
May offend the waiter if you ask
So ask politely. 6.
Avoid using other ingredients.
Some foods have high levels of sugar and starch (flour), which increases the amount of carbohydrates in the food.
Foods that eat less salt, including a large amount of soy sauce and other salt gravy. 7.
Eat less dessert.
Some desserts are high in sugar and contain fat.
It's good to eat less of these desserts.
With these ideas in mind, your next adventure at the new Chinese restaurant will be fun, healthy and enjoyable!
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