Japanese Wellness FoodsJapanese Wellness Foods
April 26, 2012
The longevity enjoyed by the Japanese may involve a genetic component; however, many ascribe their long lifespan to diet, as well. While the Japanese diet is typically low in fat and high in vegetables, several traditional foods are standouts for health, including fermented soy, seafood and green tea.
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