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Why does Japanese's life expectancy keep continue streaking? Some Japanese experts believed that Japan’s longevity is inseparable from their seafood diet. Among the world, Japan is the country that is very dependent on seafood as their main diet, and fish is the major part of most Japan cuisine with different cooking ways such as sashimi, roasting and frying. On average, Japanese eats 70 kilograms of fish a year per person, which is five times more than the rest of the world in average. They treasure even the fish fat let alone the fish itself. Take a look especially on salmon sashimi, the more fat the better grade it is. Unlike fats from land mammals, fish fats are rich in long-chain unsaturated fatty acids.

In particular, HDA (decane dioctahexanoic acid) and EPA (decanecarbaenoic acid), which are rich in blood-cleansing ingredients, are the first choices for preventing arteriosclerosis and Alzheimer's disease, and also promote brain and retinal activity.

The other important sea product is seaweed. The trace elements and dietary fiber contained in seaweed are the great remedies for high blood pressure and diabetes. Dr. Akiyoshi Kishi, a pharmaceutical doctor at Kitami Institute of Technology, pointed out that: "The Japanese consume less meat than Europe and the United States, but the amount of seaweed consumed is the highest in the world. This should be one of the secrets of Japan becoming the top longevity country." The largest concentration of longevity in Okinawa Prefecture is the largest consumer market segment of Japanese seaweed.

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Why does Japanese's life expectancy keep continue streaking? Some Japanese experts believed that Japan’s longevity is inseparable from their seafood diet. Among the world, Japan is the country that is very dependent on seafood as their main diet, and fish is the major part of most Japan cuisine with different cooking ways such as sashimi, roasting and frying. On average, Japanese eats 70 kilograms of fish a year per person, which is five times more than the rest of the world in average. They treasure even the fish fat let alone the fish itself. Take a look especially on salmon sashimi, the more fat the better grade it is. Unlike fats from land mammals, fish fats are rich in long-chain unsaturated fatty acids. In particular, HDA (decane dioctahexanoic acid) and EPA (decanecarbaenoic acid), which are rich in blood-cleansing ingredients, are the first choices for preventing arteriosclerosis and Alzheimer's disease, and also promote brain and retinal activity. The other important sea product is seaweed. The trace elements and dietary fiber contained in seaweed are the great remedies for high blood pressure and diabetes. Dr. Akiyoshi Kishi, a pharmaceutical doctor at Kitami Institute of Technology, pointed out that: "The Japanese consume less meat than Europe and the United States, but the amount of seaweed consumed is the highest in the world. This should be one of the secrets of Japan becoming the top longevity country." The largest concentration of longevity in Okinawa Prefecture is the largest consumer market segment of Japanese seaweed.

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