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Sushi: The Ultimate Dining Out Option for Dieters

Last updated 5 years ago

Are you trying to shed some pounds before the holiday season? Even if you’re on a diet, you can still enjoy a meal out with friends if you choose the right restaurant. Japanese restaurants offer dozens of healthy options that are great for any dieter. When you eat at a top sushi bar, cutting back on calories doesn’t mean that you have to cut back on outstanding flavor.

  • Why Sushi Is Healthy

The dishes at Japanese restaurants are packed with proteins, vegetables, and fiber, and are often low in carbohydrates and fats. Fish is one of the healthiest dining options, as it offers a high-protein meal, essential oils and amino acids, and very low fat content. By choosing to dine on sushi, you can ensure that your dinner is packed with the vitamins and nutrients your body needs to boost your metabolism and feel energized.

  • How to Choose Low-Calorie Options

When you head out to your local sushi restaurant for dinner, it’s important to pay close attention and find the healthiest menu choices. Pick rolls that contain lean, darker fishes, like salmon or tuna, accompanied by healthy vegetables. You can also get the lowest calorie meal by ordering sashimi, which is simply the raw fish without any added rice. You can augment your meal with a salad. Ask for light dressing to ensure a great and healthy meal.

  • What Special Requests to Make

Do you find that your favorite rolls tend to be the ones higher in fat and calories? You can make a few simple alterations to make any sushi roll a healthy option. First, ask the chef to use half the rice of a regular roll. Then, be sure to ask that fattening ingredients, like cream cheese, be left out or minimized.

If you want to eat out without the guilt, head to your favorite local sushi restaurant. Kabuki Japanese Restaurants offer the highest quality authentic sushi in a comfortable, elegant atmosphere. Find out more about our excellent sushi options by visiting our website today. 


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