Thursday, 14 January 2010

Is Chinese food healthy?

Although traditional Chinese meals are low-in fat and packed with vitamins and minerals, the dishes from Chinese restaurants and takeaways can be loaded with calories, because a lot of oil is used and many foods are deep-fried. It’s also easy to over order and then eat too much as a result. Get round this by ordering from local food takeaways just one starter and portion of rice to share, and one main dish each.

For great Chinese food takeaways in Plymouth and takeaway delivery in Ipswich.

Most Chinese starters are dieting disasters as they’re deep fried and come in bite-sized pieces so it’s easy to keep eating them – we’re talking sesame prawn toast, prawn crackers, crispy wontons, spring rolls, crispy seaweed and ribs. If you can’t resist, soups are the best choice as they’re usually made from a clear broth.

Using chopsticks can help slow down the speed at which you eat, especially if you’re not very good at using them – you’ll spend more time trying to get the food from the plate to your mouth!

Food takeaways in Bristol or if you are looking for Chinese meal from takeaways in Milton Keynes.

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