The base of a healthy diet consists of two things: nutritive ingredients and the appropriate amount. According to a recent WHO report, Japan tops the charts in the planet’s life expectancy: having the longest average of 83,7 years to live, you wonder what the secret of the Japanese could possibly be. Of course, there is no way to determine what is exactly the cause of the fortunate result, but among such elements as an easily accessible healthcare system or medical advances, experts also highlight the significance of the Japanese diet.

Eat Slower

Eating fast can cause more problems than you might think. You will have a more difficult time with absorbing those important nutrients, but it also has a negative effect on the digestive system. When you visit Sushi Sei, make sure you start your meal with a cup of tea or some other kind of drink, then choose a starter, like a bowl of miso soup or some tempting vegetable sushi rolls.

Sushi and Sashimi

Fish is healthy! This especially applies to salmon and tuna, as both of these are famous for their high protein content and they’re also rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins B5, B12 and other nutrients.

Go for grilled instead of fried

When you’re on a diet, it’s better to avoid heavy, oily meals, so picking grilled dishes instead of fried ones is actually a wise idea. Eating less red meat can also help.

Moderation, moderation, moderation

Having the right amount of food is crucial in setting up a healthy, balanced diet. Japanese gastronomy is outstanding in that: the portions are not too big, allowing you to try several, without feeling awfully full in the end.

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