The world is a very purine food world, according to Japanese scientists.
The researchers say they have found that the Japanese people consume a lot of low purine foods.
They are often made with a lot less purines, which is a common ingredient in high-purine foods like meat.
The Japanese eat a lot more meat and poultry than other countries.
But the scientists say they are not sure if this is because of the meat or the poultry, or both.
“There are a lot purines in fish, but that is not the same as purines that are in meat,” Professor Matsuyuki Yamada, a researcher at Kyoto University in Japan, told Al Jazeera.
“We do not know what they are doing.
We need to look at how the meat is made, the fish is made and what kind of cooking techniques the fish are using to get rid of the purines,” he added.
Korean researchers have found high levels of purines among Japanese people, with up to three times as much as the Japanese consume in a day.
But Yamada said it was possible the Japanese diet was contaminated by high levels in the food they eat.
“What the Japanese do is they don’t know the ingredients.
They don’t even know which vegetables they use to prepare their food.
The food is not cooked properly,” he said.”
When we ask them, they say that they don.
They think that it’s because they are purines-eaters,” he explained.”
They have a different diet than we do, and the difference is that they have been eating a lot, but they are consuming less purins, which means they are getting rid of more purines.
They have purines and purines.”
Korean scientists say their study was not a study on whether the Japanese were purines eaters, but rather on how the Japanese eat, and whether it is a healthy diet.
But some Japanese scientists believe their results are misleading.
The study, which was published in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology, said that the amount of purine in foods is dependent on the type of purinoic acid.
It is possible that Japanese people eat more purinosic acid than Japanese people do, or that their diets contain more purinoate, the researchers said.
But, it is unclear how much of the food the Japanese have eaten in the past, and their diet could change.
The Japanese government has not commented on the findings.