1. Drink green tea
love green tea. “Macha” or green tea powder is made from the highest quality leaves. Leaves that are dried and made in good quality. This powder is combined with hot water and is consumed at the tea party. The Tea Gala is a movement where the makah is introduced.
Green tea is not only sweet and delicious, it also has some great benefits and is one of the healthiest types of tea throughout the world. This tea is rich in antioxidants. Antioxidants fight free radicals, delay the aging process and even lose weight.
Drinking green tea also reduces the risk of cancer and heart disease. According to a study conducted in 2006, among adults, those who consumed most of the green tea had a lower risk of cardiovascular disease and death. The study also showed that the mortality rate for Japanese citizens who drank 5 teaspoons daily was 26% lower than the others.
2 Consuming fermented materials
Japanese often use fermented food, for example, the name of some of these foods is as follows: Kefir, Kimchi, Miso and …. Fermented foods are foods that are made in a process of lactating fermentation. In this process, natural bacteria nourish sugar and starch in foods and produce lactic acid. Fermentation keeps nutrients in the food and produces beneficial enzymes; Vitamin B, Omega 3, Fatty Acids and Probiotics.
Fermentation leads to the growth of bacteria that help intestinal function and help to lose weight by digesting food more digestible. Other benefits include the removal of harmful toxins and heavy metals from cellular tissue.
According to a study published in 2014 and published in the journal Physiological Anthropology, there is a link between fermented dairy products and the growth of gut microbes.
This study showed that non-feminine non-fungal and medicinal plants also have a positive effect on intestinal microbes and may have long-term effects on the brain-to-brain communication.
3 Welcome seafood
Unlike the Americans, the Japanese are much more interested in seafood than in red meat. Well, red meat is known to cause a lot of health problems, including extreme obesity, high cholesterol, and inflammatory diseases.
Rice and Noodles, or the same variety, are mixed in a variety of seafood and provide a wide variety of foods to make Japanese desserts. There is a sea round Japan around the country, and this has made it a huge source of shellfish, a variety of fish such as tuna, Ishmair fish, salmon, shrimp and more. These seafood are heavily promoted in Japan.
Fish is an extraordinary source of protein rich in nutrients, and omega-3 fatty acids. These materials are very useful to the brain, heart and other organs of the body.
Omega-3 fatty acids are very useful for reducing body fat, especially for reducing abdominal fat. In addition, seafood helps reduce inflammation of the body and is beneficial for the nervous system.
Omega-3 fatty acids also help with a beautiful skin and make the skin look smooth and attractive. These beneficial fats prevent skin disorders such as atopic dermatitis, acne vulgaris, skin cancer, and so on.
The Japanese believe that the healthier your fish will be, the more healthy your health, and use different types of fish in different forms of raw, grilled, fried, cooked, steamed, boiled, and so on.
4 Smaller meals
Catering in Japan is usually done in small amounts and sizes. Lower amounts of food make you eat less and help lower your weight. The volume of food on smaller plates looks more and makes you eat less. This way, you can prevent overeating and unpleasant calories.
When it comes to weight loss , the amount of food is more important than the type of food you are eating. Some of the most basic Japanese principles in serving and eating are as follows:
Do not fill the dish completely;
cook only a small amount of
food ; fresh food is the best; the
food should be beautifully decorated; and any food stuffed in the tablecloth It should show its natural beauty.
5 Institutionalization of the habit of walking
The Japanese, both men and women, are accustomed to walking and walking a lot. Walking is one of the best practices for fitness and the best of sports. Walking, in addition to weight loss, helps improve cardiovascular function, increases energy and mood, and reduces stress.
Japan’s population is concentrated in cities and most people usually use normal and underground trains. And for this reason they either walk or bike to reach the station and return from it. Even children go on foot to go to school, and their parents do not drive them in the car exactly to the front of the classroom.
Except for walking, biking is also widespread in Japan. Many people use bikes for their commute. This way, they show a double shot and exercise.
6 Opposition to eating while on the move
The time to eat in Japan is very sacred and important, so eating is not worth the while driving. When you are traveling, you should not eat and this is considered by the Japanese to be foolish and disrespectful. That’s why you’re rarely seen on the street or public transport.
The Japanese do not do anything else while eating. That means the round of television, work and … make a big red line. Cleanliness and eating habits are very important to them, and they form an important part of the eating habits in Japan. The Japanese eaten very calmly and allowed the digestion of the stomach to give them better food. In addition, they slowly eaten the brain to give Siri a command. Of course, the wood used to eat food as a spoon and fork also does not affect the calming food.
When you slowly eat, you stop the Mumbai’s time to issue orders; in contrast to the habit of Americans who, with a lot of overeating, prevent the connection between the brain and the stomach.
7 Healthy ways to cook
Japanese do not just use healthy ingredients for their foods, but they are also well-suited to cook. To avoid oil consumption, they usually eat foods roasted, raw or boiled in a gentle flame. These methods also help maintain the taste and nutrients in the diet.
Flashing a lot of material in Japan is meaningless. If some foods come with frying, just a little bit of that food will be consumed along with other basic ingredients. Tempura, for example, is an example of these fried foods, which, of course, is eaten in a small amount with other foods. In this way, they eat a healthy meal together.
8 Practice martial arts
Various martial arts are prevalent in Japan, and men and women pay for them. In fact, one of the main mysteries of being well-dressed and staying young Japanese women is various martial arts such as Judo, Karate, Aikido and more. Most martial arts improve the condition of the cardiovascular system and increase fitness and body resistance. These exercises enhance muscle strength and flexibility. And the best way to do this is to improve the overall health of the body and slow down the aging process in people.
A research project that was conducted in 2013 indicated that martial arts improved body composition and improved bone marrow biomarkers. That is, it increases the formation and strength of the bones and reduces their absorption. Another benefit of these exercises is to reduce inflammation in women who are overweight and overweight and who are still in the early menopause.
9 Use hot springs
Hot springs in Japan are good sources of life. Due to geographical circumstances, the country is a country where there are many volcanic mountains. And so on its islands there are thousands of hot spring springs called “onsen” in the local language.
Hot springs have healing properties and are very beneficial for health. These springs are due to high temperatures of minerals such as magnesium, calcium, silica and niacin. By bathing in these springs, your body is immersed in minerals and your hydrostatic pressure rises and makes your flow and oxygen supply to your heart and other organs better.
The use of hot springs reduces stress and sleep, resulting in the beauty and improved skin. The hot spring bath at least twice a month is one of the reasons young people are welcome and welcome to Japanese women.
10 Healthy desserts
The dessert in Japanese cuisine is not very important. Japanese women do not consume much sweets, and this is another reason for their fitting limbs . In Japan, people usually eat fresh fruits after eating and do not use sweet desserts. Sugar is one of the main causes of extreme obesity, especially in the United States. Japanese
sweets have a small caramel and are made with refined flour and removes harmful and obsolete substances. Most Japanese sweets are made from useful ingredients such as potato sugar, buckwheat flour and fresh fruits. Even if the Japanese use western sweets, their volume will be very small and small