How is Washoku different from Japanese Blue Zones’ Diet? Japanese Blue Zones were discovered by Dr Shoji Kondo between 1935 and 1971, and the people in those long-lived villages were eating a lot of vegetables, seaweeds, soybeans, rice with barley, sweet potatoes and taros. Is that the same as Washoku?
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