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!
Taste and flavour are important when it comes to humans accepting food and drinks.
It is believed that some of your taste preferences are innate from the moment you are born. Sweet taste is categorised as the first taste preference for infants, and this is proposed as a ‘product of survival’, with most poisonous substances having a bitter taste and therefore rejected in favour of the sweetness of breastmilk and fruits.