Japanese food lets you forget about calories.

  Science shows that a diet focusing on calories doesn’t work. “The ‘calorie in, calorie out’ approach fails, because it disregards how food affects our hormones and metabolism. Pay attention to food quality.” (TIME)   The Japanese diet is full of quality food: quality protein from a small amount of meat and fish, protein from soybeans which mimic the function […]

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Japanese diet reduces belly fat.

Science gives credit to how Japanese eat.   Weight loss tips, backed by science, explain why the obesity rate is low in Japan.   One of the tips is: Cut out soda! “Avoid all sugary drinks, as they provide ’empty calories’ that don’t fill you up. The sugar may uniquely act on the liver to produce belly fat.”  (TIME)   Japanese […]

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Eat Real Japanese Food

  Cook Japanese food for fun. Japanese home-cooking is easy to make and delicious. You’ll feel healthier, too.   I am not talking about Japanese meals you see in a Japanese restaurant.  And you don’t need special ingredients available only in Japan or at specialty stores.  What you can get at local supermarkets, even small-town supermarkets in Canada, is all […]

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