Appetizing Japanese Cook Book Skin Care Recipes For Youthful Skin: The Japanese Cookbook Anti Aging Diet (The Ageless Skin Care Cookbook Volume 7)


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Appetizing JAPANESE Skin Care Meal Recipes For Youthful Skin. This is volume #7 of the Ageless Skin Care Cookbook series, created by BUTTERFLY AGELESS BEAUTY. A curation of Japanese breakfasts (10), lunches (10), dinners (10), and desserts (10) with ingredients that promote youthful skin. The meals in this Japanese cook book are quick and easy to prepare, while helping you peel years off your face naturally, without surgery.

Japan is what academics and researchers call a “super-aging society.” In other words, it has one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing populations of older men and women. Yet when you walk the streets of Japan, from rural boulevards in Kyogoku town Hokkaido prefecture, to the neon-lit metropolitan highways of Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka, you wouldn’t know it.

Japanese women are renowned around the world for their natural beauty. Part of the cause is because they invest in high-end anti-aging skin creams, masks and serums. In fact, the Japanese cosmetics market is the second-largest in the world, ahead of countries like China and France.

The other reason is because Japanese women understand the importance of good meals. In Japan, food is to be celebrated. Japanese food is one of only three cuisines recognize by the United Nations as having significant cultural interest, and Tokyo has more top-rated Michelin-starred restaurants than any other city in the world.

Japanese meals are built around seasonal, simple ingredients, gentle spices and clean meats. And it’s meant to be enjoyed and savored by all the senses, including the eyes. By keeping food wholesome and simple, Japanese women don’t just save time. They also nourish their bodies and give their skin everything it needs to slow the signs of aging.

The two Japanese practices go hand in hand, one healing your skin from the outside in, and the other repairing and rejuvenating your skin from the inside out.

Perhaps that’s why, even though Japan is a “super-aging society,” so many of the women you meet have perfect, even complexions and brighter, smoother skin. And even though Japanese women maintain their youthfulness, the culture also recognizes the importance of aging and cherishing our legacies.

“Kame no kou yori toshi no kou,” goes a popular Japanese proverb. Translated literally, it means “Wisdom gotten from age is better than the shell of a tortoise.” The English cultural equivalent is, “Experience is the mother of wisdom.” This is why the Japanese honor, protect and celebrate the older women in their lives through holidays, festivals and cultural institutions.

Take a page from this Japanese proverb. Borrow the wisdom these Japanese women have gained through experience. Follow the anti-aging practices of youthful Japanese women who, despite raising families, working hard and juggling many priorities, still find time to invest in their health and happiness through anti-aging skin treatments and anti-aging meals.

You can, too.

The recipes in this report use authentic ingredients to recreate some of the many meals that Japanese women enjoy in their own homes. You might have tried some in various Japanese restaurants, while others will seem more foreign and exotic. Yet they’re all easy to make in your own kitchen, and each tantalizing Japanese dish includes at least one ingredient that Japanese women have found to pause aging and keep their skin radiant.

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Originally posted 2019-12-05 07:19:47. Republished by Blog Post Promoter



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