Instant Ding Dim Sum is delicious and convenient, and is a popular choice for breakfast and dinner. Recently, nutritionist Amy Tsang recommended 12 zero low calorie Ding Ding, and listed the calories, carbohydrates, fat and protein in each one.
12 No Low Calorie Recommendations
Amy posted on her Instagram page, recommending 12 low calorie and low fat Ding Ding. The fat per packet is about 1 to 3 teaspoons of oil, and the calories range from 160 to 309 calories. They can be used as breakfast options. Click on the picture below to see the nutritional information of each snack:
However, Amy reminded that Ding Ding Dim Sum, as a frozen food, has a relatively high sodium content and low protein content. It is recommended to eat 1 to 2 times a week at most, and try to eat light meals to add protein.
The above content is reproduced with permission, and the original text was published on Instagram “amytsang_nutritionist”.
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