Japanese Diet Information


Welcome to my Japanese diet information site

Japanese people have the longest life span in the world. Statistics revealed in 2004, show the average life span of a Japanese female is 85 years of age and 78 for men.

There are many potential factors which have an affect on the average human life span, but one of the overwhelming factors has to be a healthy diet.

Continue reading the introduction to Japanese diet information.

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January 18, 2006

Celebrity loses weight on Japanese diet

Filed under: News — Sato @ 12:57 pm

It was reported that Victoria Beckham of Spice Girls fame, has been able to slim down on a Japanese diet.

Exactly what this entails is not included in the article.

Victoria stunned style gurus and fashionistas as she showed off her new figure – she has slimmed down to a minuscule US size four since following a Japanese diet.

January 12, 2006

The rise of ‘superfoods’

Filed under: Foods — Sato @ 2:26 pm

Japanese foods are increasing in the list of ‘super foods‘ in America.

Benefits of a fish diet

Filed under: Diet,Scientific studies — Sato @ 2:22 pm

Read all about the benefits of Omega-3 fats here.

January 8, 2006

A-Z of dieting

Filed under: Foods — Sato @ 11:53 pm

A good article from the Guardian newspaper.

The A to Z recipe for a healthy life

Japanese Diet gaining in popularity for 2006

Filed under: Diet — Sato @ 12:27 am

Trying a ‘Japanese Diet’ is becoming popular with dieters in 2006.

WE’VE a lot to learn from the Japanese as celebrities including Victoria Beckham know all too well. Their women live longer than everyone else on Earth, only three per cent are obese compared with 23 per cent of English women, and most look younger than they are.
Japanese-born Naomi Moriyama reveals the secrets to enduring health, slim figures and anti-ageing appearance in Japanese Women Don’t Get Old Or Fat, written with her husband, William Doyle.
She offers a wealth of secrets from her mother’s Tokyo kitchen and shows you how you can create Japanese home-style cooking in your own home, with ingredients like fish, noodles and tofu, different types of rice, and seasonings such as rice vinegar, miso and soy sauce.
It’s backed by expert opinions from scientists and doctors on the longevity and anti-obesity benefits of Japanese food.

Read more 2006 diet information here.

January 1, 2006

Japan versus France book review

Filed under: News — Sato @ 8:39 am

A review published in ‘The Australian’ newspaper compares the two latest diet books from Japan and France, ‘French Women don’t get Fat’ and ‘Japanese Women don’t get Fat and Old’.

Read the full review here.