Miso

To Eat Soy, or Not to Eat Soy: What You Need to Know

…fermented soy foods, such as natto, miso, and tempeh, are considered to have enormous health benefits when consumed in moderate amounts—far more than the super-processed soy products now consumed in the West. Studies of Japanese people who eat fermented miso have shown that they have far less cancer…

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Aftermath of Japan: How to Protect Against Radiation

…World War II. * Miso, which is another great chelator used in WWII, contains a binding agent known as zybicolin which eliminates radioactive elements from the body, maintains intestinal flora, and helps neutralize Cobalt 60 by providing B12. To prepare miso soup: combine ‎1 C. miso paste, 1 C. water…

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The Ultimate Health-Boosting Soup

There’s nothing like a warm bowl of soup on a cold winter’s day, and if you make it miso (pronounced mee-so) you’ll not only take the chill off but give your health an incredible boost. Miso, which is made from soybeans, sea salt, and sometimes rice or barley, is full of enzymes that support digestive…

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12 Foods To Include in a Heart Healthy Diet Plan

…and generally protects the heart. * Asparagus contains folic acid, which helps reduce hardening of the arteries. * Soy-based foods (tofu, tempeh, miso and other soy products) and sea vegetables (seaweed) contain magnesium and linolenic acid. Magnesium helps protect against cardiac arrhythmia, and linolenic…

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