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Asian Longevity Eating

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An Ebook with longevity recipes and video lessons! The Asian diet has been gaining popularity in recent years for its many benefits. One of the main reasons people turn to this way of eating is its ability to help them live a longer and healthier life. Studies have shown that the Asian diet can help reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer, and other chronic diseases. The Asian longevity eating habits are based on the belief that food can be used as medicine and that certain foods have the ability to prevent and treat various illnesses. And the science backs this up!

You’ll learn about:

The Asian diet that has been gaining popularity in recent years!

  • Longevity habits do’s and don’ts
  • What works for you
  • The takeaway concepts for longevity
  • Secrets of the “longest living people”
  • The Asian blue zone diet idea
  • Understand food as medicine
  • Self-care eating habits made easy
Asian Eating For Longevity & Health

Many individuals all over the world enjoy Asian cuisine, but Asian
medicinal cuisine is a unique type — an ancient healing skill that you may
learn about. It is considered traditional medicine.
In Western nations, "Asian food" typically include components that are
common to local cuisine. For example, Americans usually prefer beef,
chicken, pork, shrimp, dairy, potatoes, tomatoes, carrots, celery, big
onions, rice and wheat noodles. So, when people think of "Asian" food, they
usually think of a variety of items that are combined and served on rice,
noodles, or in a soup.
What is popular in the various Asian countries is quite different...
Remember that nothing in this book should be interpreted as medical
advice. This is a concise guide with time-tested recipes used as medicine
food and comfort food.
We will concentrate on the most popular food as medicine ideas, such as
Chinese food therapy.
You're probably aware that the Asian food from your favourite takeout
restaurant isn't traditional Asian food. It has been thoroughly Westernized
or Europeanised (though tasty in its own way). Asia is made up of several
different countries, including India, China, Japan, Vietnam, and Thailand.

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