THEIR SECRET IS SIMPLY AMAZING…
For the past 25 years Japanese women held the record for longest living women in the world, that is because their average lifespan of is 84.
Not only do they live the longest but they also look like they are resistant to aging. In this article we’ll share with you their secret to longevity and everlasting youth so that you can take advantage of it as well.
The Japanese writer, Naomi Moriyama, reveals the answers for long and healthy life in her book Japanese women don’t get old or fat, by exploring the world of her mother’s Japanese kitchen. The traditional Japanese cuisine incorporates foods that prevent weight gain and aging according to the author. These foods, such as fish, seaweed, fruits, soy, rice, vegetables and green tea, are actually consumed on a regular daily basis and contribute greatly to healthy weight loss and weight management, and all of them provide anti-aging properties.
Moreover, typically consisted of grilled fish, bowl of rice, cooked vegetables, soup, green tea and fruits are the Japanese home cooked and traditional meals. The Japanese are also probably the greatest fish consumers in the world. In fact, nearly 10% of all fish consumption in the world attributes to this nation. Taken that they account for 2% the world population this is rather surprising.
In her book, the writer also points out that children are taught the basis of healthy eating since childhood; this includes eating slowly and appreciating the food consumed. There are also rules to obey at the dining table – huge portions or filling up the bowls is not allowed. Also, each food is served separately.
That the Japanese cuisine is fairly simple – meal preparation is rather slow while the usual means of cooking include brief grilling or steaming and that is the good thing for all those who’d like to try this out. In addition, as a side meal to each dish the Japanese eat rice– this also serves as a replacement for bread. Between eastern and western eating habits this is basically one of the crucial differences.
In Japan, the breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it usually comprises a number of foods and drinks including green tea, steamed rice, soup, tofu, young garlic, seaweed, omelet or a piece of fish.
The Japanese rarely eat sugary foods and they always come in small portions even when they are served. Many think that the Japanese women don’t like chocolate, cookies, ice cream or cakes, but the truth is they’ve been taught the negative long-term implications these foods have on overall health.
As Moriyama concludes in the book “In Japan exercise is part of the daily routine and in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle they built an entire culture of biking, walking and hiking.”
This post is created by everydayhappy7 team.