Japanese diet must be the healthiest diet, so we can learn from them. According to The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). OBESITY UPDATE 2017, it shows that Japanese has the lowest obesity rate which is 3.7 percent. Thus Japanese must have healthy eating habits. Since I am Japanese, I usually eat Japanese cuisine called “washoku” which is basically composed by rice, fish, some vegetables and miso soup. According to a survey 80 percent of Japanese people use fast food chain restaurant less than once per week.

I realized that since we Japanese still have the longest average life span, I have to give up eating burgers and go back to eating traditional Japanese cuisine which is vegetables and fish based meal. 

Resercher report that pregnant women who receive supplements of omega-3s give birth to babies with higher IQs; children with diets low in omega-3s exhibit more behavioral and learing problems at school; and puppies eating diets high in omega-3s prove easier to train. (Pollan 268)

Pollan, Michael. The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History Of Four Meals. New York : Penguin Press, 2006. Print.
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  2. Obesity in The US
  3. Chemicals in Processed Foods
  4. Chemicals in Meat
  5. Culture; Eating Habits
  6. Obesity And Japanese Diet
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  8. Food for Thought