It’s no myth that modern people live in a world that cares about image and appearance. While most people strive to stay fit and healthy, fitness experts say exercise only accounts for 30 percent of one’s ideal image.
The rest comes down to healthy eating.
It’s not easy to eat healthy in China since most of the Chinese dishes are served drowned in oil. Nevertheless, there are options in the city for those who are determined enough to look.
Located on the east side of Chaoyang Soho, Dear Kaka is a restaurant that helps diners to control their calorie intake.
The restaurant serves lunch sets and desserts made from fruits and honey rather than simple sugar.
For lunch sets, the restaurant serves healthy brown rice instead of white rice and cooks each dish with the least oil possible. Selected meats are lean cuts of beef, chicken breast and seafood.
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