Eating a lot of vegetables
The vegetable intake of Japanese is about five times more than a normal person. The Japanese diet has an edge over the others; they usually have vegetable soup and salads in their breakfast. It is common in Japan to include vegetables in their
Choosing rice over wheat
Rice intake is connected with the lower danger of developing cardiovascular diseases while wheat flour enhances it. Since most of the people are gluten intolerant, rice
Using smaller plates
Japanese often use smaller plates for serving and eating their food as a result
Cooking food differently
Japanese cook their food by involving processes like streaming, fermenting, boiling, pan-grilling, slow cooking usually done on the top of the stove. They intentionally cook their food in
Drinking green tea
Japan ranks among the top ten nations that consume green tea, for higher consumption of green tea by Japanese people. They prefer to drink a cup of green tea loaded with anti-oxidants even more than a cup of coffee that reduces the risk of heart disease and enhances cognitive functions too. In Japan, Matcha is a fine powered tea made from young leaves grown specifically to increase chlorophyll.
Consuming fresh food every time
In Japanese markets, food is never even dated by a day, they bring it fresh every half an hour, and this freshness of food retains all the nutrients providing they better health and a life free from diseases. Whether its fish or vegetables, the freshness is retained always.
In Japanese schools,