What Happen To Body after Eat Sushi

Sushi is one of the most popular delicacies made by the Japanese cuisine, it consists of fresh raw fish companied with cooked and seasoned rise shaped into a piece of art. Sushi is so popular in some cities that its restaurants can be found on every street’s corner.

Unfortunately we are not here to sell you how amazing sushi is! On the contrary; this article is about how dangerous consuming sushi could be. Sushi lovers who find it to be a gate way into the Japanese perfection obsessed culture with all its wonders should know that not all sushi is created the same and knowing where every ingredient came from and how it is prepared could be the different between an enjoyable meal and some nasty consequences.

Not So Healthy

Sugar is the last thing that comes into mind when thinking about sushi, and at the rate of about one table spoon per a cup of rise, it doesn’t look like much. However as white rice degrades in the digestive system it turns into a form of sugar, in addition to high amount of sugar added to the sauces you can find yourself with amounts of sugar matching those in a cup of coke rather than a healthy meal.

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