How Good Is Sushi For Your Health?
The good stuff: brown rice, no mirin, and nori (the seaweed).
- Help reduce chances of developing Type 2 diabetes (which can be brought on by white rice and mirin)
- High in Vit. A and C
- Help reduce cholesterol
- High in magnesium
Click here for a recipe that uses chicken and nori.
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