06/04/2018 by Admin 0 Comments
Miso: Fermented Seasoning That Rich of Benefits
Hi Friends of SlimGourmet! For people who love Japanese foods, they familiar with seasoning called miso. However, do you know that miso not only tasty but also beneficial to your health?
Miso is a Japanese common seasoning made from fermented boiled soybeans, rice, or mixed of them and salt. In 100 grams miso contains 198 calorie, 11.7 grams protein, 6 grams fat, 26.5 grams carbohydrate and some minerals & vitamins such as phosphor, copper, zinc, mangan, vitamin B, vitamin K2, and others.
Vitamin K2 and phosphor in miso have benefit in bones. Zinc in miso also can help in building body immunity, treating diarrhea, and acts as a good nutrition for your hair. Unpasteurized miso contains good probiotics that can help in protecting digestive system and increasing body immune system. Vitamin B, zinc, and copper in miso play a good role for neuron and brain health. Miso also contains nutrient called choline. Choline is important to form neuron cells in brain as well as build neurotransmitter called acetylcholine that has function in saving new memories. Antioxidants content in miso also can help against free radicals in your body to prevent cancer.
There are many benefits in miso, aren’t there? You can have all of those benefits in SlimGourmet Japanese cuisine menu, like in this week’s menu, we have Tamago Miso Soup. Hope you like it!
Let’s live healthy, happy, and prosperous with SlimGourmet!