Paleo? Weight Watchers? Keto? Vegan? Get recommendations from fellow dieters on how to customize your Dragon Bowl to fit your diet…
The Dragon's Tale
Welcome to The Dragon’s Tale.
The Dragon’s Tale is an opportunity for us to create a dialog with you, our valued guest. Our posts will address a wide range of subjects ranging from Dragon Bowl specific posts, general health and diet posts and posts about our involvement in the community. We hope you find our blog interesting, valuable and entertaining.
A flexitarian is a semi-vegetarian who eats more plant-based foods and less meat. One third of global consumers are embracing this philosophy and cutting back on meat, and so are we! Here are our top 4 reasons why we LOVE Flexitarianism…
Clean eating can put out the fire that’s making you sick. Chronic inflammation has been associated with an increased risk of arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, and cancer. Sure, some inflammation is good—like the acute kind is a form of self-protection, your body’s immune response to a cut or pathogens entering the […]
Here’s a secret: slaving away inside your body—right this minute—is your very own personal trainer working tirelessly to help you burn calories and shed fat. It’s called your metabolism, and it’s the sum of everything your body does. Each time you eat, enzymes in your body’s cells break down the food and turn it into […]
Watch out for these foes of eating clean. 1. Artificial Sweeteners In May – some 12 years since the last time a high-intensity artificial sweetener was approved for use in the United States – the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the production and usage of a new sugar substitute called advantame. Think of […]
Learn which foods are best to avoid and what foods to incorporate into your diet to help prevent cancer. Avoid these foods: 1. Deep-fried foods. When meat or potatoes are deep-fried, the high heat creates acrylamides. Animal studies have linked acrylamide exposure to several types of cancer. 2. Cured, processed and smoked meats. To keep […]
“Nourishing the Community...One Bowl at a Time”
When you dine at Dragon Bowl, you’re supporting a local eatery that helps make our community a better place. We care about the well-being of our neighborhood (and our guests!). That’s why you’ll often find us raising funds and hosting dine-outs for local schools & organizations.
*$1500 raised for local schools & nonprofits through dine-outs
*$5500 raised for The Giving Kitchen during Chinese New Year
*$7000 for local school garden raised during our grand opening celebration