Why should you eat Pho


Vietnamese are absolut pramatist. In Vietnam Pho is everytime in everywhere for everyone to enjoy , because Pho with its ingredients offers various benefits.

Simple to get, interesting to enjoy, easy to digest and gluten-free

Pho doest make you headache by order. Even easier if you are regular customer. The cook knows already what you want and if the Pho stall is not full, you will get your Pho in 3-5 min. It is a kind of fast food, but fresh cooked and full with aroma. With a history of centuries, today Pho archives a golden proportion between rice noodle, which is absolut gluten-free, broth, meat, ingredients…It is hot served and perfect for the digestion

Good source of protein

Most variations of pho include beef, chicken or only vegetable. A 2-cup (475ml) serving packs about 30 grams of protein, making it an excellent source of this filling nutrient.

Sufficient protein intake is important, as this macronutrient serves as the main building block for your body and is used to make muscles, tendons, organs, skin, and hormones. It’s also needed for other processes.

The recommended dietary allowance for protein is 0.4 grams per pound (0.8 grams per kg) of body weight per day, though most people require more than that. Eating pho as part of a healthy diet can help you meet your needs.

Our first Mevui Pho stall is in Legian and with walking distance to the most beautiful Legian surf beach in Bali. Just come to us after few hours surfing, enjoy a Pho and you will feel how your body is “ fully recharged” but doesn’t make you overweight.

Nutritious ingredients

Many of the ingredients in pho offer potential health benefits, such as:

Bone broth may promote joint health. Bone broth contains glucosamine, chondroitin, and collagen — all of which may promote joint health.

Ginger helps reduce inflammation. Ginger contains gingerol, a compound that has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects and may reduce joint pain and inflammation.

Herbs and vegetables are highly nutritious. Herbs and vegetables in pho, such as Thai basil, cilantro, green onions, and chili peppers, pack many nutrients and potent anti-inflammatory compounds. Many spices and herbs, including cilantro and basil in pho, are high in polyphenols. These compounds have been linked to a reduced risk of chronic conditions like heart disease and cancer.

In the reality is very hard to know the amount of herbs and spices you should take and in which way, therefor eating a Pho is the best solution to you intake of these powerful substances.

Though it’s difficult to determine the amount of herbs and spices needed to reap health benefits, eating pho can contribute to your intake of these powerful substances.