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"1975 Diet" tips for eating healthy food for Japanese people. - limited - 11-21-2020

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Why was the name 1975 Diet?
From the data it was found that The way Japanese people eat food from time to time has changed over time, with important variables such as Western influences that have changed the way of cooking. Including the ingredients used to cook Japanese food Compared to the 2005 period, which was the millenium, the 1975 and 1990s, it was found that the diet had less fat from the offal. And people still have a ทดลองเล่นเกมสล็อต lower rate of obesity in the 1975 era of diabetes. And the least fatty liver Due to the food of the people in the 1975 will emphasize the freshness of raw materials. Rather than ready-made food, canned food or foods that have been through various processes

The 1975 Diet
1975's Healthy Eating featured fruits, vegetables, legumes, algae and spices. Of course, drinking juice. And various sweetened beverages Surely less than people in other eras as well

The secret to the 1975 Diet is:

In 1 meal there are 5 food groups, carbohydrates, proteins, fats, minerals and vitamins.

Use quite a variety of ingredients for cooking 1 meal It can be noted that Japanese food focuses on variety rather than quantity. Is to eat many things A little bit each bit, arranged in sets for 1 person.

Focus on cooking stew, boiled, steamed, grilled or eaten fresh.

Focus on fish proteins, tofu, other bean products, and mushrooms.

Choose to eat vegetables in a variety of colors. To get vitamins And different nutrients

Flavored with natural raw materials such as broth from dried fish or seaweed.

It also focuses on food seasoning. With natural ingredients such as miso (made from fermentation with soybeans or rice and salt), soy sauce, vinegar, mirin and sake.