macrobiotic diet

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Noun1.macrobiotic diet - a diet consisting chiefly of beans and whole grainsmacrobiotic diet - a diet consisting chiefly of beans and whole grains
vegetarianism - a diet excluding all meat and fish
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Shamadi, the main restaurant, serves macrobiotic cuisine. The ingredients are absolutely organic and the cuisine fuses Mediterranean with Japanese traditions.
Well, it seems that a century or so ago kosher food was on the verge of becoming the macrobiotic cuisine among Christians in Europe and America.
While there are numerous Japanese restaurants in Singapore, Ko Japanese Restaurant at InterContinental Singapore is the place to savour macrobiotic cuisine. Macrobiotics is an approach to physical and emotional wellness through consuming foods that are balanced energetically and nutritionally.