Do you like sushi? Sushi is widely considered as a healthy food. Japanese women are among the healthiest in the world. For this reason, sushi is becoming more and more __1__ around the globe.
The following facts, however, may upset (使烦恼) sushi-lovers. A “light lunch” of sushi can actually __2__ you to take in lots of calories (卡路里) and carbohydrates (碳水化合物). According to dietitian (营养学家) Rachel Beller, sushi is not a healthy food. In her book Eat to Lose, Eat to Win, she gives her __3__ about eating better.
“A sushi roll has 290 to 350 calories,” says Beller. Normally, a sushi lunch includes two or three of these rolls. So one will take in a total of up to 1,050 calories for a lunch. And guess what? A Big Mac (麦当劳的巨无霸汉堡) only has about 500 calories. Now, you can see for yourself how we’re __4__ ourselves that we’re enjoying a “low-calorie” and “healthy” sushi lunch!
__5__, Beller points out that sushi is never a perfect source of nutrition (营养). Some people believe eating sushi is a good way to take in nutrition — sushi is expensive and should be nutritious. But, in fact, most sushi has very little protein (蛋白质) in it.
Now, do you still consider sushi __6__? Will you still love sushi?
1. A. expensive B. important C. popular D. useful
2. A. allow B. cause C. help D. want
3. A. feelings B. experiences C. information D. opinions
4. A. fooling B. pleasing C. reminding D. telling
5. A. For example B. In short C. In fact D. What’s more
6. A. healthy B. delicious C. traditional D. convenient