Eat Healthy Chinese Food

Eat Healthy Chinese Food

Some people like to eat only Chinese food and be contented about their good health; but not all Chinese food is healthy and some even has hidden long terms of sugar and fat.

As a compromise, it is wise to be reads of a few websites which publication the list of 10 Chinese dishes containing the most sugar, and also the most fat.

The list was based on the analysis of more than 20 Chinese dishes byajala.com. The report was regarded as the authoritative source about the country’s most unhealthy dishes.

The most fat rich dish was tofu fried with brown rice mixed with garlic and soy sauce. Alas, this particular dish was number 10 on the list. Interestingly, this is a rare piece of information. Did you know that the average American consumes 11 grams of fat (containing more than 3 grams of healthy fat) and only 1.5 grams of that fat is due to saturated fat?

Tofu is number one on the list with 16 grams of fat, most of which is saturated fat. That’s a big difference, especially if you’re thinking of it as healthy food. However, tofu is better than fried red pepper tofu which has the same 16 grams of fat.

enth on the list is blackberry-raisin frozen dessert ice cream, which is not fat at all but lots of sugar, especially high fructose corn syrup.

Others in the top ten are:

Some more popular dishes on the list that contain at least 6 grams of sugar per serving are those dishes as follows: take Subway’s Veggie Max sub, available at $3.99 per serving or Hot monkey (also available at $3.99 per serving), available at $3.99 per serving or Pizza Hut’s Garden Roasted Chicken sub, available at $3.99 per serving or Quiz ‘n Go nutritive blend soup, available at $3.50 per serving or rejectionist’s carb-laden coleslaw, available at $3.99 per serving.

You might see how things are going on: potato chips, anyone? Hot dogs, anyone?

Is this the price we are paying for nutritious food? No, but let us say that you have finally decided to open your eyes to buy healthier food. What do you think of this list? I’ve seen similar lists before, but they’ve always divided things haphazardly, leaving out crucial foods that we absolutely should have been eating and sometimes can’t. This latest list is more accurate (although the amount of sodium wasn’t mentioned correctly, something else to consider).

Here are the foods that you should consider to be bought in the organic section: asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, organic corn, organic soy, organic tennis beans, organic sugar-cane juice, organic plain yogurt, organic sweet potato, organic white flour bread, organic rice, organic cereals (it may contain gluten), and organic milk (the dairy content was not fully listed).

Walmart’s website also has a section called ” roadside specials” here, where you can find incredibly affordable, organically grown fruits, vegetables, and meats at wholesale prices. Many people shop here for baked goods, since their supply is quite slim. If you only need it for a day or two, feel free to buy it online and have it shipped to your home.

Tip #2: Know Your Fruits and Vegetables

As the old profusion of orange squash, jicama, zucchini, yellow squash, and green beans tells us, we tend to assume that all fruits and vegetables are good for us, which is false. There are 15 colors that produce 5 different colors when they grow.

What I mean by this is that there are 5 colors that produce 5 different colors, and if you only watch the 5 colors, you will not get the variety of nutrients that you need; particular you will probably develop a bad eating habit before you know it. Lets look at this more closely by looking at the different colors that fruits and vegetables come in.

Red- probably the most popular and well known color you see when you read about fruits and vegetables containing antioxidants. You’ve heard about how antioxidants help the body fight off disease and keep you looking young, so its good to know that they are also great for keeping your insides healthy as well.

It should come as no surprise that the biggest producer of antioxidants is the tomato. It’s released into the market in various sauces, salsa’s, salsa mixes, and juices. And, if you were wondering, canned tomatoes are better for you than the fresh ones since they were picked before they were ripe and ripened naturally.

Next on the list is the Blue-Green color. These are Chlorophyll rich foods. Chlorophyll does have fantastic medicinal properties, and is used in many bloodstream ailments.

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