Are you looking for ways to lower the risk of heart disease? Well, you might want to pay attention to the seafood rich diet typically served in Japan. Heart disease researchers say that a lifetime diet of eating fish such as salmon, sardines, tuna, and many other types of fish seems to protect the Japanese against heart problems such as clogging of the arteries, despite other cardiovascular risk factors.
In this video Naomi Morimoto, author of the book "Japanese Women Don't Get Old Or Fat.", discusses the healthy benefits of the Japanese diet.
Welcome to my Blog. My interest in Japan and Japanese food began in 1971 when I served a mission for my church. Japanese food is delicious, and the Health benefits are great. Japanese people have the longest life expectancies in the world, which many attribute to the Japanese diet, which contriputes to a lesser known fact that is Japanese women have the lowest rates of obesity (only 2.9%) in modern cultures.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
The Health Benefits of a Japanese Diet
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