10 scientifically researched benefits of eating miso

1 Feb

miso soup

Even on a raw diet, eating miso has so many benefits it just makes sense to include this on your menu!

You just want to barely warm it up because preserving the enzyme content is important to get all the benefits of Miso.  In my opinion, adding tofu can actually cause more harm than good so just add some spring onions or mushrooms.

The 10 scientifically researched benefits of eating miso

1. Contains all essential amino acids, making it a complete protein.

2. Stimulates the secretion of digestive fluids in the stomach.

3. Restores beneficial probiotics to the intestines.

4. Aids in the digestion and assimilation of other foods in the intestines.

5. Is a good vegetable-quality source of B vitamins (especially B12).

6. Strengthens the quality of blood and lymph fluid.

7. Reduces risk for breast, prostate, lung and colon cancers.

8. Protects against radiation due to dipilocolonic acid, an alkaloid that chelates heavy metals and discharges them from the body.

9. Strengthens the immune system and helps to lower LDL cholesterol.

10. High in antioxidants that protects against free radicals.

Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/10-benefits-and-uses-for-miso.html#ixzz2s2ETAOIW



2 Responses to “10 scientifically researched benefits of eating miso”

  1. quiltykanuck February 1, 2014 at 11:41 am #

    Why would adding a bit of organic tofu do more harm than good?

    • truerebelsgoraw February 1, 2014 at 7:39 pm #

      Soy products in general are known to cause lots of issues with your hormones. Research has found that if you eat some form of soy everyday, you can totally change the timing of your menstrual cycle. Soy is a total fad and the media is convincing many people to switch to soy if they want to be “healthier”. Also, tofu is a procesed version of soy so it is automatically inferior to miso which is fermented, retaining important enzymes that’s helps with digestion.

      On a personal note,when I eat organic tofu, my skin will break out like crazy within days and won’t go away for months. This is an automatic red flag for me so in personally don’t reccomend people eating, once a month is more than enough. If you need more evidence, I will do in depth research and write a blog about it, just let me know.

      On a side note, have you seen the movie Soylent green?

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