Japanese main meals.

Hello. This is the former post in a while. It’s been a while, but how is your hair?

Although the hair growth is less vigorous than when you were young, your usual diet, scalp care, and regular healthy life will have a positive effect on your hair and body, and if you make small progress, it will replace your joy.

I posted a blog about healthy foods before. Eating good foods that contain vitamins, minerals, and enzymes in a well-balanced manner, such as beans, sesame seeds, seaweeds, green and yellow vegetables, fish and shellfish, mushrooms, and potatoes, is a good diet for your hair and body.

Rice or bread is the main staple food for Japanese people, but these are supplemented with side dishes. Now I would like to write about rice, which is the staple food.

White rice, which is our staple food, is purified by removing the germ and hull (bran) from brown rice, but in fact, the removed parts include B vitamins, magnesium, calcium, potassium, iron, zinc, copper, and manganese. It contains a lot of minerals.

In other words, in the state of white rice, it is eaten without the vitamins and minerals that can be taken with brown rice, and it can be said that it is a great waste. Therefore, it can be said that brown rice is good for both hair and body to be a staple food.

However, some people are not good at brown rice, and there is an image that it is a little higher than white rice. In such a case, I think it’s a good idea to mix brown rice and white rice.

Nourish and healthy your hair and body with a good diet. Thank you for reading until the end.


Published by Mr.TOMO(トモさん)

初めまして。トモといいます。日本に住んでいる会社員です。日々の出来事や気になったことを世界の方々に向けて発信していきます。日本語・英語とそれぞれ記事を記していきます。Nice to meet you. My name is Tomo. I am an office worker living in Japan. We will disseminate daily events and concerns to people all over the world. I will write articles in Japanese and English respectively.

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