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Olimpia Zagnoli, illustrator. | Roger Knöhr, the thin man.

Olimpia Zagnoli, illustrator. | Roger Knöhr, the thin man.

The Japanese have no food labelling, but you will find the least overweight population of all industrial nations in Tokyo. Even though supermarkets carry exactly the same excess of ready-meals, candy, chocolate and soft drinks as do we. Japanese almost never get any diseases due to bad diet, strokes, heart attacks or Diabetis are rare in society. Here’s a bullet list of pointers why diversity is a blessing your diet:

  • Eating with chopsticks automatically causes less malabsorption.
  • It slows down absortion…
  • …and encourages a more thorough chewing of food.
  • 13oz of vegetables per day.
  • 30 different ingredients are found in an average Tokyo breakfast, that’s how much we consume spread over the day.
  • Diversity in diet fosters health and wellbeing.

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