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<p>Eat Fruits & Vegetables Everyday,
Photography by: Rosa To
Healthy Chinese Cuisine
Using Fruits and Vegetables
Stay Healthy All The Way!
Highlighting the Dietary
Guidelines for Americans 2005
Being overweight and obese has become a major health problem in California, including our Chinese community.
According to the California Behavioral Risk Factor Survey1, over forty percent of Asian American males, and thirty
percent of females in California are overweight!*. This has led to an increase in such diet-related disorders as diabetes,
obesity, and high blood pressure.
Eighty percent of Asian American children and fi fty-six percent of Asian American adults are not eating enough fruits
and vegetables2, 3. Eating at least 2 to 6½ cups of fruits and vegetables (depending on your age, gender and activity
level), and getting 30 to 60 minutes of physical activity everyday, may help to lower our risk of becoming overweight
and our risk of cancer, heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and obesity4 .
This is the fi rst booklet available in Chinese to help increase fruit and vegetable consumption and provide helpful tips
on staying active. This easy method to improve intake of fruits and vegetables is enhanced by celebrity chef Martin Yan
and nutritionist Catherine Wong from Chinatown Public Health Center, who share their secrets for healthy eating and
cooking using authentic Chinese recipes.
I am pleased to recommend this well written and illustrated booklet that will help keep you healthy.
Edward A. Chow, MD
San Francisco Health Commissioner
Executive Director, Chinese Community Health Care Association
(1) California Department of Health Services, Cancer Surveillance Section, California Behavioral Risk Factor Survey, 2004
(2) California Department of Health Services, Cancer Prevention and Nutrition Section, California Children’s Eating & Exercise Practices, 2003
(3) California Department of Health Services, Cancer Prevention and Nutrition Section, the California Di