Chinese food is often an essential part of Asian cuisines; not only because it is delicious but also because it is good for your health too. In reality, most of the popular dishes associate with Chinese food were almost certainly traditionally Chinese dishes cooked in a highly Westernized manner. They often have names that suggest the dish was originally from China (e.g., dim sum, bao), but this is not always the case. The main difference between these dishes and the more heavily developed foods we are used to be the use of ingredients that we usually find in more “Western” cuisines.
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Fresh vegetables & fruits:
One of the best things about authentic Chinese food dishes is the use of large quantities of fresh vegetables and fruits, especially meat and noodles. Although the majority of Chinese people eat beef, seafood, and noodles, these dishes also include large numbers of fresh vegetables and fruits, especially onions and garlic. These vegetables and fruits help to reduce cholesterol and blood pressure because they are low-fat and high in fiber. The rich use of vegetable and fruit juices also helps to detoxify the body of harmful toxins, because most vegetables and fruits contain a high amount of water and essential nutrients.
Contain high amount of sodium:
Another of the many wonderful health benefits of Chinese food, particularly the varieties that are high in sodium content, is that the sodium usually in them does not stay in your body for very long, because the meals are typically very quick and nutritious. The average meal in a Chinese restaurant contains around five servings of vegetables, five cups of broth, and two servings of meat, with the sodium content usually running between two and three grams per serving. In comparison, a typical American diet can have anywhere from one to three grams of sodium per serving. This translates to thousands of extra grams of sodium you could avoid by consuming more vegetables and boiled soups and meats instead.
Helps to lower blood pressure:
Last, but certainly not least, one of the greatest benefits of Chinese food contains foods that are also known to help lower blood pressure and lower cholesterol levels. For example, vegetables like broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, turnips, cabbage, kale, and garlic all contain a high amount of soluble fiber, which means they make your arteries less clogged and your heart healthier. And another nutrient to look for, as it relates to lowering your blood pressure and cholesterol, is lysine, which is a natural amino acid, found in many Chinese foods in Sharjah, particularly soy products.