It is obvious, The Japanese make us pale with jealousy! They are increasingly inspiring women all over the world who want their wasp waist and baby skin. Their secrets of longevity and youth are not so well guarded as that, since you are given some of them.

Would the women of the Land of the Rising Sun have bathed in the mythical fountain of youth? To see their skin smooth and sharp, their silhouette slender and their hair dazzling with beauty, one would almost think that time stopped for them and that they do not undergo the wear and tear. They are thin, maintain stable weight. But what is their secret? Here is a small selection of good habits to sting them.

Green tea, elixir of youth

Tea surrounds itself in Asia with a real ritual. Today, it has become the most consumed beverage in the world after water, of course. Tea is interesting against certain pathologies and has a real weight loss but not that!
  • It enhances the digestion of fats and meats
  • Dissolves mucus, first providers of obesity
  • Stops diarrhea
  • Limits the harmful effects of alcohol, tobacco, air pollution and inadequate nutrition
  • Powerful moisturizer, the tea quenches as much as the water and favors the production of the liquid and organic secretions
  • Limits hypertension and prevents cardiovascular disease
  • Reduces nausea in the pregnant woman

The tea contains tea stimulates cognitive functions (vigilance, concentration, memory ...), without necessarily inducing the symptoms of coffee (palpitations, insomnia, nervousness ...)

Despite the many allegations, green tea would not miraculously lose weight but, in conjunction with a healthy and varied diet, would regulate its weight thanks to the action of catechins and the caffeine that it contains. Its concentration of epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), powerful antioxidant, promotes the burning of fat, especially those of the abdomen.

What about longevity? One study found that people who drink more than 5 cups of green tea daily increase their life expectancy and reduce the risk of developing heart problems by 16%.

Fermented Products

But what do the Japanese eat to appear as young as thin? Most of their food is not just rice and tofu. Japanese women prefer fiber-rich plants such as mushrooms, algae, sweet potato, cabbage, radish, yam, konjac. They eat them in reasonable portions, without their stomach cries famine. That says vegetables bourratif but low caloric, says satiety and pretty flat stomach. It is no coincidence that the Japanese have kitchen utensils as practical as compartments.

It is well known that Japanese eat a lot of fermented foods for the many benefits they provide for health. These in addition to helping with digestion, increase the intake of certain nutrients.

Miso and tempeh, made from fermented soybeans, form the basis of food in both Japan and Asia. One goes into the preparation of broth, salads, vinaigrettes and marinades, the second is eaten like tofu, jumped or grilled.

Fermented cabbage is equally popular in Japan, as well as kefir, a kind of fermented milk strongly concentrated in probiotics than normal yogurt.

The kombucha, this sparkling fermented tea that tends to be democratized, and the kimchi, this concocted mixture of lacto-fermented vegetables in chilli, garlic and seafood (anchovies or shrimps).

Fermentation preserves natural nutrients, vitamins, omega fatty acids and various strains of probiotics. It also promotes the development of good intestinal bacteria that aid in digestion. In addition, it helps to evacuate toxins.

Focus on seafood

The Japanese prefer seafood to red meat. Very low in fat and carbohydrates, they are therefore low in calories, making them the allies of choice to keep the line.

Cocktails of vitamins, they abound in minerals, trace elements and other antioxidants such as copper, iodine, zinc, iron and selenium. Fish is just as good for health because of its high quality proteins and fatty acids, excellent for the brain, heart and organs. Rice or noodles accompanied by seafood, tuna, salmon, mackerel are very popular in Japanese cuisine.




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