Japanese style braised eel with sauce
In addition to nourishing and strengthening the body and relieving summer heat and tiredness, eating eel also has a variety of effects, such as tonifying deficiency, strengthening yang, expelling wind, brightening the eyes, and eating more eel can also prevent cancer. Experts from Japan and South Korea pointed out that when vitamin A is insufficient, the incidence of cancer will increase. Compared with other foods, eel has a particularly high vitamin a content. Vitamin A can maintain normal vision in development and cure night blindness; It can maintain the normal shape and function of epithelial tissue, lubricate the skin and develop bones. In addition, vitamin E contained in eel can maintain normal sexual function and physiological coordination of hormones, and enhance physical strength in old age. Therefore, eating eel can not only obtain sufficient nutrition, but also eliminate fatigue, strengthen the body, nourish the face, and maintain youth, especially for protecting the eyes and moisturizing the skin.