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How Do You Dine Out At Chinese Restaurants?

How do you dine out at Chinese Restaurants? Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please,join our community todayto contribute and support the site. This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies. How do you dine out at Chinese Restaurants? I am newly diagnosed and I probably eat Chinese food at least four times a week (plus leftovers). What sort of modifications can I ask for? Thanks in advance. I love chinese food but I haven't had it in a couple of years and few and far between before that bc its near impossible (probably actually impossible) to have the dishes that I really like without my blood sugar being crazy. If you happen to like steamed veggies with no rice you're in luck, but otherwise it is slim pickins. I do make myself some chinese-ish and vietnamese-ish food at home with no cornstarch or sugar or rice. I think this might be an area that you should consider changing. Haven't eaten in a chinese restaurant since diagnosis, but would ask if there are plain steamed veggies with no cornstarch or sugars, seems like a lost cause to me, even fish sauce has more carbs than I could handle:( As Jayne mentioned, I also make asian type foods at home su Continue reading >>

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  1. Nixo

    Chinese Food Good/Bad?

    Might be going for a Chinese but am wary.Anyone got any advice on what would be safe.Thought maybe veg.stir-fry,something like that.

  2. Tiger Lily

    watch the sauces......... take from the top of the dish so that you don't get a lot of sauces
    lemon chicken, ginger beef, sweet n sour chicken balls, tomatoes and beef all are VERY sweet sauces....... don't even try to eat from the top of the dish
    chop suey is good, egg foo yung, curried beef n brocolli, pan fried dumplings (watch the total carbs) with the vinegar sauce all seem to be ok for me
    i'm sure others will chime in with dishes that they have had success with :-)
    good luck

  3. clk

    Moo goo gai pan is also good but watch the serving size. I have a friend (no diabetes) who orders chinese broccoli rice and chicken when she goes out. If you order stir fry be sure to specify lemon juice, garlic juice, chicken or veg broth instead of a sauce. Ask them to bring a take home container with your meal.
    If serving is too big transfer extra to your take home container before you start to eat. That way you will not be tempted to eat more than is good for you.
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Chinese Food... - Type 2 Diabetes - Diabetes Forums

Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please,join our community todayto contribute and support the site. This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies. I LOVE chinese food and have not ate any since I was dx'd last week, does anyone here have a problem with there BG after eating Chinese food? I love the eggrolls, fried rice, beef and broccoli and all kinds of chinese food actually I have heard it's not that bad for you as a diabetic but I don't really know the truth to that...any stories would help! Those eggrolls and fried rice are loaded with starchy carbs (and fat). And many of the sauces used in Chinese restaurants include cornstarch as a thickening agent, rendering innocent veggies like broccoli more carb-laden than your system might like. That said, just as with Mexican food you can find items that are tasty and satisfying; You just need to be selective, test to see what works for you, and really be aware of portion control. Perhaps you should pick up a book or two about low glycemic index carbohydrates. Also, get the Calorie King guide (available in most book stores and on the web) and use it to determine the carb content of the foods you eat. It Continue reading >>

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  1. Nixo

    Chinese Food Good/Bad?

    Might be going for a Chinese but am wary.Anyone got any advice on what would be safe.Thought maybe veg.stir-fry,something like that.

  2. Tiger Lily

    watch the sauces......... take from the top of the dish so that you don't get a lot of sauces
    lemon chicken, ginger beef, sweet n sour chicken balls, tomatoes and beef all are VERY sweet sauces....... don't even try to eat from the top of the dish
    chop suey is good, egg foo yung, curried beef n brocolli, pan fried dumplings (watch the total carbs) with the vinegar sauce all seem to be ok for me
    i'm sure others will chime in with dishes that they have had success with :-)
    good luck

  3. clk

    Moo goo gai pan is also good but watch the serving size. I have a friend (no diabetes) who orders chinese broccoli rice and chicken when she goes out. If you order stir fry be sure to specify lemon juice, garlic juice, chicken or veg broth instead of a sauce. Ask them to bring a take home container with your meal.
    If serving is too big transfer extra to your take home container before you start to eat. That way you will not be tempted to eat more than is good for you.
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Type 1: Is It Ok To Eat Chinese

Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community Find support, ask questions and share your experiences. Join the community Julia McCoulough Type 1 Well-Known Member Is it ok to have Chinese food please and also Indian because I was told I could I am not a Chinese food eater but I would say no to the rice and noodles I love Indian curries but will not now eat the rice or naan bread Julia McCoulough Type 1 Well-Known Member I am not a Chinese food eater but I would say no to the rice and noodles I love Indian curries but will not now eat the rice or naan bread I don't like a lot of rice but I do like my noodles it all depends on the food choices you make. personally I avoid the rice, noodles, gloopy MSG sauces, sweet sauces and deep fried batters. It doesn't leave much, but it does mean I won't go hungry if my friends insist on Chinese. I don't like a lot of rice but I do like my noodles Yes, you can eat Chinese and Indian. I personally don't eat the full portion of rice or noodles as they can have a lot of carbs in. You'll need to carb count and adjust your insulin. Test lots afterwards. Julia McCoulough Type 1 Well-Known Member Yes, you can eat Chinese and Indian. I personally don't Continue reading >>

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  1. allen405

    Chinese food

    What is with Chinese food that always spikes my BS?

  2. Jan8

    I don't know because it lowers mine. I guess it depends on what you order. I get chicken chow mein.

  3. bayridgevet

    Lots of sugar in Chinese food, I usually do some extra exercise and I did test about three hours after to check

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