I was eating Chinese food last ngiht, and I ran across this interesting story.
Experts say that there are other ways to tap into your Asian food appetite. A study was done by the nonprofit U. S Center for Science in the Public Interest. The findings found that most Chinese food is fried, so nutritionist Leslie Beck is telling Chinese food lovers to look for three key words: steamed, boiled, and poached. It is ideal to order carry ou, so that customers can place there orders over the phone. Going into the resturant and smelling and seeing the food, only opens up the temptation for fried rice and lemon chicken.
Beck is also saying that chop sticks are a tool for eating Asian food healthier. In comparion to using a fork, chop sticks slow down the intake of food. Theefore, food will not be eaten as fast, and a person will get fuller faster.
I had a huge Chinese meal last night, so I thought that this article was very informative. I never knew that chop sticks could decrease food intake. I really enjoyed this article, althoug some advice given was obviously already known.
The city pages wrote a similar article. This article reccomends Asian resturants to use organic ingredients, in effort to eat healthier.
The first article was a lot more informative. I think that nurtritionists need to do a great deal of research before they write about Asian cuisine. I think this was challenging for bothe writers.