1. Ingredients that prevent heart and brain (Cerebrovascular) disease
Grated Daikon radish
Isothiocyanate contained in Daikon radish breaks down fat sticking to the inside of the blood vessel, preventing the hardening of the artery.
Grating Daikon radish increases isothiocyanate, compared to Daikon radish as it is.
2. A side dish that improves High Blood Pressure
Potassium is a type of minerals that is rich in green vegetables, fruits and sea vegetables.
Potato contains a lot of potassium and the biggest feature is that the amount of potassium doesn’t decrease very much by cooking with heat.
Potassium in most vegetables flows out by cooking with heat, but in the case of potato, only 17 % of potassium flows out by cooking with heat and more than 80 % of potassium remains.
3. Ingredients that decreases visceral fat
Fucoxanthin contained in Wakame seaweed transforms the white fat storing energy to the brown fat that burns energy, decreasing visceral fat.
4. A Chinese dish that rejuvenates the blood vessel
Sauteed liver and garlic chives
It is known that there are 3 nutrients that rejuvenate the blood vessels, which are vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and folic acid. Liver is rich in all these 3 nutrients.
When you intake all these 3 nutrients together, at first vitamin B6 repel the half of Homocysteine that damages the blood vessel and then vitamin B12 and folic acid repels the remaining half of Homocysteine.
If it is liver, any of pork, chicken and beef is fine.
5. How to bathe in order to rejuvenate the blood vessel
To clasp and unclasp your hands while soaking in the bath tab
NO is a substance to soften the blood vessel. When you clasp and unclasp your hands, blood flow quickly increases, that stimulates the wall of the blood vessel and a lot of NO is secreted, making the blood vessel elastic.
When you do this while soaking in the warm bath tab, the blood flow increases more and more NO is secreted.
It is recommended to repeat 100 times of clasping and unclasping your hands with one third of the strongest clasp while soaking in the bath tab.
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