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Development of healthy longevity meal and health supplement based on the Japanese diet

update:2017-01-23
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We studied the health function of the Japanese diet, and clarified that the Japanese diet from 1975 has the function of reducing stress, obesity, diabetes, fatty liver, dementia, cancer, and aging speed. And, with various evaluation systems, we clarified the characteristics of 1975 Japanese diet (Fig.1). The various findings obtained in this research are a considerable advantage in developing health foods, which helps to develop healthy longevity meals and health supplements.

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In addition to research on functionality of foods, the identification of functional ingredients by simultaneous analysis of meals and ingredients (Fig.2) and the identification of ingredients that improve the balance of intestinal flora better (Fig.3) are also possible.

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Graduate School of Agriculture

TSUDUKI, Tsuyoshi , Associate Professor
Doctor of Agriculture

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Related Information

・K. Yamamoto, S. E, Y. Hatakeyama, Y. Sakamoto, T. Honma,Y. Jibu, Y. Kawakami, T. Tsuduki, The Japanese diet from 1975 delays senescence and prolongs life span in SAMP8 mice, Nutrition, 32(1), 2016, 122-128.
・Tsuduki T, Influence of Japanese food on senility and health maintenance, Yakugaku Zasshi, 135(1), 2015, 57-65.
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