The entry of robots into homes and industrial kitchens will dramatically change dietary habits &, consequently, the whole food industry.

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Modern life has made eating in restaurants a routine and part of social interaction. The emphasis will be on healthy food prepared and served by robots.

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The whole food chain will undergo a dramatic change for the better. There will be no point in fast food preparation and unhealthy when at a reasonable price (the price of a small car), you will have at home a robot that will perform all the time-consuming tasks.

 

Robots that will perform all the complex tasks of cooking and serving food are the next nutritional revolution.

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The entry of robots into the home and industrial kitchens will dramatically change nutritional habits.

  • Home robots will make it affordable to prepare quality food anywhere, without the need for fast food preparation that is usually industrialized and processed and highly harmful to our health. High-quality food, prepared, and served by robots on the spot at a competitive price, is only a matter of time.

The fast-food (and unhealthy) catering giants have one last chance to undergo a dramatic change before advanced robots enter industrial and home kitchens.

  • A dramatic perceptual change is needed in every area of fast-food restaurants. The entry of advanced robots into industrial and home kitchens will cause a severe crisis in the industry. (Especially the big chains) The required change is fresh and healthy food based only on natural ingredients. The main difficulty is that a completely different business model and particularly aggressive pricing are required.

 

In the meantime, we should adopt proper eating habits outside the home. (It will minimize potential health damages)

  • Eating in restaurants is very popular and, in many cases, inevitable, for business, fun, and family occasions—many excellent restaurants with superb food, high hygiene conditions, and remarkable variety. Many people prefer to eat in restaurants during their lunch break. (Usually, they are familiar with the menu.) Coffee shops with salads and cold dishes are often perceived as having less potential for harm in the long run.

 

Sitting in restaurants will not go away! Only the prepared food came off the shelves.

 Potential health issues in restaurants.

  • The freshness of food products, recycled food leftovers (Usually hard to know, unless sick after dining.)
  • Recycled fats – overheating turns liquid fats into hydrogenated fats; they are toxic and harmful. (Sometimes hard to know; burned fat gets dark, but the light dish does not mean that the oil used was reasonable.  
  • Poor Hygiene conditions. (A good restaurant will have its toilets cleaned regularly.
  • Unhealthy low variety dishes animal products without balancing fresh salads and vegetable recipes.
  • Lots of calories per meal.
  • Soft drinks & alcoholic beverages without a variety of healthier drinks.   

Not many restaurants serve organic or vegan food. (It is more expensive but a good investment in one's health.)

 

The new trend of cheap fast food with a courier to home. (Very comfortable but not recommended.)

Pros.

  • It is very convenient that the hot food comes to your home ready and packed at reasonable prices.

Cons.

  • It is a very industrialized food that is designed for rapid preparation.
  • The reservation is sometimes via an app, which does not allow the restaurant to be chosen.
  • The frying is done with deep oil, often recycled, and creates hydrogenated fat. (Extremely toxic to the body.)
  • This is an inferior food for health. If you have to eat fast food prep, you better order from the big chains with better quality control.  

 

Tips on how to choose the healthiest dishes in a restaurant:

Main dishes: 

  • Check the menu for essential dishes like baked vegetables or fresh salads, beans, legumes, sprouts, mushrooms, good bread, lovely fruit desserts, and healthy drinks. 
  • If you are a fish-type lover (less acidic than meat and easier to digest), you should prefer deep-sea fish (less contaminated than other fish). For example, Halibut, Locus, or Salmon (preferably from the north sea, like the Norwegian or Scottish)
  • Eating ground meat like hamburgers or sausages is not recommended if you still need meat. Clean meat or steak is better. It better be served with vegetables. (To prevent over-acidity of the intestines.)
  • Cow's dairy products dishes are not recommended. (Goat milk products are much better.)  
  • Beans, legumes, sprouts, and mushrooms are great for starters or main dishes.
  • If you eat starchy food, prefer rice or sweet potatoes over pasta or French fries. Quinoa or other moist cereals are a better choice if available.
    • Adding natural sauces is recommended as they help with the digestive emulsification process.

Deserts & beverages:  

  • Drink freshly squeezed juice (if available), black coffee, or tea. (Without sugar or a flat teaspoon.)
  • Red wine is better than white for wine lovers due to resveratrol ant-oxidants. 
  • Fruit salad is much better than any cack; nuts and berries are, of course, welcome.
  • Yogurt dushes with fruit are better than other sweet desserts if available; goat yogurt is the better choice.
  • Processed Ice cream is not recommended; natural yogurt ice cream, made with fresh fruit, with no additives or preservatives, is a better option.    

 

Family & friends' occasions

Usually, on family & friends' occasions, there is typically no problem with the quality and freshness of products or recycled fats.

  • Of course, the main recommendations are the same, with friends and family.
  • If invited to late dinner (after 19:30), the dishes one eats should be very light; meat of any kind, especially with high glycemic starches, is not recommended. (Hard to digest)
  • Fish and moist starches (like rice) are easier to digest, especially when adding natural oils or fats. (Low quantities.) 

 

Food stalls. 

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Food stands - Try to minimize eating processed & fried food in food stands. 

  • Hotdogs, hamburgers, and all fried food are not recommended. (Processed food with the risk of recycled hydrogenated trans-fats.) 
  • Bagels, Sandwiches, and cold dishes made of raw unprocessed vegetables and fruit are safer.  
  • Drinking in fresh juice stands is recommended; freshly squeezed juice has many health benefits. 

 

Within a few decades, there will be no fast-food chains left based on industrialized and processed food. 

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