Natto, notorious for its distinctive smell and stickiness, is widely used in Japan. Along with other ingredients such as tororo and okra, and it is hard for Malaysians to imagine that such slimy food is so frequently served Japanese dining tables. They don't look so appetizing and are tricky to eat since they are so sticky and gooey. Maybe many of you are wondering why Japanese like to eat them? Let's introduce the health benefits of each sticky ingredient.