How to Eat Healthy at the Japanese Steakhouse or Hibachi

What to order

  1. Smoked meats (turkey, chicken, pulled pork, brisket, baby back ribs
  2. 'Naked' versions of meats (meaning: without the sauce)
  3. Order the 'plate' option instead of sandwich to cut the mega carbs and lack of fiber from the buns.
  4. Get the smallest size or split a plate (or take half back and put in the fridge for later--OR--just don't eat all of it!)
  5. Load up on the fresh/cold veggies they have: lettuce, tomato, dill pickles, onions, cucumbers, jalapeno, (side salad if they have it).
  6. Cooked veggies like pinto beans, green beans, okra (ONLY if not fried!), or collard greens.

AVOID

  1. Any meat cooked in sauce, or already smothered in sauce.
  2. Sauces--they're all loaded in sugar/carbs. **If you must get sauce opt for the vinegar-based and only use a small amount.
  3. Coleslaw
  4. Onion rings
  5. Mac n cheese
  6. Cornbread
  7. Baked beans

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