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Dining Strategies for Specific Cuisines

The Healthy Dining Menu

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KIMBERBAKOS

11/28/2010 9:29:31 PM

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It's nice to see Korean food get a nod on this list - I think it is the most overlooked of the Asian cuisines!

KEZERETH

2/11/2010 4:04:56 PM

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This will really help me with the chinese takeaway i'm having at the weekend for Valentines Day as a special treat. Need to make sure i don't stray too far from the healthy path!

KEZERETH

2/11/2010 4:04:37 PM

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This will really help me with the chinese takeaway i'm having at the weekend for Valentines Day as a special treat. Need to make sure i don't stray too far from the healthy path!

CHANILYE

6/22/2009 9:53:01 PM

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I've found this article very helpful, thanks!

CHANILYE

6/22/2009 9:52:57 PM

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I've found this article very helpful, thanks!

CHANILYE

6/22/2009 9:52:52 PM

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I've found this article very helpful, thanks!

CRAWFORDZOO

6/30/2008 12:10:19 AM

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OMGOSH! This is so awesome. Thank you!!!!!!!!

MARYBETHATOZ

3/22/2008 10:58:00 PM

Wonderful article, lots of helpful information! Thanks so much.

MARYBETHATOZ

3/22/2008 10:57:44 PM

Wonderful article, lots of helpful information! Thanks so much.

FOLGORE

3/8/2008 4:00:36 PM

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Great article with useful guidelines for every cuisine. However, too many of the important signature dishes are on the "Banned" list! Rather than banning anything, one should use knowledge to plan ahead. Rather than avoiding "spaghetti alla carbonara" altogether, for example, you can opt to go light and healthy for lunch and breakfast to "save space" for your desired indulgence. If the portion size is huge, either share or put half of it away. When a high calorie indulgence is your main course, make sure your first course is very light (salad & lo-cal dressing) and you skip desert (or take some sort of fruit as your desert). It's all about balance!

JIBBIE49

3/5/2008 3:17:53 PM

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Great article. I love Japanese food because it doesn't taste 'heavy'.

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