Eat Right, Feel Right: Try High-Quality Healthy Asian Food from Go-Grill

Healthy Asian Food imageExperts in the field of health and wellness continue to discover healthier food alternatives and educating people on how to live healthy through a balanced lifestyle. Part of the cause of an unhealthy cardiovascular system is due to bad dietary habits. However, those habits are changing across the US, according to a recent study:

“We continue to see signs that, for some children in this country, the scales are tipping. A CDC data that found a significant decline in obesity prevalence among low-income children aged 2 to 4 years participating in federal nutrition programs,” said CDC Director Tom Frieden…

…While the precise reasons for the decline in obesity among 2 to 5 year olds are not clear, many child care centers have started to improve their nutrition and physical activity standards over the past few years. In addition, CDC data show decreases in consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages among youth in recent years… Movie Fifty Shades Darker (2017)

…”I am thrilled at the progress we’ve made over the last few years in obesity rates among our youngest Americans,” said Michelle Obama, First Lady of the United States of America. “With the participation of kids, parents, and communities, these last four years, healthier habits are beginning to become the new norm.”

Learning to choose healthier food is a difficult task, but it can be done through education. We know that fried and sweet food is very tempting, but we should also understand that grilled food can be just as flavorful without the added calories. Grilled Asian dishes, in particular, are becoming more popular, taking inspiration particularly from China, Japan, Vietnam and Korea.

For many, dining at an Asian fusion restaurant is a great experience because of its many unique flavors. In many parts of the United States, the market for this kind of cuisine is growing because the food is not only healthy but also delicious.

Go-Grill, a restaurant under the Fresh and Healthy family, serves high-quality healthy Asian food that can help people get back on the healthy track.It has a down-to-earth atmosphere and uses fresh ingredients in its dishes. Try it for yourself and see how eating healthy can change your life for the better.

(Article Excerpt and Image: “Obesity rate in 2 to 5 year olds improve, although overall obesity rates remain unchanged, U.S. study shows”, from Science Daily, February 26, 2014)

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