2. Portion control
The Japanese eat from small bowls, with smaller amounts of a variety of dishes at one meal. They are pro and getting more nutrients from different types of foods, and less of the sugars and saturated fats that other World diets are prone to including, especially with their larger plates and portions. If you’re eating at home, try serving yourself a smaller amount than you usually would, and then if you aren’t quite satisfied, you can go back for seconds, guilt-free, because that’s what you’d always planned on doing.