Some medical researchers believe that Yuzuri Hara, known as The Village of Long Life, and its residents may hold the key to anti-aging secrets: the local diet that is unique to the village. Unlike other regions of Japan that grow rice, Yuzuri Hara’s hilly terrain is better suited to harvesting different carbohydrates that may prove healthier: things like satsumaimo, a type of sweet potato; satoimo, a sticky white potato; konyaku, a gelatinous root vegetable concoction; and imoji, a potato root.
The Secret Ingredient
Dr. Toyosuke Komori, the town doctor who has studied and written books on longevity in Yuzuri Hara, believes these locally grown starches help stimulate the body’s natural creation of a substance called hyaluronic acid, or HA, which aging bodies typically lose. This may ward off the aging process by helping the cells of the body thrive and retain moisture, keeping joints lubricated, protecting the retina in eyes and keeping skin smooth and elastic. “I have never seen anyone suffer from skin cancer here,” he says. “I have seen a woman in her 90s with spotless skin.”
One of Japan’s leading pharmaceutical companies began researching and developing a pill supplement containing hyaluronic acid. The company tested the pills on 1,000 people, and said roughly half reported smoother skin, less fatigue and better eyesight.
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Omega 3 essential fatty acids are named ‘essential’ because they cannot be synthesised by the body and must be obtained through our diet.
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Watch this review - and come back soon for a candid appraisal of this potentially natural wonder - Citrus Bergamot maybe just a citrus fruit - but its a powerful supplement or maybe even a viable alternative to statins as a controlling factor in cholesterol medication... watch this space!.