Sylvie Mcneil. Healthy Fastfood. September 27th , 2018.
In general, Asians eat very healthy, focusing rather on vegetables than meat, but fast food restaurants often serve high calorie versions of these healthy meals. Prefer stir-fried, steamed, broiled, baked or roasted foods to fried and battered ones. When it comes to sauces, wasabi, ginger and low-sodium soy sauce are much healthier options than regular soy sauce, sweet & sour sauce or coconut milk.
Recommendations from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) state that there are several methods in which food establishments can participate in the rally toward healthier Americans. First, marketing and advertising should be geared more toward the lower calorie, healthier versions of food. Promotional materials should include education that stresses the necessity of eating a variety of healthy foods from the major food groups. Also, healthier foods should be readily available along with easily understandable data highlighting the nutritional values provided by each of the foods.
When choosing an item from the menu be aware of the amount of calories that are in salad dressings, cheese and sour cream. Those additions can make a healthy selection high in fat and calories. Ask for a grilled chicken sandwich but get them to hold the mayonnaise. Some restaurants are now offering their customers alternatives like salads with low calorie or fat free dressings. If you don't see those items, ask. They are often available, just not displayed with the unhealthier options.
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