Wholesome Asian Meal Approach to Reduce Weight (Breakfast, Lunch, Supper)

The essential basic principle in Asian eating plan is to take in straightforward full grains, with cooked veggies and a minimal bit of all the things else. Far too a great deal or too very little of any a person detail is not very good.

Asian food plan is mostly gluten and dairy totally free. The emphasize is to use natural true substances to cook dinner. I’ll be sharing with some of my effortless and easy favorite oriental dishes.

1) Breakfast – Fish Congee
2) Lunch – Egg Fried Rice
3) Evening meal – Chicken Soba Soup Noodles

In my upcoming online video, I’ll be sharing 2 of my favorite Oriental treats to comprehensive this food plan. Be confident to look at it.Do share your favourite meals with me in the remarks down below. All the most effective!

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38 thoughts on “Wholesome Asian Meal Approach to Reduce Weight (Breakfast, Lunch, Supper)”

  1. 5:20 For someone worried about healthy cooking, you certainly should not be using Teflon. Nice view though. ^^! I will never be trying that breakfast. o_O And I make my own Asian rice. I will however be sure to try that soba soup as that looks divine. Thank you!

  2. Do NOT consume rice grown in the United States!!! It has a high amount of arsenic in it. Rice grown in former Slave States had used arsenic as a cotton weevil (insect) killer and in doing so a lot of it stayed in the soil. Now farmers have switched to rice and the arsenic is clinging to it in higher concentrations. A LOT higher. No matter where you live in the US, no matter how cheap it is, like $1 for a pound of it, do NOT buy it. If you want rice even cheaper than $1 per pound, Asian super markets have rice from Thailand that for about a twenty or a twenty-five pound bag only costs about $15 to $20. Much cheaper and much healthier.

    And even if you live way up north, rice from those States are transported all over the country and the packaging wont tell you "where" exactly that it was grown, only that it was in the United States some where. Do NOT buy it. It is either a full bag of poison or a mixed bag of rice from a few places. Better safe than sorry. Also be aware Asian supermarkets selling Asian "styled" bags of rice with pictures and Asian writing on it, check where it was grown. Most likely in the USA. Finally in the case of rice grown in the USA, brown rice has an even higher concentration of arsenic due to the extra husk and what not left on brown rice, hence more arsenic clinging to it.

    As a disclosure before someone tries and corrects me, arsenic can be found naturally every where. But there is a difference between a normal very low amount of it that can not be taken away from and high concentrations of it because of thoughtless individuals from the past and present. Do NOT buy American rice!!!

  3. If consuming Asian white rice was bad for you, the Asians would of long been dead a long time ago. The Japanese were the longest living people on earth until McDonalds reared it's ugly head there. Now they dropped down a notch or two, but still in the top three or five last time I bothered to check. Now Spain or Catalan is the top or one of the top anyway and they consume a lot of rice as well, although not nearly as much as Asians, but still quite a bit and they are fine.

  4. Hello Joanna I'm an over the road truck driver wanting to change my diet to Asian. I can cook on my truck but need single serving recipes and compact cooking devices to make this happen for me can you help guide me in the right direction

  5. I became so enthusiastic to test the diet program “Yamzοkο Weebly” (Google it). My very own diet plan and also my frequency of few exercises wasn`t modified and change. More than a period of 30 days, I dropped about 6 pounds. With the help of this method, I did notice that I ate less and filled up faster. .

  6. I'm trying to gain weight and I increased my rice consumption. I learned that's not good, and that I should actually increase the other things on my plate. Rice is so filling haha, but you're right too much of one thing is not good, especially rice.

  7. This is awesome thank you, I will try the soup Wednesday for dinner. My husband is Vietnamese he likes all kinds of food so I like to varey. Can you please give us some healthy Asian appetizers?

  8. I'm half asain and will have no problem following this up, I gained weight when I moved back with my dad and ate full corn and got feeded much junk food. SOOOO I will absolutly try this

    My height- 150cm
    current weight- 43-45kg (Depends how much I eat…)

    Goal= 35kg

  9. Id love to do this but it seems like so much work for just waking up and trying to be on my way to work i usually only have enough time to drink coffee then get out the door

  10. Finally an asian meal prep channel! Thank you so much for introducing healthy asian meals to the rest of the world! There are tons of healthy asian food that mainland China eats, but they are often misconstrued as oily etc. since American popular culture has favored the oily and less healthy crusines, making non-Asian crusines such as Panda Express and other places thrive.

  11. Hello! I tried two of the recipees today (the congee and the stir fry). The stir fry was absolutely delicious, but I didn't have fish so I made the congee without it and it had very little flavour even with the soy sauce and sesame oil. Is it meant to be sort of plain or does the fish add the flavour? What can I replace the fish with?

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