Japanese food that will help you reduce breast cancer
Many people believe that Japanese food is healthy nowadays. But let’s not limit to this opinion.
Let’s learn some interesting facts about Japanese women.
1. The average life expectancy of Japanese women is one of the lengthiest in the world.
2. They usually have a far lighter menopause period than Westerners. (As per a research in 2009, only 1.7% of Japanese women against 58% of Australian women and 38% of American women).
3. They have a much lower onset ratio of breast cancer.
The long history (almost 15 years) of the Japanese diet include the following unique features.
1. Low calories food cooking style like cooking without oil, a lot of fish, vegetable, soy)
2. Less fat intake
3. A lot of soy containing less fat and rich nutrients.
4. They avoid dessert after the meal as meal already contains a lot of carbohydrates and sugar. (As the after-meal dessert tend to give you more calories.)
5. Intake of many fermented foods like Japanese miso soup that is a fermented soy paste.
Beneficiary Japanese food items that you must try adding in your diet:
Though it may not be practical to turn your daily diet into Japanese even if you enjoy the same, you can try the below essences to your diet.
1. Intake of fermented soy in your diet may be difficult, but there is a dietary supplement made of its extract which you can take instead of miso.
2. Miso is one of the Japanese diet’s basic taste, and most Japanese drink miso soup every day.
3. Isoflavone is a fermented soy different from the isoflavone supplements.
(You shouldn’t take the regular isoflavone without removing the big sugar molecule through digestion as it ends up with no health effect).
4. Fermentation removes the sugar and anyone can absorb the isoflavone from fermented soy, which is called “isoflavone aglycone”.
5. The power of isoflavone as a phytoestrogen: It is thought that isoflavone will have a prevention effect against breast cancer by suppressing estrogen stimulation.
6. Isoflavone aglycone will revive the natural synthesis ability of DHEA from turning into estrogen excessively. It will also prevent unnecessarily extra estrogen stimulation. Such a safe hormone rebalancing will help general functional deteriorations by aging and also menopausal disorders.
7. Effisoy suggested by naturopath doctor, Dr. Melissa Gallagher, helps in digestion and reduces symptoms of heaviness and leaking.
8. Soy has the ability to slow aging.
9. Natural supplements are eventually only natural food complexes that are safe and it surely will be worth trying. (The extent of their effect will depend on your health composition).
Isoflavone aglycone will revive the natural synthesis ability of DHEA, an estrogen precursor. DHEA doesn’t have estrogen power but attaches to the estrogen receptor and rebalance the hormone without adding any extra hormonal stimulation. Isoflavone aglycone suppresses DHEA from turning into estrogen excessively. It will also prevent unnecessarily extra estrogen stimulation. Such a safe hormone rebalancing will help general functional deteriorations by aging as well as the menopausal disorders.
(A review in Amazon.com)
“Effisoy was suggested by my naturopath doctor, Dr. Melissa Gallagher, to add to my vitamin regimen. I had a bladder prolapse. I have been taking this supplement for about a year and a half and I like it a lot. It digests well and the symptoms of heaviness and leaking are way less. I believe soy has the ability to slow aging. I’m 62 and am told often that I look younger. There is controversy about soy, in general about GMO’s and quality. I trust Dr. Gallagher on this. (You can find many of her videos online) She writes that it’s one of her favorite products and it is good for me too.”