Sunday, November 24, 2013

10 Ways to Eat Healthily at the Japanese Restaurant

According to a 2010 World Health Organization report, the Japanese have the highest life expectancy in the world. And that may be partly due to their diet, which traditionally consists of vegetables, rice, legumes, and fish. Another outstanding feature of the Japanese diet? Their ways of preparing foods: raw, boiled, steamed, and using a wok. That said, Americans have a way of perverting even the healthiest dishes, drowning them in sodium-packed soy sauce or serving elephant-sized portions. Eat Japanese food the way its originators intended with the 10 tips found in this slideshow. To view the slideshow click here...

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