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Healthy Diet Helps You to Live Better

by maya justin (2019-12-11)

While Okinawans do eat meat and fish, it is a negligible amount; only 1 percent of their diet is comprised of fish, and less than 1 percent comes from meat, eggs, and dairy. Tofu: Tofu is eaten 8 times more often in the traditional Okinawan diet compared to its typical American counterpart.

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