I have started eating rice porridge (a little thicker than the day before).
When I start eating solid food, I fell more grateful for what I eat.
8:00 A glass of carrot-apple juice.
12:00 Rice porridge, Tofu, Miso-soup with radish, graded radish, pickles, Natto (fermented soy beans)
The number of side dish increases.
15:00 Tea time. I enjoyed Rose hip tea(herb tea).
17:00 Rice porridge, lemon flabor sweet potato, soba noodle, Miso-soup with clam, boiled black beans, pickles (radish)
With salted plum.
The fluctuation of my weight: 1st day, 45.6 kilogram, 6th day, 44.8 kilogram.
A little decrease.
Every-time I stay here, I participate in Dr. Ishihara’s lecture.
He talks about health and nutrition.
The talk is almost the same in every year, but
his talk is very interesting, so I keep attending it.
The gist of his talk
- The 1st cause of death of the Japanese people : cancer. Almost two out of three persons suffer from this chronic disease.
- The 2nd：Cardiovascular disease, the ３rd：Pneumonia among the death, some people die from chemotherapy for cancer.
- The survivors of cancer does exercise. It is very important for you to keep your muscle in your body.
- 4th：stroke 5th：Aging
- Man is what you eat. “every disease is caused by the stain of blood” Excretion is significant in preventing the stain of stomach. You should avoid big breakfast.
- The cause of disease: ①overeating,②Lack of exercise、③stress, ④hypothermia、⑤chemical pollutant
- Since salt is strong in vital energy, you should take more salt.
- The tips in your future health: more exercise, increase your body temperature, eat healthy food (less high fat food).
His talk was three hours long. Very energetic man!
I took a walk after lunch.
Today’s goal is : Ikeda Museum of 20th Century Art.
It took me 20min. from the Sanatorium(Dr. Ishihara’s health resort)
Characteristics of the permanent collection
The permanent collection consists of approximately 1,400 pieces centering on 20th century paintings and sculptures based on a theme of “humanity”. On permanent display inside the museum are epics and excellent works by international masters including Renoir, Bonnard, Picasso, Matisse, Léger, Chagall, Warhol, Miro, Dali, and de Kooning. Special exhibitions are also held every three months in the first floor exhibition room. (from the Museum HP)
You can take pictures of the fine arts as far as you follow the guideline here.
Presently, the theme of the collections displayed is: Blue
I could enjoy the museum since it was not crowded, and it had spacious room for the arts.
It was sunny and warm to walk back to my hotel.
After some tea time, I took a bath(hot spring) as always, studied English.
I enjoyed the museum, wrote blogs, and studied English.
Thank god I had a peaceful day…