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The Japanese elderly longevity was the two most expensive dishes — the food channel — original title: Japanese elderly longevity was the two most expensive dishes according to UPI’s latest report, the Japanese island of Okinawa centenarians proportion of health has been far higher than most parts of the world. And its residents’ diet (containing a lot of vegetables and a small amount of meat) may explain the reasons for their longevity. The island of Okinawa the proportion of centenarians in Japan, the highest, the old God of longevity favorite diet including Steamed Rice, tofu, bamboo shoots, seaweed, pickled cabbage. Many older people drink more than six cups of green tea a day. Okinawa International University of Japan’s Craig? Dr. Willcocks has studied on the island of Okinawa residents in the phenomenon of longevity, he co authored the "Okinawa project" a study of macrobian Island mentioned in the book: the very island residents of Okinawa diet plan to follow, because they can eat more food at the lower end of the food chain at. Dr Willcocks told the British "Guardian" interview, said: "the people of the island of Okinawa the risk of atherosclerosis and gastric cancer is low, suffering from hormone dependent cancers (such as breast cancer and prostate cancer) have extremely low risk. They eat three servings of fish a week, a lot of whole grains, vegetables and beans. They eat tofu and kelp more than people in other parts of the world, but also eat squid and octopus, which is rich in taurine, can reduce blood cholesterol levels and blood pressure levels." Locally grown vegetables in Okinawa include: Purple Sweet Potato (rich in flavonoids, carotenoids, vitamin E and lycopene) and bitter gourd (which has the effect of lowering blood sugar). Jiang Huang and Jasmine Tea can prevent cancer, they are also the common diet island of Okinawa residents. John, director of the Institute for aging and health at University of Newcastle in the United Kingdom, told the guardian: "one of the secrets of longevity is to avoid the accumulation of damaged cells in the body.". Eating fish, legumes, nuts and whole grains, and eating less red meat, dairy products and sugar, can help reduce cell damage." (Xu Xinyi, right: the commissioning editor Juan)相关的主题文章: