What are the benefits of miso?

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There are many different types and colors of miso, from white to brown to red, each with its own flavor and intensity. Japanese people like to use different types of miso in different menu, such as miso soup, meat sauces, salad dressings, and dips.

Some research studies have found that Miso may be beneficial to the body in the following ways:UFABET 

Helps the digestive system work well.

Rich in Probiotics obtained from fermenting beans or rice with koji germ that contains Aspergillus Oryzae , thus helping to balance the digestive system. Improves intestinal function And may help reduce the risk of gastrointestinal diseases such as chronic inflammatory bowel disease. 

Additionally, eating miso may Helps the body absorb nutrients better. This is because miso’s fermentation process for the beans may reduce anti-nutritional substances. (Antinutrients), which are substances that inhibit the absorption of nutrients found in soybeans.

Helps in the functioning of the immune system

The probiotics help strengthen the intestinal microflora. Inhibits the growth of germs in the body and helps the immune system work better. They help prevent illness and help the body recover faster from colds and infections. However, different strains of probiotics have different benefits for the body.

May help lower blood pressure 

One study found that eating high-sodium miso did not increase blood pressure and heart rate. compared to eating Other foods that are high in sodium  This is because the substances in miso inhibit the activity of the sympathetic nerve (Sympathetic Nervous), which causes blood pressure levels and heart rate to decrease.