Traditional Japanese food helps to live long

Người dân Nhật Bản có tuổi thọ cao nhất thế giới. Theo các nhà nghiên cứu thì chính chế độ ăn và các món ăn truyền thống đã giúp họ sống lâu và khỏe mạnh.

Spinning diet

Numerous studies show that: Dietary guidelines issued by the Japanese Government in 2000, the Spinning Top diet have played an important role in keeping the Japanese population healthy. , Long live. The people of Japan and people of other countries who follow this regime contribute to prolonging life by reducing the risk of death, mainly due to cardiovascular disease, good health and long life.

According to this diet, the Japanese Government has launched the Food Spinning – “Spinning Top” (like the Nutrition Tower of Vietnam) to recommend people to eat every day: from 5-7 servings of five dishes cups (rice, bread, noodles and pasta); 5-6 servings of vegetables and fruits; 3-5 servings of fish, meat, eggs and soy; 2 servings of milk or milk products; 2 servings of fruit. In particular, a diet in the gyroscope diet is quite small, for example, a serving of vegetables is about 70gam.

Dishes from fish

When it comes to Japanese cuisine, people often think of sushi as a combination of rice mixed with vinegar and ingredients such as fish and other seafood. The abundance of omega-3 fatty acids in fish enhances cardiovascular health and helps blood circulation better. In addition, eating fish is good for the brain, helps bright eyes and reduces the risk of infection.

Eating fish or seafood also contains selenium which is very beneficial to health. Selenium is essential for preventing free radicals and boosting the body’s immunity. The problem is to eat fish scientifically. If eaten raw fish may contain many helminths and pathogenic bacteria. Therefore, Japanese people often eat chilled -40oC fish to ensure that all pathogens have been eradicated. They only eat fish to make hygienic sushi.

Seaweed

Seaweed contains a lot of minerals useful for the body such as zinc, iodine, magnesium, calcium and many other minerals. They help the body strengthen the immune system, destroy free radicals and regulate cardiovascular health. While most of us don’t provide enough minerals for our bodies, even for people who eat a lot of vegetables because the minerals decompose in the soil, seaweed is an ideal supplement. Seaweed can be processed into many different dishes such as soup or rice rolls …

Matcha – green tea

Matcha là loại bột trà xanh truyền thống của Nhật Bản có chứa một loại flavanols tên là catechin, có tác dụng ngăn cản các gốc tự do trong cơ thể. Gần đây, matcha mới du nhập vào Việt Nam nhưng đã tạo ra cơn sốt đối với người tiêu dùng. Matcha gây sốt không chỉ vì mùi hương thơm và vị ngon mà còn vì rất nhiều lợi ích cho sức khỏe. Flavonoid là nhóm những chất ôxy hóa có tác dụng ngăn chặn quá trình ôxy hóa do các gốc tự do – thứ được cho là nguyên nhân gây ra các bệnh như tim, ung thư, làm giảm tuổi thọ. Ngoài ra, trà matcha còn chứa một lượng lớn chất theanine được cho là có tác dụng giảm căng thẳng thần kinh và chống những tác động tiêu cực của stress đối với cơ thể.

Pickled vegetables

The common folk food in Japan and Korea is pickled vegetables. These are naturally fermented foods that aid digestion, helping the body enhance the absorption of nutrients from food. Pickled vegetables also have the ability to fight immunodeficiency.

But you should note: In Vietnam, most pickled vegetables you buy in supermarkets or grocery stores are often not naturally fermented. These dishes are simply vegetables mixed with vinegar or salt, so not only do they have no natural yeast, but they also accidentally kill the probiotics and yeast in the food. Therefore, in order to have a delicious dish during Tet or daily meals like Japanese people, you should make pickles like pickles, pickles, etc.