Japanese edible slimes are nothing new.
In fact, they’re a very popular food in Japan.
But for a lot of people, they are also an addictive food.
In a study conducted by researchers at the Tokyo University of Science and Technology and the Institute of Food Science and Forestry, it was found that a Japanese-made edible slime, known as yucca, was actually much less addictive than the same substance found in the United States.
According to the study, which was published in the Journal of Food Safety, consuming a large amount of yuccas was linked to a decrease in blood pressure, while a single serving of the Japanese edible was linked with a decreased risk of heart attack.
The study also found that eating a single yuacane (or “juice”) was linked only to a slight decrease in heart rate.
So why is that?
Researchers say that the Japanese-produced edible slime may have more to do with its taste than its taste.
The researchers said that the edible slime was made with a variety of ingredients that include soybean oil, soy protein, and egg white, which is used in a variety for making sauces and soups.
According the researchers, these ingredients may have contributed to the increase in the heart-rate-lowering effect.
The yuacs were also made from soybean, egg, and sugar, which may have had the same effect on the heart, researchers said.
They concluded that the yuacas are not a particularly bad food.
But if you’re looking for a fun, nutritious alternative, consider buying a few Japanese edible yuaca-flavored snacks.