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Gut life is something we hear a lot about these days.
Many people today are constipated and many are concerned about how to stimulate bowel movement. It is said that a healthy bowel improves physical condition and skin tone, and is also effective for beautiful skin and weight loss.
What do I have to do to get the most out of my gut?
So what does intestinal activity entail in the first place?
Intestinal activity here means keeping the bowels in good condition in order to produce stools properly every day. However, it is often the case that you don't produce continuously every day. There are reasons for that.
The main reasons for this are.
(i) Not enough fibre, fermented foods or food in the diet itself.
(iii) Insufficient movement
Yes, very simple! So, if you improve these things, you will be able to have a proper stool every day.
First, write down what you ate once and how much of it you ate, how much water you drank in a day and how much exercise you did. For exercise, it would be a good idea to list the time you walked, the time you spent standing and working, and if you went for a run or to the gym, the time you spent there.
Now, the problem is the food.
It is said that taking vegetables, fruit and seaweed, which are high in fibre, is good for bowel health. However, in reality, it is quite difficult to consume dietary fibre up to the target amount.
According to the Dietary Intake Standards for Dietary Fibre published by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, the recommended daily intake of dietary fibre for Japanese people (aged 18-69) is at least 20 g for men and 16 g for women. However, according to a survey by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, the actual intake is 14.4 g per day, which is still not enough.
For example, the amount of fibre in boiled spinach (per 100 g) is 3.6 g. If you were to consume this up to the standard value every day, it would take a lot of daily cooking.
'Resistant protein', which acts like dietary fibre.
It is quite difficult to get in the standard amount of fibre every day for bowel health. Yet, you still want to regulate your bowels to cure constipation.
If so, how about trying intestinal activity with sake lees, which can be expected to have a bowel regulating effect?
Sake lees contain a protein called 'instant protein ', which acts like dietary fibre. Resistant protein is a nutrient that adsorbs fat in the stomach and makes stools smooth. It is said to have an intestinal regulating effect, whereby the food eaten passes directly through the intestines and is expelled.
Not only that. It is also expected to have a weight-loss effect, as it reduces the absorption of sugar and promotes the elimination of fat. Resistant protein also prevents a rise in blood glucose levels, making it harder to gain weight.
Simply incorporating sake lees into your daily diet may make your regular diet work more effectively.
JOGURT, a lactobacillus-fermented sake lees yoghurt rich in 'resistant protein'.
However, there is a limit to how much sake-kasu you can incorporate into your daily cooking, isn't there? A product recommended for such people is JOGURT, a lactic acid bacteria-fermented sake lees yoghurt.
JOGURT is a plant-based yoghurt made by adding the same amount of lactic acid bacteria as yoghurt to sake lees. The alcohol is removed by heating the sake lees before the lactic acid bacteria fermentation (*), so people who do not like the distinctive smell of sake lees can use it without worry.
*Alcohol residues should not exceed 1%, but if you are allergic to alcohol, consult your doctor.
Easy to use. There are many recipes for eating it with fruit, making smoothies or amazake. Just put it in a special smoothie machine with your favourite fruit or vegetables and in no time at all, your Sakekasu smoothie is ready. It is easy to take in, so you can continue drinking it every day.
Since I started developing this product, I have noticed a change in the way my stools come out. Since it has made such a difference for me, I am sure it will be useful for everyone's bowel activity as well.
I tend to be constipated and have tried various products, but they don't work. This is the product for those who want to try it. People who are prone to constipation, people who are dieting but are not getting good results, and people who want to regulate their bowels and achieve beautiful skin. Why not treat yourself with sakekasu, which is said to be effective in regulating bowels and dieting?