Why you should eat more Vietnamese food

Vietnam is considered as a paradise for food lovers. Not only is Vietnamese food delicious, but it is also really healthy. It is the statement of a well-know UK-based website – Huffingtonpost.

Low in fat, gluten-free and jam-packed with vitamins and minerals, Vietnamese food is perfect to boost your immune system, aid weight loss and give your energy.

 

Let’s see 7 reasons why we should eat more Vietnamese food.

1. To keep you looking young…

Containing various antioxidants, Vietnamese food is ideal to delay ageing. Its salads and soups are prepared from fresh herbs, spices, plenty of vegetables, providing the eaters with Vitamins E, A and lean protein which are proved by the science to fight free radicals in your body (one of the major causes of premature ageing) and heal scrapes and scars, and keep wrinkles at bay.

2. To boost your immune system and fight fatigue…

Only in one bowl of Vietnam food, there are loads of daily vitamins and minerals. Authentic Vietnamese stocks are a great source of 10 of your vitamins and minerals including vitamins C, B3, B6, folate, iron and magnesium – nutrients which all contribute to the reduction of tiredness.

3. To regulate blood sugar…

The science has proved that eating less wheat is a perfect way to regulate your blood sugar, and of course, Vietnamese food contains no wheat. It is one of the reasons why you should eat food of Vietnam. It is almost always naturally gluten-free, as many of the dishes are made with rice noodles, rice papers and rice flour. A small amount of Vietnamese food is made with soy sauce, but even that can be substituted with a gluten-free option.

4. To improve your digestion…

It is impossible to leave the vegetables from any meal of Vietnamese. And with many kinds of vegetables and restorative herbs like coriander and mint, Vietnamese food is a great treat for your digestion.

 

5. For strong, healthy hair…

From iron, protein and Vitamin C. Eating plenty of iron and lean protein is pertinent to hair growth and maintaining strong, healthy locks. What’s more? Vitamin C aids the absorption of iron, so eating dishes like Vietnamese stir-fries or bun noodles (packed with lean protein and plenty of veggies) will double the pleasure.

6. To avoid sugar…

Almost Vietnamese foods are low in sugar. So, eating Vietnamese food often will certainly help cut the intake of sugar each week.

7. To lose weight…

By cutting calories and eating less fat, you can cut your weight – a fear of many people today. Because Vietnamese food is flavored with herbs and spices (instead of oil or dairy) and is packed full of fresh fruit and vegetables, most authentic dishes, dressings and sauces you’ll find in restaurants are low in calories and fat.

Obtain a Vietnam visa on arrival and come to this country, enjoy its dishes and raise your comments!

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