Staying Young With Traditional Japanese Foods
Breakfast In Tokyo!
Learn the secrets of the Japanese Longevity which starts from the typical Japanese Diet.
What’s In The Traditional Japanese Breakfast?
Why do the locals have the Longest Lifespan? Does it have anything to do with their diet?
Research shows that the people in Japan enjoy one of the longest life-span in the world, with much lower rates of heart disease, osteoporosis, and cancer than in other countries. How do they do it?
Another thing you’ll notice in Tokyo is how much youngereveryone looks comparing to their age group in western countries.
Even Victoria Beckham confessed in a recent interview that her fabulous figure is a result of the Typical Japanese Diet “I eat really healthy, I love Japanese food, lots of fish, any sort of fish, any sort of vegetable, lots of fruit, that kind of thing”.
I love the food in Tokyo – it is so different, but once you get used to it you can’t stop. Breakfast Japan style becomes a lifetime habit.
Breakfast In Tokyo includes many small dishes –
- Steamed rice – prepared in a rice steamer.
- Miso soup – Which is served with every meal
- Some grilled fish, Salmon is popular.
- An omelet – Tamagoyaki.
- Pickles – Tsukemono.
- Nori– dried seaweed.
- Green tea
Guess What Happens When You Eat The Japanese Breakfast?
This sounds like a lot to eat, but the local Food Culture considers breakfast to be the most important meal of the day.
Many westerners (me included) lose a lot of weight eating the Typical Japanese Diet making no effort at all.