From the steamed vegetables to grilled fish, it is difficult to find healthy options Chinese food . But mixed with these selections can be high in sodium sauces and crunchy snacks that are higher in fat. If you have made a commitment to healthy eating, knowing what foods to eat and which to avoid Chinese can help you make decisions that do not bulge your waistline.s that are high in fat. If you have made a commitment to healthy eating, knowing what foods to eat and which to avoid Chinese can help you make decisions that do not bulge your waistline.
When it comes to snacks, avoid options such as egg rolls, fried dumplings or ribs, which tend to be high in fat or greasy. The site Penn Medicine’s Wellness and General Nutrition notes that egg wraps, wonton, hot and sour soups are hot alternative, tasty they are also low in fat.
Chinese menus offer steamed or fried rice. The least fattening option is the first, says health syndicated columnist Charles Stuart Platkin in the Honolulu Advertiser. Preparing fried rice and egg oils, adding fat and calories. Order the steamed rice, which is not always available in restaurants, because it contains more fiber, which helps you feel full longer. Eat more steamed rice and less of your main course fills you note Penn Medicine, which can help you avoid overeating. Continue reading