Saturday, January 21, 2012

A Healthy Diet with Shabu-shabu

Shabu-shabu is a Japanese food, for those who is not familiar with shabu-shabu, here's a little explanation about the shabu-shabu.

Shabu-shabu is a Japanese delicacy made of very thin slices of beef dipped in a pot of hot water on the table, and waved in the sauce for a few times before it is eaten with sauce (Tare) contain sesame called gomadare or ponzu. Inside the pot there are usually vegetables, tofu, or kuzukiri. Besides beef, other meats can be eaten in shabu-shabu way such as chicken, lamb, fugu fish, squid and snapper. Shabu-shabu meal can help a person's diet. If taken properly and regularly. Shabu-shabu is very good for someone who wants to enjoy lunch or dinner without fear of excess calories.

These foods are very fit with a healthy lifestyle, because everything are boiled and none of them are fried in oil. The meals are very complete, there are beef, chicken, fish, seafood, shellfish, shrimp and squid. For the sauce, it may use chicken soup, or tom yam soup. Tofu, cloud ear [NGGOLEK KATA IKI ANGEL, CAK, HAHAHA], and vermicelli were also presented in this menu. More complete with healthy vegetables, green cabbage and white cabbage.

Nutrient content and benefits of shabu-shabu is complete, such as shrimp with essential fatty acids can lower bad cholesterol and preventing atherosclerosis. Besides delicious, the squid is also rich in nutrients, there is protein, minerals and various vitamins. Vegetables are also very beneficial for preventing heart disease and stroke.

In a serving shabu-shabu generally contain 10 g fat, 67 mg cholesterol, 205 mg sodium, 67 g carbohydrates, and 41 g protein.

That's why shabu-shabu is very good on consumption to help your diet. With a complete composition and a healthy way of cooking, then you do not have to worry about the threat of a torturous diet, instead you can enjoy your diet with a delicious menu