Add More Broccoli Your Diet by Eating Chinese Food in Albuquerque
Posted by James Moore
Broccoli, a common ingredient in Chinese cuisine, is one vegetable which experts recommend everyone should consume more of. It is known to help prevent a number of diseases, and on its own can already provide a variety of vitamins and minerals which the body requires. As mentioned in an article published last October 2, 2013 on Medical News Today:
“Broccoli’s nutritional profile is impressive. It contains high levels of fiber (both soluble and insoluble) and is a rich source of vitamin-C.
In fact, just a 100 gram serving of broccoli will provide you with more than 150% of your recommended daily intake of vitamin C, which in large doses can potentially shorten the duration of the common cold.
Broccoli is also rich in vitamin A, iron, vitamin K, B-complex vitamins, zinc, phosphorus and phyto-nutrients.
Phytonutrients are compounds which lower the risk of developing diabetes, heart disease and certain cancers, according to the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service.”
While providing superior nutritional value, broccoli is not consumed as often due to its stalky form and the challenge it poses when being integrated in certain dishes. While it is fairly easy to steam and add cheese to include in salads, those methods can only go so far before people get tired of broccoli’s bland taste.
Fortunately, thanks to establishments like Lin’s Grand Buffet, individuals can make sure they still get the right amount of broccoli and other vegetables in their diet. Serving Chinese food in Albuquerque, restaurants like Lin’s are perfect for those who have a penchant for eating out, but would still like to eat as healthy as possible.
By frequenting Chinese restaurants in Albuquerque, those who are health conscious but are too busy to prepare meals at home can indulge in different dishes with broccoli as a key ingredient. Some of these include the popular beef and broccoli or broccoli in garlic sauce. Patrons can also taste the flavor of an array of vegetables like green beans, bell peppers, and many more. If the restaurant offers a buffet, they can alter their servings to be even healthier by taking more vegetables than meat.
(Source: “What are the health benefits of broccoli?”, Medical News Today, October 2, 2013)