There is no secret that making healthy food choices contributes to a longer life expectancy. But the women of Japan have the highest life expectancy in the world, with an average of 87 years. What is their secret then?
Well, we’ve uncovered five healthy food hacks straight out of Japan:
There is no doubt that the Japanese are doing something right to have such high life expectancy. Why not try some of these tricks and see what health benefits come your way!
Have you ‘languished’ in the greyness of winter and the ‘blah’ (apathy) of Covid lockdowns?
You are not alone, and there is a real reason for it.
With the shorter winter days, the ‘pea-sized’ pineal gland in the brain increases the release of melatonin so you can often feel tired and unmotivated.
But as we pass the Equinox (the true start of Spring) 22nd September 2021, our eyes start to register more daylight, and this triggers the pineal gland to reduce the release of melatonin and this allows you to feel a lift in your energy levels and your mood.