Im on a no carb diet :( what can i eat thats chinese food?
Topic: Im on a no carb diet :( what can i eat thats chinese food?
December 9, 2019 / By Artur Question:
my family wants to go to a chinese restaurant today n im not sure what im allowed to eat or drink..please help!!
can i eat lo mein noodles
Best Answers: Im on a no carb diet :( what can i eat thats chinese food?
Ursula | 5 days ago
Veggies are carbs too, what you want to do is cut out complex carbs, which means anything made of flour. Eat chicken and veggies for the best results, a little breading is ok, not much. You want to stay away from Pork and Beef because of the fat content. Sauces are also heavy in bad stuff, moderation is the key to that. You don't want to eat more than 4 oz a day meat either. Heavy on the greens is usually healthy, leafy dark greens are great, and so is broccoli, all that stuff is very healthy.
Milk is not high in carbs, the guy who said that is totally clueless. Milk is a protein and fats which are also proteins, but you should stay away from all milk products EXCEPT Yogurt, which is processed by living organisms and transformed to a usable food which is excellent for you, including bacteria which is optimal for digestive health which is the core of all health and a key to an excellent immune system.
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Originally Answered: Chinese Food Protien?
Some Chinese food is healthy and some isn't. This is true for any culture's food. The fried meats and sauces with lots of salt and oil are not the healthiest things to eat. The steamed meats and vegetables with little to no sauce are very healthy. Tofu is also full of healthy vegetable-based protein.
Your diet is extremely unhealthy. The body must have carbs -- that's what it uses to create energy. A low-carb diet might be of some value, but a "no carb" diet will kill you, quite literally. That said, basically, all pasta -- including noodles -- has carbs. So do all grains, including rice. That leaves you meat and vegetable dishes. Of course, any grain products -- bread, pasta, crackers, etc. -- will have carbs. Whole grains, however, such as whole wheat, have slower-acting carbs. They don't turn as rapidly into sugar as do refined products like white bread. As for drinks, you can have tea (but with no milk or sugar -- both are high in carbs).
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you can get chicken and broccoli...anything without noodles..thats gunna kill your diet..but no carb diets are horrible...u always gain it back...the first slice of bread u eat...if ur gunna do a diet that eliminates something...eliminate sugar..and eliminate going out to eat..suggest eating at home.. i love making chinese at home..try it!
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beef or chicken greens with out the rice
vegetable's that have just the protein in it and ask the waiter or waitress what she would suggest....
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Originally Answered: Is Chinese food healthy for you?
Chinese food varies a lot as to how healthy it is for you. There are dishes with a lot of vegetables and very little oil and dishes with batter coatings and deep fried and sugar infused sauces.
Shrimp fried rice is not terrible.
It is a bit heavy in fat, sodium, carbs and more of a "filler" dish.
Sesame Chicken depends on how it is prepared and the amount eaten.
Batter dipped little chicken pieces fried and/or in heavy sauce:
or large pieces with no batter dip and deep frying
If looking to eat Chinese food that is particularly good for you,
dishes filled with vegetables
Chicken/fish/scallops/shrimp or even lean beef in brocolli or vegetables is much higher on the list of good choices than sesame chicken.
A scallop-broccoli stir fry
showing a lower calorie count and much lower fat with high protein as an example.
Wonderful shrimp and vegetables stir fry: