1. Enzyme drink (or granular supplement)
Along with the chaos of normal life and the stress of aging, enzymes, the basis for vitality, gradually becomes harder to create.
In order to supplement those enzymes, there has been a boom in enyzme supplements, either drinks like the one in the picture or in granular form.
There are people who take it for weight loss purposes, but others drink it to help with constipation or to just improve their overall health.
Busy Japanese people drink it as an addition to their daily meals as well as to lose weight.
2. Leg Magic
70% of your body’s muscles are concentrated in the lower half of your body. For that purpose, this home-gym machine ranks high on the list that people use to train their leg muscles.
Because it doesn’t take up much space, it’s perfect for Japanese people’s narrow homes.
It’s very simple to use and you can do it while you watch TV.
4. Protein diet
One diet method that promotes muscle formation is to proactively take in protein.
These protein diets come from various different companies and producers.
One of the most popular methods to incorporate these into your diet is to mix them with cow’s milk and drink it in place of one meal every day.
This way, it becomes a really easy addition to a busy workweek when you can have one for breakfast.
5. Diet zousui (seasoned rice gruel)
Zousui is already known as a healthy Japanese meal.
Among those are these easily-made zousui products that are very low in calories, since making zousui from scratch just for yourself is kind of annoying.
There are various kinds of pre-made zousui, from packs that are heated in the microwave or versions where you mix it with hot water, so you can easily find a product you like best.