How about trying these super healthy Japanese foods:
Miso, Natto, Konyaku and Tofu?
Miso is consumed regularly in Japan, as often as one bowl per day with a meal. It is rich in nutrients, and also maintains and strengthens the immune system. High in antioxidants makes it a fermented superfood.
Natto is fermented soybeans and has long been recognized as one of Japan's most unique traditional health foods. Highly nutritious and rich in protein, it is often eaten with cooked rice.
Konyaku has fibre in it which is difficult to digest. It therefore goes through your body and “sweeps out” your digestive system. Because of this, konnyaku is sometimes known as a “broom for the stomach” in Japan.
Tofu, or bean curd, is a popular food derived from soya. It is a versatile ingredient with many health benefits. and is an excellent source of iron, calcium, amino acids and other micro-nutrients.
Miso is a traditional Japanese staple food and seasoning. Miso is typically salty but its flavour and aroma depend on various factors such as ingredients, fermentation and the length of the ageing process.
ORGANIC SODACHI PELLET NATTO 有機 そだち 極小粒納豆 40gx3pcs
Natto made of soy beans grown in organic fertilizers for more than two years. The soy beans are gene-recombination free and do not use any chemical pesticides nor chemical fertilizers.
Shirataki noodle is made of Konnyakuyam which contains almost no calories, carbohydrates, fat, sugar, protein, or gluten. It can be used for any dishes as it has no flavour its own.
ORGANIC TOFU 有機絹にがり豆腐 300g
Made with just three ingredients: organic whole soya beans, spring water from Mount Fuji and Nigari; a naturally occurring mineral rich coagulant derived from sea water, it taste as good as fresh tofu.