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Natto & Gym

I had nattō yesterday, my first time! My brother loves nattō but I did not try it with him when I saw him last, he enjoyed it by himself while I watched. It is a traditional Japanese food that is very nutritious. Nattō is actually the richest food source of natural vitamin K2. I will definitely eat it again.



I also joined the gym....it is time to get in shape. Somewhat at least. I barely exercised all of 2016 and the first half of 2017.....but that is in the past. And that feels good.



Now I want some new gym clothes. I think Puma or Lululemon should sponsor me. DUH.....clearly they should!
;-)

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Edward on :

Thanks for mentioning Natto, I totally wasn’t aware of it. Looks like trying some is in my future. :-)

Tatiana on :

You should!
From Wikipedia, "Natto contains no cholesterol and is a significant source of iron, calcium, magnesium, protein, potassium, vitamins B6, B2, E, K2, and more. When Natto is mixed with egg and eaten with rice, Japanese call the dish a perfectly nutritious meal, covering all nutritional needs. Natto is the richest food source of natural K2. Consumption of it is strongly associated with bone health."

Not bad in my opinion.
:-)

Landis Mihara on :

Hi Tatiana,
I don't know too many other people that eat Natto. I've been eating it since I was a kid. Most people can't get past the texture. :-)

Tatiana on :

Landis! ALWAYS nice when you check in here.
Well, the stringy slimy part is a bit off putting to me at least, I try not to focus on that. Yesterday I had natto sushi roll at a Japanese restaurant.
Hugs to you.
:-)

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