What's Good about Japanese Food?
In recent years, many people have started realizing that obesity, weakened immune systems, psychological disorders, and other symptoms are mainly contributed by the unbalanced diets of our daily living. We love to eat the foods saturated with low-quality fats because they taste better on our palettes. We seek for spicy and strongly seasoned foods because we devour the sensationally-awakening experience when they come in contact with our mouths.
As a result of this food trends that is high in stimulants & condensed flavorings, we have been training our bodies’ natural cohesions to be redundant --- out balanced to be normal in the recent years. Some people say that health is the absence of illness. However, that “absence” may not be even longer than we anticipate in the coming years.
Probably it is time to reconsider our eating habits seriously by educating oueselves and keep eyes open to enjoy ingredients or recipes that may have not tried before --- But it will surely open up the opportunities for the new discoveries to “spice up” your daily living.
Many nutritionists and recent researches have referred to the benefits of Japanese food. It is low in fat, high in quality proteins, omega-3 fatty acids, fibers, and phytonutrients. According to CIA’s longevity statistics, Japan occupies the 3rd rank in the longer life expectancy around the world. (https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/index.html)
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