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The Japanese are well recognized to have the longest life expectancies in the world. ?Japanese women and men live longer and healthier than everyone else on Earth," says Naomi Moriyama, co-author of Japanese Women Don't Get Old or Fat: Secrets of My Mother's Tokyo Kitchen. One extensive international study, the United Nations World Population Prospects 2006 Revision, listed Japan as first among 194 countries in life expectancy. On the other hand, the United States, even with the best health care in the world, ranked only 34th. Not coincidentally, Japan also has the lowest obesity rate in the urbanized world. Not only can the Japanese expect to live longer but they also live healthier. A native of Japan can anticipate an average of 75 years of healthy living free of disabilities, reports WHO.
In Japan, breakfast is considered to be the most powerful meal of the day. A typical breakfast menu consists of rice, egg or fish, vegetables, fruit, green tea and miso soup. The salubrious effect of Miso soup has received increased attention in recent years. Traditionally added to Miso soup is the extraordinary seaweed known as Wakame. So revered is this seaweed that the Japanese say, ?Wakame is food and medicine combined?. It has been consumed by the Japanese as much as ten thousand years ago, long known for its beneficial health qualities.

One of the primary ways in which fucoidan can benefit your health is in its ability to interact with, and modulate the immune system.The ability of a substance to modulate the immune system is extremely useful.
Modulation is a term used to describe the process of reducing the extremes of cellular activity – either stimulation or inhibition. Immune modulating substances have the ability to work in both directions. They can boost the immune system when it is depressed (referring to conditions such as chronic fatigue) and can also suppress the immune system when it is over-stimulated (such as in the case of autoimmune diseases like lupus or rheumatoid arthritis).

Most immune modulating agents work by improving inter-cellular communication. One way that cells communicate is by presenting on their surface complex, information-rich protein (glycoprotein) macromolecules linked with molecules of saccharides or sugars (polysaccharides). An inter-cell “message” depends on the structure of saccharides.
For example, one message might tell a cell to start producing specific chemicals, and another message might tell a cell when to divide. Cells have glycoprotein receptor molecules, which can read messages from other cells and respond accordingly.
The immune system depends heavily on this kind of communication to co-ordinate cellular defense, apoptosis, cell attack and repair processes. When any of saccharides required to build capable glycoprotein – and thereby to pass on a correct message – is missing, the quality of that communication is jeopardized.

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