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Japanese Guts Are Made for Sushi

cremeglace (1646593) writes | more than 4 years ago

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cremeglace (1646593) writes "Americans don't have the guts for sushi. At least that's the implication of a new study, which finds that Japanese people harbor enzymes in their intestinal bacteria that help them digest seaweed enzymes that North Americans lack. What's more, Japanese may have first acquired these enzymes by eating bacteria that thrive on seaweed in the open ocean."
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