Every country teaches the world something through its culture. Just Like India gave the world yoga and Ayurveda. In the same way, other countries have taught us a lot, one of such country is Japan. Do you know why Japanese girls do not look old? Japanese people are fit and fine with being much energized.
So let us know about their lifestyle today, what they do every day in their daily routines so that they look healthy and their skin looks shiny.
Green tea contains antioxidants that do not cause wrinkles on the skin. Drinking it daily reduces weight and does not cause cancer and heart disease. Japanese people drink at least 1-2 cups of green tea a day
Japanese people prefer seafood more than chicken, mutton or beef. Eating red meat increases inflammatory, cholesterol and obesity. But proteins and omega 3 fatty acids are found in good amounts in salmon, tuna and shrimp.
Kimchi, tempeh, Miso, Sauerkraut, Combe and Kafir are some similar fried foods that eat much of Japanese love. Fermented foods contain enzymes, vitamins and probiotics, which increase healthy bacteria in the inside.
They walk a lot
Studies show that the average Japanese walks on a regular basis. Walking is less stress and your weight is also low.
In Japan both men and women learn martial arts such as Judo and Karate. This is the reason why they are so healthy. This increases their power, flexibility and stamina. By which they are never old.
Eat many times
Japanese people eat food many times a day and eat a little bit. It has been seen that they eat less than other people. So they keep their weight evenly low.
Meditation is the important part of their life. All men, women, young and old people meditate in Japan. Meditation reduces stress due to which the age increases.
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