That makes you wonder...how healthy is popular Indonesian cuisine? How much worse can it get if Indonesians start adopting more western food?...but numbers are increasing due to adapting habits to Western food.
The idea in the west is that we should eat 200gr to 300gr of vegetables a day with plenty of variation. But here most of the time the vegetables main function is just to give the plate a little bit of color.
Nasi Goreng is just a load of simple carbs fried in palm oil, MSG (yes!) and spices. The only vegetables on your plate are 2 slices of tomato and cucumber, and lombok. Order the Special and get a bit of chicken sprinkled on top. Mi- and mihun-based meals similar, with just a few leaves of sawi. These are just two examples of many indonesian dishes seriously lacking in nutrients from veggies, legumes and fibre.
My Indonesian GP said about nasi goreng: this is junk food, the Indonesian version.
It is junk food indeed.