You know, Sushi is a nutritious food including high-quality protein and healthy fats, but it also has some drawbacks that mean it’s best consumed in moderation. If you’d like to make sushi a regular part of your diet, consider trying Sashimi instead – it offers many of the same benefits of sushi, without the drawbacks.
So, today we’d like share with you the simple tutorial on how to make a sushi roll at home. I’ll show you every material that you need to make this nutritious food. Let’s watch now!
Let see 6 health benefits from materials included in Sushi (read more)
Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown in a number of studies to have mood boosting benefits. And that consuming a diet rich in omega-3’s has been shown to reduce the symptoms of depression.
Saké: Amino acids
It is well known that people who drink Japanese saké daily in moderation, have better brain function than people who don’t drink at all. It was also recently discovered that peptide in saké prevents forgetfulness.
Sushi helps your brain create dopamine and norepinephrine that keep you alert. A study in Finland found that people who eat more fish are 31% less likely to suffer from depression.
Sushi rice is often rolled in sesame seeds, loaded with manganese. Manganese is being recognized in it’s ability to help treat PMS and may be able to improve mood swings, depression, tension, and anxiety in women.
Nori: Vitamin C
Nori, which is a form of seaweed that is commonly used to wrap up sushi rolls, contains lots of vitamin C. A study of patients found that receiving extra vitamin C improved their mood & outlook.
Avocados are high in heart healthy fats but they are also great sources of folate (or folic acid). In a review about folic acid, researchers found that adequate folic acid intake may be important in the prevention of depression.