How to eat healthy if you're not allow to cook?

mradult

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Hi guys.

The place I'm staying is not allow to cook. So how can I eat healthy if I'm constantly eating outside food? Any suggestion of healthy food outside?
 

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Is eating out an integral part of your daily routine? Are you a working professional who has to fit power breakfasts and business lunches into your hectic schedule? Or do you tend to grab a quick meal on the go? With so many of us caught up in the rat race, do we really have the time to think about what's healthy for our body?

We thought we'd make it easier for you to start eating healthily by recommending healthier food choices that are offered by restaurants, hawker stalls and caterers located throughout Singapore. With these healthier options readily available, there is certainly no excuse to eat poorly.

The key to healthy dining is no secret, really. You don't have to stick to salads or soups. You can limit your intake of fat, cholesterol, calories and sodium by simply paying close attention to what goes into your favourite stir-fried sambal prawns, braised chicken and mushroom in claypot or grilled stingray. Balance and moderation are essential in maintaining a healthy diet.

The Health Promotion Board has worked with numerous restaurants, hawker stalls and caterers to provide you an array of healthier dishes that are lower in fat, salt and sugar and enhanced with added vegetables and fruit. The next time you dine out at a healthier restaurant or order food from a healthier caterer, look out for the healthier dishes marked with the Healthier Choice logo.

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Do you know that we now have more than 600 hawker stalls that are using healthier ingredients in their cooking? Participating stall has a healthier choice logo displayed on their Food Hygiene Certificate. These hawkers have agreed to partially replace ingredients - such as use brown rice and brown rice vermicelli instead of white rice and those vermicelli made with refined flour, and to replace high saturated fat cooking oil with specially formulated reduced-saturated fat oil. Hawkers will prepare their signature dishes with healthier ingredients without being 'asked'. This ensures that all Singaporeans who buy from the participating hawker stalls get to enjoy healthier meals.

These hawkers have agreed to partially replace ingredients - such as coconut milk with evaporated milk, use fibre-added vermicelli instead of those made with refined flour, and to replace high saturated fat cooking oil with specially formulated reduced-saturated fat oil. Hawkers will prepare their signature dishes with healthier ingredients without being 'asked'. This ensures that all Singaporeans who buy from the participating hawker stalls get to enjoy healthier meals.

For healthier hawker stalls, look for a stall with a healthier choice logo displayed on their Food Hygiene Certificate:

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SOURCE: Health Promotion Board Healthier Dining - Healthier Eateries
 
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mradult

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Is eating out an integral part of your daily routine? Are you a working professional who has to fit power breakfasts and business lunches into your hectic schedule? Or do you tend to grab a quick meal on the go? With so many of us caught up in the rat race, do we really have the time to think about what's healthy for our body?

We thought we'd make it easier for you to start eating healthily by recommending healthier food choices that are offered by restaurants, hawker stalls and caterers located throughout Singapore. With these healthier options readily available, there is certainly no excuse to eat poorly.

The key to healthy dining is no secret, really. You don't have to stick to salads or soups. You can limit your intake of fat, cholesterol, calories and sodium by simply paying close attention to what goes into your favourite stir-fried sambal prawns, braised chicken and mushroom in claypot or grilled stingray. Balance and moderation are essential in maintaining a healthy diet.

The Health Promotion Board has worked with numerous restaurants, hawker stalls and caterers to provide you an array of healthier dishes that are lower in fat, salt and sugar and enhanced with added vegetables and fruit. The next time you dine out at a healthier restaurant or order food from a healthier caterer, look out for the healthier dishes marked with the Healthier Choice logo.

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Do you know that we now have more than 600 hawker stalls that are using healthier ingredients in their cooking? Participating stall has a healthier choice logo displayed on their Food Hygiene Certificate. These hawkers have agreed to partially replace ingredients - such as use brown rice and brown rice vermicelli instead of white rice and those vermicelli made with refined flour, and to replace high saturated fat cooking oil with specially formulated reduced-saturated fat oil. Hawkers will prepare their signature dishes with healthier ingredients without being 'asked'. This ensures that all Singaporeans who buy from the participating hawker stalls get to enjoy healthier meals.

These hawkers have agreed to partially replace ingredients - such as coconut milk with evaporated milk, use fibre-added vermicelli instead of those made with refined flour, and to replace high saturated fat cooking oil with specially formulated reduced-saturated fat oil. Hawkers will prepare their signature dishes with healthier ingredients without being 'asked'. This ensures that all Singaporeans who buy from the participating hawker stalls get to enjoy healthier meals.

For healthier hawker stalls, look for a stall with a healthier choice logo displayed on their Food Hygiene Certificate:

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SOURCE: Health Promotion Board Healthier Dining - Healthier Eateries
That's really helpful of you! Very informative. Thank you so much. Now I can start looking for those participating stalls. :)