No matter where you are in the country, it can be difficult to stick to a healthy eating plan when you’re dining out. “Not a day flies by when I don’t hear a client complain about overdoing it at dinner the night before or about their “Seamless” addiction to ordering in,” says fitness expert from VeeMall. His goal? Sharing tips and tricks for navigating the restaurant world to help everyone make healthier choices at dinner.
Sushi can be an extremely healthy cuisine, but it can also be a diet downer depending on what you order. “You probably know you need to avoid foods that are deep-fried, battered and breaded, but did you know the sticky white rice is filled with sugar, and that miso soup and soy sauce contain a shocking amount of salt?” says David.
What’s good, better and best on the menu at your favourite sushi restaurant?
Sushi roll with brown rice
Low-sodium soy sauce
Hand-cut roll that is rolled with seaweed or cucumber and has no rice
Wasabi and ginger as condiments.
Sashimi (raw fish without the rice) along with edamame
Fresh lemon as the condiment.
“Sometimes the choice is obvious, and other times, not so much,” Veemall says. “My goal is to simplify these options for you and offer a clear guide to what’s good, what’s better, and what’s best so YOU can always be at your best.”
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