在九月份的Reader’s Digest(讀者文摘)上偶然看到一篇介紹，它是摘錄自一本新書Stealth Health，有關上餐廳點菜的「健康小竅門」。
1. Order fewer dishes than there are people at the table. Chinese starters are usually regarded for sharing, not just for one person.
2. Avoid fried starters – so no spring roll.
3. Opt for steamed rice, no fried. If the restaurant serves brown rice, go for it.
4. Choose dishes rich in vegetables, and order at least one vegetarian starter.
5. Always ask for the sauce on the table. Chinese restaurant chefs often stir-fry the main ingredients, mix them together, then ladle on the sauce. So with the sauce on the side, you’ll be guaranted use far less.
6. Eat with chopsticks, you’ll get less of the often high-calorie, high-salt sauce.