Infusions are extremely good for the body. However,
they must be consumed under the guidance of experts
who know about their specific functions.
Daikon is low in calories. Its properties favour the digestive system, it is an antiseptic and it boosts the immune system. It's a basic part of Japanese food and macrobiotic cuisine and it is currently a very popular ingredient in many sushi dishes. It is also used to season soups, including miso soup. It is served with tempuras, where it's mixed with the sauce, or in soy sauce served with Japanese hamburgers. The name Daikon comes from two Japanese words, "Dai" which means long and "Kon" which means root. Daikon contains glucose, fructose, cellulose and different amounts of starch which makes it a good source of energy and fibre. It contains a lot of vitamins and minerals (it's rich in vitamin C, vitamins from the B group, provitamin A and minerals like iron, potassium, magnesium, sodium, phosphorous and calcium). It has excellent toning, diuretic and alkalizing properties and it has enzymes which favour digestion. Apart from its nutritional value, when consumed daily it has many other benefits; it eliminates mucus, kidney stones and animal waste from the body, thus it purifies the organism, so it should be taken regularly, a small quantity with every meal. Modern-day eating habits with excess sugar, fat, meat, refined flour and low quality oils give rise to a great many fat deposits in the basic organs and the energy meridians and this then hinders or even stops the flow of energy through these channels.
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