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Benefits of a Japanese diet

Welcome to my website! This website is devoted to Japanese cooking and nutrition. Many Japanese restaurants in the United States do not serve traditional Japanese food other than Sushi. Yet, traditional Japanese food is incredibly healthy and delicious! On this website I will tell you about, and give you instructions to make, traditional Japanese dishes. Why learn to make traditional Japanese food?
Japan has the world’s highest longevity rate. People live longer & diet is an important reason why.
Japanese food uses natural, seasonal ingredients, has many low fat dishes, and uses a variety of cooking styles.
Rice is a staple of the Japanese diet, and it is high in fiber, folic acid, magnesium, potassium, iron, and other healthy nutrients.
Several studies have suggested that Japanese food can be effective in improving blood sugar levels and preventing Type II diabetes.
Japanese food has been named as an intangible cultural treasure by UNESCO.
And of course, Japanese food is delicious!!!!

This post also help you understand how great Japanese diet is:  The Benefit of Well-Balanced Diet

12 thoughts on “Benefits of a Japanese diet

  1. Nice blog! and I love that you explain the benefits of Japanese food by referring to some studies. I think Cooking is healthier when there is an understanding of what we intend to eat.

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  2. Thank you! Indeed!! And wee can be healthier depend on what we eat I am sure because my grandmother, who is 90 years old and lives in Japan by herself, is very healthy, is always filled with energy and so so active:) In fact she cooks Japanese traditional dishes everyday!


  3. Thank you for such a great Japanese diet. Love Japanese Food. You explain so well every recipe. That is very sweet of you to share. Domo Arigato.

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  4. I love the simple ingredients of healthy Japanese food. Almost as much as I love karaage, yakionigiri, katsu-kare, and gyuudon. Hahaha.

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  5. I’ve been trying to come up with a way to be more healthy. I didn’t know that Japanese food was so good for you! It makes sense, since most of their dishes are low-fat. I’ll have to see if I can find a restaurant near me that I can get Japanese food from!

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    • Thanks for your comment!! My recipes are totally real homemade Japanese food so I guess many Japanese restaurants doesn’t have some of my dishes in their menu. I hope you can find a good Japanese restaurant!!


  6. I love Japanese food!! I hope I am able to try some of your recipes sometime soon!

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