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Sushi Secret Weight Loss Weapon?

By Criselda Mcgillivray

There are lots of factors which all have resulted in the expanding obesity of the American citizenry. Jobs are less physically demanding. Spare-time activities are much less physically active. Less active amusement is amazingly alluring, and calorie packed unhealthy foods are always at hand.

As a consequence, most adults, at some point or another, tackle issues of weight loss, nutritional value, and overall health. It is actually no wonder that various and sundry diet plans have grown to be a component of pop culture. The Miami Beach Diet is famous, and who has not discovered a low carb weight loss program? There is even a cookie diet program.

With this country's weight problem so interwoven with our culture, it might be a good idea to look to other civilizations that do not exhibit these problems. It would not be useful to seek answers in rural nations. Clearly, reworking our entire financial system around weight reduction and health is not likely. So, let's look at other nations with similar economies to ours.

How about Japan? The small island nation is without question an advanced, service oriented economy very similar to our own. Having said that, apart from the Sumo Wrestler, the Japanese aren't thought of as suffering from a weight issue.

Let us start by looking at the quintessential Japanese food: Sushi. Is sushi healthy? Sushi consists of small servings of rice (carbohydrates) and fish. Fish is nearly pure protein. Even though some fish is fatty, most fish isn't. Low fat fish includes tuna, albacore, halibut, red-snapper, and shellfish.

However, some sushi can be fattening. Steer clear of rolls with mayonnaise or other ingredients that include saturated fat, including Philadelphia rolls or tempura rolls. Stick with the straight forward, traditional rolls comprised of rice and fish. The smaller the volume of rice, the better.

Could sushi be the secret to Japanese weight control? The food balances reasonable carbs along with a low-fat, high protein fish. Undoubtedly, there are lots of other variables, however eating sushi certainly can't hurt.

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