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Healthy Japanese Food

Not only sushi is a delicious meal, sushi also has great benefits of being a healthy Japanese food. It is mostly made of rice and fish. Many consider sushi being one of the healthiest Japanese foods in all around the world. The average life expectancy for both men and women are very high in Japan. As more and more people choose sushi as their top healthy Japanese food. Sushi is also expanding in many states around the US and other places in Europe.

Fish and Seafood

Sushi is very low in calories. Some white fish such as red snapper and bass contain lower than 100 calories per every 3 ½ oz. Fish such as eel, mackerel and fattier slices of tuna have 200 calories less per 3 ½ oz. Mackerel is a common oily fish, herring and sardine are high in fatty acids (omega-3) Which also prevents heart disease, arthritis and stroke.

Rice

Studies have shown that most of the world’s population live on rice. Rice itself has an excellent source of protein and carbohydrates, it's also gluten-free. It is very suitable for those who are allergic to wheat.

Ginger

Ginger, rice vinegar are a very natural antiseptic. It helps to boost the immune system as it also cures digestion and helps the body to fight against flu or colds.

Vinegar

Most rice vinegar is mainly used to protect food for future use. It also has antibacterial properties that cure digestion as well. It also lowers the risk of very high blood pressure. Works well as a skin conditioner.

Soy Sauce

This sauce is made of soybeans, which also have high levels of protein, iron, potassium, and magnesium. There are several soy products that have a chemical compound known to treat problems involving menopause. Another alternative for wheat allergies is Tamari.

Nori

Seaweed is a very unusual food that has high nutrients. The proteins it has are minerals, iodine vitamins and niacin. These helps to prevent cholesterol from building up in your blood vessels.

Wasabi

The wasabi sauce has vitamin C, which stimulates production of aids digestion and saliva. Wasabi Antibacterial properties that are powerful and are mildly antiseptic.

Once you get an idea of the healthy benefits each Japanese food, you will be able to know what proteins your meals contain and will give you a better understanding of each food before ordering at your favorite local Japanese sushi restaurant. I hope this article has helped everyone to get an idea of the types of healthy proteins each food contains.


Street Talk

Sounds very good to me

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  about 1 decade ago

I also like Japanese food, thanks for this lovely article

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  about 1 decade ago
Joan S  

Japanese food is delicious. I love the way all the flavors work together, and it's also a visual treat. Thanks very much for the tasty article.

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  about 1 decade ago

Now I am hungry! Great article

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  about 1 decade ago

Nice article Julio. yumm!

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  about 1 decade ago
MarleneW  

Great article, I should get around to trying Japanese Food too.

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  about 1 decade ago

I love reading your articles, I hate how hungry it makes me lol

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  about 1 decade ago

Ty, thanks for your feedback =) I can tell you, I've been eating sushi for 4 days straight this week! lol it taste simply delicious!

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  about 1 decade ago

It does sound very good! Now I am hungry!! Thanks Julio ;)

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  about 1 decade ago

David, thanks! I am glad you like my article and enjoyed it as well =)

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  about 1 decade ago

Sounds Delicious!!! I like your blog Julio =)

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  about 1 decade ago

Thank you Jorge! I am glad you like the article. Your positive feedback is appreciated =)

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  about 1 decade ago

Thanks buddy! =) I do my best.

  
  about 1 decade ago
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