Recently the air pollution in all over the world is extremely high, with tiny particles of dust in the air affecting human health. Healthy meal can resist that pollution. Thats why everyone wants to have a good diet to have a healthy and healthy lifestyle. The recent movement associated with health is EAT CLEAN. In this article, I will talk a little bit about the Eat clean method and Eat clean shopping location in Japan.
WHAT IS EAT CLEAN?
Eat clean is eat well and eat enough nutrients from nature such as vegetables, tubers, fruits, seeds, … Eat clean is suitable for all people, different ages, however there will be different recipes to help people achieve their goals such as weight loss, weight gain, etc. The best known method is smoothies (similar to fruit smoothies though naturally added butter, peanuts, …) or oat dishes such as oat porridge, oat cakes, … And especially in this method you will reduce fast food, snacks, fried with lots of fat and replaced with fresh, green and good dishes.
WHERE TO BUY EAT CLEAN STUFFS IN JAPAN
I am currently in Japan, so I find it easy to buy clean food because Japanese people are also very interested in health issues, so nuts are often sold at supermarkets. However, I would like to introduce to you a specialized shop imported from countries in the world in Japan, very convenient for international students who want to find their home country flavor at this place. The shop name is KALDI COFFE FARM. You can search on google maps. In Kyoto has 5 stories: Kyoto City Hall, Kawaramachi Sanjo, AEON MALL Kyoto Station, AEON MALL Katsuragawa station, Fushimi-Momoyama station.
WHAT SHOULD YOU BUY FOR EAT CLEAN
For Eat Clean beginners, you should first familiarize yourself with the nuts, because when you eat, it will replace the usual junk food like a variety of foods to help you get better from inside and outside.
- For example Walnut + Almond + Hạt Chia (good for stomach)+ Cashew
- Peanut Butter (no salt no sugar added)
- Oat original taste with no sugar
- Dried fruits like: Blueberry,…
WHAT INSIDE KALDI COFFE FARM SHOP?
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