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How to Eat Healthy With Chinese Take Out

Just about everyone loves to take a break from cooking to order Chinese take-out. It's quick, easy and usually comes with more than enough food for one person or one meal. However, the price might be that you're affecting your health by eating unhealthy and sugary foods.

Step #1 : Order unsweetened iced, hot tea or green tea. Avoid sodas that have high sugar levels or synthetic sugars added. Tea has antioxidants that are beneficial to your health.

Step #2 : Order boiled brown rice instead of white rice. Many beneficial nutrients are removed in the process of making white rice. White rice also has higher sugar levels. Avoid fried rice.

Step #3 : Request that all your condiments, sauces and dressings be served on the side so that you can control the amounts you use. Many sauces are made with corn syrup, starch, flour or sugars. Use less sauce on your food.

Step #4 : StepPick a meal that has more steamed vegetables and leaner meats. Experiment with subtracting meat from your dish, and order baked or boiled tofu. Avoid fried foods that are high in cholesterol.

Step #5 : Use chopsticks instead of a fork when eating Chinese food. This will help you eat slower and appreciate the health benefits your food is giving you. Also, it work out muscles in your hands that you don't typically use. Eat slowly to avoid stuffing yourself.

Step #6 : Stop eating once your hunger is sated. Don't finish your entire plate unless the food is needed. You can always save the rest for later. You should feel comfortable after eating, not bloated or stuffed.

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