5 Reasons to Eat a Thai-style Diet

Tom Kha kai
Tom Kha soup is surprisingly healthy. The broth is rich in minerals that are good for you.

Thai food is one of the most popular cuisines in the world and is liked for its distinct and strong flavours. It is both healthy and tasty. There are 5 reasons to opt for Thai food !

Thai soup
Thai food is famous all over the world and most of travel people likes its tasty flavours.

1. Incredibly tasty

Thai cooking is all about balancing the four key flavours of salty (fish sauce), sour (limes), sweet (sugar) and spicy (chillies). It has BIG flavours.

A lot of Thai food is so flavourful that you don't need to eat as much to feel satisfied and also, and importantly, it's not dependent on fats for the flavour.

Thai food is mostly gluten free
Thai food is a great choice for gluten-free and dairy-free eaters.

2. Mostly gluten free

A Thai diet is rice-based rather than wheat-based. So it is naturally good for gluten-free diets and those looking to cut down on eating wheat.

Rice is the staple of Thai cooking. Even the words for eating, for having a meal, 'gin kao' means literally 'eat rice'. Rice is more easily digestible than wheat carbohydrates such as bread and pasta, and suitable for those on a gluten-free diet.

Thai Wok
Thai cooking, super easy and super fast!

3. Super-quick to cook

Most Thai dishes just minutes to make.

Yes, you need to prepare the ingredients, but it's still pretty fast.

Thai Green curry paste
Thai cuisine is one of the healthiest foods you can eat.

4. Amazing health properties

So many ingredients in Thai cooking have amazing health properties - get them without even thinking when you're regularly eating chillies, garlic, galangal, lemongrass and more. boosts your metabolism - those spicy, salty flavours - your body loves them and it moves a bit quicker for them.

Thai Chillies
What's the spiciest Thai dish you've ever tasted?

5. Chillies make you happy !

Your body reacts to the spiciness by releasing natural endorphins that just feel good.

Also it's long been known that chillies can help suppress appetite and burn calories. As Thai people say "eat spicy, get small"!