What Japanese eat in a day? In today’s video i’m talking about what is the japanese diet plan? and explains everything you need to know about the traditional Japanese diet. The traditional Japanese diet is a whole-foods-based diet rich in fish, seafood, and plant-based foods with minimal amounts of animal protein, added sugars, and fat.
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What is the traditional Japanese diet – 00:39
How to follow the traditional Japanese diet – O1:35
health benefits of the traditional Japanese diet – 02:51
health benefits of the traditional Japanese diet
1. May improve your digestion
Seaweed, soybeans, fruits, and vegetables are naturally rich in fiber, a nutrient that aids your digestion. Insoluble fiber moves food through your gut and adds bulk to stool, reducing your risk of constipation.
2. May promote a healthy weight
The traditional Japanese diet is rich in vegetables, has small portion sizes, and is naturally low in added sugar and fat. These factors all contribute to a low calorie count. In addition, Japanese culture encourages eating until only 80% full. This practice deters overeating and may contribute to the calorie deficit needed to lose weight.
3. May help you live longer
Japan has one of the world’s highest life expectancies, which many experts attribute to the traditional Japanese diet. In fact, the Japanese island of Okinawa is considered a Blue Zone, which is a region with extremely high longevity. Keep in mind that the Okinawa diet focuses heavily on sweet potatoes and features less rice and fish than the traditional Japanese diet.
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