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Bean Sprouts and Miso Paste - Japanese Longevity


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#1 sensei

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Posted 06 February 2022 - 05:18 PM

Bean Sprouts (soy and mung) as well as Miso paste, contain significantly (an order of magnitude or more) genistein than beans alone.

Bean sprouts and Miso are both ubiquitous and in combination unique to Northeast Asian and specifically the Japanese diet.

Is the consumption of comparably high levels of genestein from sprouts and Miso responsible for the longevity signal seen in Japanese people?

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