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Mexico is the main supplier for the West Coast, while drug cartels from South America have supply lines into the East Coast and Midwest. As for the rest of the world, Southwest Asia fulfills their drug habits. The Netherlands is consistently one of the healthiest countries in the world, and in 2013 had an obesity rate of only 12 percent.

The country has high taxes which pay for a range of social programs, including healthcare. The government is also willing to enact policies which encourage the population to eat healthier foods. So are the fittest, healthiest, and most successful among us who still make time for habits that prime them for, well, more health, happiness, and success. So copy them. > Which Coast in the U.S.

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  • I think the main problem with this is that it presumes correlation is equivalent to causation. It’s easy to be optimistic when you are a millionaire. What would be more interesting would be to monitor poor people for their habits and then see in ten years which once correlated with wealth building.

  • Check out the stomach and colorectal cancer rates they have from eating so much raw fish… Japanese cuisine is pretty healthy other than the raw fish and abundance of fried dishes, but the healthiest and most balanced is by far the Mediterranean.

  • By your definition, meat eaters are people with no diet. Therefore, that doesn’t limit carbs intake. You should’ve compared with carnivores or Keto people, people who eat meat is wayyy too vague.

  • Of course the poor guys trapped in the grindhouses don’t believe in optimism or telling the truth they’re stuck working under beancounters and have no tangible influence over the success/failure of the company. They captain and the guy rowing the boat have decidedly different outlooks on life.

  • Everything you mentioned I agree 100%, if to add a bit what is not covered here, Japanese side or main dishes in a restaurant or house a like, there is a added substance that is not nutritious and many people are unaware of, the cane sugar. Since in many recipes main seasoning mostly comes from soy sauce(like Italians have tomato sauce), and to make that soy sauce work sugar is almost always accompanied with it. In general dishes like, kyudong, sukiyaki, tamagoyaki onigiri, even in sush rice, shougayaki, curry rice, and many fermented vegetable kinds as well basically contain cane sugar from small few teaspoons to many tablespoons per single serving. Not all but definately many many of their meal contain pure sugar unlike Italian or French recipes. And the sugary desert especially traditional ones like using anko are not to mention, maybe a big surpurise to most foreigners bcs of its high content of sugar and HFCS.
    Japanese may have their own health issues like increasing diabetes, but overall it seems they are staying slim I guess due to eating more seafoods and fermented vegetables including beans, smaller portion, active lifestyle, and eating less junk food for their meal.

  • The secret why East Asian people live long is the consumption of “tea”. Tea is very common beverage in east Asia. It’s their elixir. Whatever your custom diet, if you drink tea regular as water you’ll stay fit can live long. Too much rice can cause diabetes btw.

  • eAtInG aNimaLs iS WrOng mCdOnAlDs HurTing Animal Is WRonG mCdoNalDs SHaREeeE thIs SonGG AnD ChAngE uR eNtiRe meNu to Be VeGAn From Now oN

  • The biggest problem in my opinion with meat eating is the environmental disaster it causes. It contributes to global warming, humans deforest 90% of the Amazon for cattle, we cultivate more crops for cows than for humans, we use more water for cows than for humans, and many more problems.

  • Cancer frequency by country statistics means nothing. NOTHING. As of 2018, turkey surpassed japan in cancer rarity. Only in paper because nost people arent able to afford efficient cancer diagnosis.

  • only 1000 people died from corona virus in Japan as of Aug 20 2020. 160,000 death in US. Citizens of US must think about getting healthy….

  • One of my McDonald’s experiences in US. The American lined up in front of me was ordering a Big Mack meal. When the clerk asked him for the size, he answered without hesitation, Large. After that, they asked him would you like something to drink? He was thinking for a long time and finally answered, “Diet Coke”.

  • because they don’t stuff their faces with sugar. They eat lean meat, vegetables and grainy food. Turns out if you eat non sugary food, walk alot and drink water everyday people tend to be healthy.

  • LOL, When I eat fruit n shiat like a normal person, they said woa are you on diet?
    I belike: No! I’m not, but maybe you should LMAO

  • I definitely don’t think walking is what keeps them slim. I live in Toronto and most people walk everywhere bc traffic and parking is an actual nightmare, but our obesity rates are still high �� it’s the Japanese eating habits that keeps them slimmer. I’ve noticed Japanese soda has less sugar than American/Canadian sodas too, so even if they do drink soda, it has less sugar in it.

  • I learned that the gligadin in wheat is because it was secretly gmoed in the sixties. That it was weaponized to attack the thyroid as a hormone mimicker. Think depopulation agenda.

  • y r most of them r lonely and depressed? Human being more than just healthy foods,but healthy mind and hearr. Japanese got 1/3 of whats right.

  • Eat real foods. If it has more than four ingredients skip it.

    There are no essential carbohydrates needed in the human diet!

    Opposite of what the rubbish USDA food pyramid states there is absolutely no need for fruits, potatoes, grains or other toxins! These only benefit the bottom lines of Big Ag, Big Pharma and Big Medical insurances!

  • I really love Japanese food but there is only one izakaya in our country and the ingredients for such foods are not as easy to obtain, on the other hand, western foods are way easier to obtain but really unhealthy, and the fact that these foods were heavily influenced and promoted from the west, there is the increase of processed food and fast-food restaurants in my country

  • I lived in Japan for two years. The restaurants were excellent and I frequently purchased fresh fish and seafood from our local open air market nearly every day on Sagami Bay in Akia. Even vender food was fresh and superior. I loved fresh stir fried squid and really miss abalone and snails that I used to eat frequently. The Kobi steak was the best I ever have had. Everyone drank fermented coconut milk drink that was 3% alcohol. I rarely ever consumed processed foods there. Once living back in the USA after several decades I gained weight ended up with pre diabetes, and ended up with quadruple by pass surgery. Soon after I started the Keto life style, lost 70 pounds, stopped eating sugar and processed food and have never felt better. No more processed food or sugar for me.

  • We are not designed to eat meat. Simple as that. There’s no way around it. We don’t have the teeth or stomach for it. Or the need for that matter.

  • I don’t find it a stretch to say none of these people had most of these habits prior to being wealthly. Kudos to their success though.

  • I’m asian and the “smaller portion size” meals make me super full lol. Those were whole meal sets right there and there are a la carte to order too so I typically order a la carte. How much do Americans eat!?

  • If the world all ate like Japan there would be so much more healthy people. Lovely place to live, it’s so hard to find a healthy meal outside in the UK, compared to Japan. In Japan it’s the norm, in the UK you have to look around just to find a keto meal

  • Dude you’re making me hungry that looks so delicious. And when you told me what it was, it didn’t anymore ���� still looks interesting though, would love to try some of that!

  • They aren’t healthy. Obesity and cancer rates has no connection to micronutrient amount. I’d like to see their chromium levels, or boron levels.

  • In Japan, if you are overweight, your company will need to pay extra healthcare to cover your health risk. From another youtube video, it is around 30K or something. So no matter if you want to keep your job as an employee, because your boss might want to hire another employee who doesn’t involve him paying this extra fee, or self-employed and you have to pay this for yourself. Staying lean is the better outcome.

  • I’ve been eating animal organs for years in hongkong and they taste AMAZING if you know how to properly cook them, it’s not hard at all and why people think organs are disgusting??

  • Of all steps mentioned… What is the most important in your opinion? I’ve learned from my experience that being persistent will get you far……….

  • All these are just the first step, everything else comes later. It’s very hard to become rich, need tough skin, grit, keep most of your plan to yourself, and just keep believing. People will doubt, ppl close to you can drag you down. Make it happen in silent, learn to become calm in the mind.

  • Its all fun and games until your boss considers himself successful and wants you to “succeed with him” by adding personal goals into your work load.

  • should an intelligent humane extra terrestrial species ever pass by earth, they would stop by drop a organic life cleanser and move on… come back later and settle

  • Having wealth means having all of your needs met. This allows the wealthy to focus on health and longterm goals or strategic planning. The poor are able to focus and plan as well but, may not be able to execute. What they do with that challenge is usually what separates the rich from the poor, not individual quirks.

  • Of course they are healthy, their life is so interesting and fun, rather than us just sitting on a couch or a mattress or whatever you’re on playing video games and eat snack or stuff full of oil and even chemicals

  • The implication of this video is that having these habits/attitudes predisposes a person to becoming rich. However, it could easily be the case that becoming rich predisposes a person to these habits/attitudes.

  • wut hapends if you only eta fruet sallad �������������������������������� with this stuf it it would you live hellthy life off of it

  • Being a positive person is the secret to have whatever life you want to live. Even just believing your a lucky person and great things always go your way will ultimately force the universe to confirm to your reality. Because even when bad things happen to you it never affects your attitude which ultimately affects your confidence and happiness which lead you to make better decisions that won’t compound your bad luck and make it even worse. Fake it till you make it and even if you don’t make it eventually you will have faked it for so long that it becomes habbit and suddenly your no longer having to fake it because now you just are that way by habbit.