6 Reasons Japanese Women Stay Slim and Don’t Look Old

Japan is a beautiful country. The green mountains, blue sea, vibrant culture and its mouth-watering cuisine, everything adds to its beauty.

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It’s the cuisine and lifestyle of Japanese people that keep them healthy and young looking. For example, Japanese food is based upon the principle of health and longevity. In fact, Japan is home to the world’s highest proportion of people who live more than 100 years.

In Japan, food is not solely eaten for taste. Japanese people believe in extracting health benefits from their food.

1. Drinking Matcha

Japanese people love matcha. The matcha (powdered green tea) is made from the highest quality leaves, which are dried and milled into a fine powder. This powder is then mixed with hot water. This form of green tea is used in the tea ceremony, which is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha.

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Matcha tea is praised for its countless benefits including as a natural weight loss supplement. Drinking green tea also reduces the risk of heart disease and cancer.

According to a 2006 study published in JAMA, adults in Japan who consumed higher amounts of matcha had a lower risk of death due to all causes and due to cardiovascular disease. The study also says that Japanese citizens who drank 5 cups of matcha tea per day had 26 percent lower mortality rates.

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