How to eat the way Japanese people do, and why
Eat less, except for veggies, and cook more. Also, 7 other things worth your time.
I’ve never traveled to Japan. But with the Summer Olympics going on right now in Tokyo, it’s a good time to take a look at a study suggesting that Japanese children are associated with two enviable statistics compared to children in other countries, and why that might be.
The key numbers, according to the British medical journal The Lancet, are 73 and 84:
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