How Sake Can Support Health
There’s a reason why Sake has been the main drink in Japan for centuries, it’s good for you in moderation BUT never whilst pregnant or breastfeeding!
The world is focusing on health and wellbeing and drinking moderately Sake can really help.
Did you know the facts below:
- GLUTEN FREE – our sake is naturally gluten-free, perfect for those who are sensitive or celiac.
- LOW IN TARTARIC ACID – the acid in wine that causes acid reflux & enamel erosion.
- NO TANNINS & SULFITES – finally a drink that avoids those wine headaches.
- REDUCES CANCER RISKS – the amino acid in Sake has been demonstrated to atrophy some cancer cells in scientific research.
- SUPPORTS THE PREVENTION OF OSTEOPOROSIS – with both Cathepsin-L inhibitors present in the Koji (main ingredient for Sake production) and the Amino acids in Sake, Valine, Leucine and Isoleucine) skeletal muscle is strengthened reducing the risks of developing osteoporosis.
- CARDIAC & CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE – drinking Sake increases urokinase which can assist in preventing blood clots.
- LOWERS HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE – Sake has 9 types of peptides that inhibit the enzymes that cause high blood pressure.
- LOWERS THE RISK OF DEVELOPING ALZHEIMERS DISEASE – Sake has 3 types of peptides that help prevent vascular dementia and Alzheimer’s by inhibiting PEP.
- ALLERGY PREVENTION – atopic eczema can be relieved by applying Sake to the affected area and because Sake and Koji contain elements that inhibit Cathepsis B which causes allergies drinking sake helps prevent allergies from pollen, dust mites and some food types.
- ANTI-AGING – the antioxidants called Ferulic acid in Sake absorb UV light which in combination with the inhibition of Lipid Peroxidation formation help you retain youthful beautiful skin.
- SAKE HELPS WEIGHT MANAGEMENT – containing elements that inhibit the absorption of starch and promote the absorption of protein Sake contains less calories than beer in an equivalent serving.
- SAKE STAYS FRESHER THAN WINE OR BEER! – Once opened stored in a fridge Sake is good to drink for at least 2-3 weeks, so is more economical.