When it comes to eating in Japan, there’s a Japanese diet that doesn’t get mentioned much
Time title It’s no secret that Japanese people are not very picky about what they eat, and that’s a good thing.
But according to a new study from the Japan Food and Agriculture Organization, the country does not get a lot of attention when it comes time to eat.
According to the study, more than 80 percent of Japanese adults consume some form of a Japanese-style diet.
They’re mostly middle-aged, overweight, and in poor health.
This type of diet, which is usually referred to as a “japanese” diet, is not only popular in Japan but is also popular around the world.
But why are Japanese people choosing a Japanese version of a diet that is not popular elsewhere?
According to the report, there are many reasons for that.
According the researchers, Japanese are less likely to have a regular job than their Western counterparts, which makes it more difficult for them to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Also, Japanese food tastes better because of the “sushi culture,” which involves using the Japanese cuisine in order to get the most out of it.
The Japanese also have a strong sense of family loyalty, which helps them maintain their Japanese-like lifestyle.
This all leads to a culture where the Japanese have their own version of what is considered a healthy diet.
As a result, it is harder for other nations to adopt the same, but more palatable, diet.
While the study is based on Japanese data, it could be useful to the wider world as well.
The Japan Food & Agriculture Organization is conducting a global survey to look at what people in other countries eat, as well as how their diets are changing.
According, Japanese people who eat a Japanese style diet tend to be wealthier, healthier, have higher levels of education, have a higher average level of exercise, and have lower levels of smoking.