Nadia Henderson. 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.
Imagine this, instead of greasy fries and a fatty, greasy hamburger, you drive through a fast food drive-through and can get organic or all-natural foods. The growing trend in living green is showing that people want healthy fast food chains. Many people want to eat healthy foods with no added chemicals, but think they lack the money or the time to do so. It would be a great idea if a store such as Whole Foods Market decided to open a fast food chain. As long as the chain was affordable and quick, the vast amount of dieters or health conscious people would jump at the chance to support an idea like this.
For those looking for alternatives to unhealthy items, consider fruits & vegetables as alternatives to foods. Eating healthy doesn't have to taste bad either, discover a wide array of options and pair them with a low-calorie dipping sauce and you'll kick the fast food habit without sacrificing taste. Start slow, eliminating one or two foods for something a little more substantial and slowly unlearn the fast food mentality. Your body will thank you, for a lifetime.
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