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I'm an American university student who had the amazing opportunity to stay a month in China this spring. While I was there a chronic digestive problem I have was essentially CURED. Without being too gross the issue causes indigestion gas and bloating and for me to spend entirely too much time on the toilet (and what comes out doesn't look like it should). While I was in China all of these symptoms were GONE it was like I didn't even have this issue and everything was normal. After about a week back in the States the problem was back.

我是一个美国的大学生,今年春季我有幸能在中国停留一个月。在那里我治好了我多年的肠胃病。婉转地说这毛病导致消化不良和胀气,让我在厕所里呆上很久(拉出来的看上去也不是很正常)。当我来中国后,所有这些症状都消失了,就好像我从没得过这病。但当我回到美国后,老毛病又犯了。

So my question to you all is this. What are the differences (in your opinion) between authentic Chinese food and American/British food? (When I was in the U.K. for 10 days in 2015 the problem worsened). I'm aware of the differences in dining culture and truly believe that Americans need to spend more time actually eating not eating and doing 7 other things.

所以我的问题是,正宗的中国菜和英美菜存在哪些不同?(当我2015年在英国呆了10天后,毛病更严重了)。我意识到了餐饮文化上的不同,我相信美国人应该在吃饭时更专注而不是一边吃饭一边做其它7件事情。

TLDR; American feels like she's intolerant to American food and is looking for a Chinese solution after spending a month there this spring. What are the main differences between American/British food and authentic Chinese?

TLDR: 美国人感到她不能容忍美国的食物,并在来中国一个月后寻求中国食物的解决办法。那么英美菜与正宗中国菜的主要区别在哪?