This chewy gelatinous food comes from the root of the Konjac plant.
It was introduced to Japan as a medicine in the sixth century, and is often referred to euphemistically as a broom for the intestines.
Fills you up with almost no calories as Konnyaku is 97% water and 3% Glucomannan, a form of soluble fiber.
Soya beans are a species of legume native to East Asia and have a mild nutty flavor.
Edamame are immature soybeans in the pod.
Growth and repair of the body tissues
Provides all the essential amino acids that the body is unable to synthesize on its own, making it a great substitute for animal products which contain more saturated fat.
Lion’s Mane is a medicinal mushroom, dating back several hundreds of years in China, Japan and Korea.
When cooked, its texture is often compared to shrimp or lobster.
Boosting Immunity, Memory and Mood
Stimulates immune system and boosts white blood cell count to help healing process. This nerve regenerating mushroom also helps to fight dementia and Alzheimer’s
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