【Recipe】Sweet sake for lowering cholesterol


Resistant protein is the protein that you cannot digest in the intestine. It works similarly to fibres. Friendly bacteria in the gut ferment the resistant protein and produce short chain fatty acids.

Sakekasu (Sake lee), tofu, natto beans, buckwheat, and rice contain resistant protein.

The resistant protein attaches to the cholesterol particles and removes them from your body.




Sake kasu (Sake lee)  50g

Water  200g

R's KOSO  1 Tablespoon

Add sweetener of your choice such as maple syrup and honey if you like



1, Pour the water into the pan and add sake kasu.

2, Bring to a simmer and stir until well combined

3, Remove the mixture from the stove and let it cool 

4, Add R's KOSO. Add sweetener if you like sweeter :)

*Sake kasu contains 8% of alcohol. If you are not fan of alcohol, boil at least 5 minutes to remove alcohol. 




You might also be interested in this blog:

"My cholesterol miraculously went down" Yasuko's experience with R's KOSO


Let's get started! 


Eriko Shintani

Certified holistic nutritionist/Holistic nutrition advisor

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vegefuldays/

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