Miso Soup: The Bowl of Soup that Heals
Miso has been a staple in Chinese and Japanese diets dating back approximately 2,500 years. Traced from ancient China, where it was known as hisio, a seasoning prized by aristocrats, miso was perfected in Japan from the 7th century to current day.
Today, most of the Japanese population begins their day with a warm bowl of miso soup to stimulate digestion and energize the body. When purchasing miso, avoid the pasteurized version and spend your money on the live enzyme-rich product, which is also loaded with beneficial microorganisms. As long as you choose unpasteruized miso, you will be getting the benefits of live friendly microflora for the health of your inner ecosystem.
While it was once thought that soy was the reason for the low rates of heart disease, breast and prostate cancer in Asia, more evidence is now showing us that it is the consumption of traditional fermented soy products (usually eaten every day) that are providing the real benefits.
There are many types of miso, some made with just soy beans and soy koji (called Hatcho miso, a favorite in Japan) and others made with barley and rice. The key to its amazing health benefits is that it must be allowed to ferment from 3 months to 3 years which produces an enzyme-rich food.
Miso is effective in detoxifying and eliminating elements that are taken into the body through industrial pollution, radioactivity and artificial chemicals in the soil and food system.
Miso soup has been a popular dish in Chinese and Japanese culture, where most people eat the well-known bowl of soup on a regular basis. While it’s a delicious meal, research studies have demonstrated that miso soup offers a variety of benefits. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.
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