For sushi lovers who are also on a healthy eating plan, it can be challenging to find places where you can enjoy Japanese cuisine without compromising your diet. Many restaurants offer reduced carb options that allow you to enjoy sushi, rice and noodle dishes while staying in control of your calorie intake. Second Nature Sushi Naked is one such place, offering a wide range of sushi, seafood and vegetables.

The restaurant specializes in nigiri, hand rolls and tempura and is run by an experienced chef who is passionate about bringing high quality sushi to the area. The chefs take great pride in their work and make every effort to ensure that the food is fresh, tasty and prepared in a safe manner.

Besides the standard selection of sushi, the menu also includes some more exotic offerings like nyotaimori, which involves serving up sushi off the back of a woman. While this is not an entirely new concept (nyotaimori was reportedly popular among some members of the old-school Japanese organized crime syndicate), it has become more of an urban fad in recent years, thanks to Las Vegas’ penchant for excess and spectacle.

But despite the sexism and misogyny that has been associated with the practice, nyotaimori seems to be gaining popularity worldwide. Its appeal lies in the fusion of culinary expertise, artistic flair and personal bonding that comes with consuming sushi off a nude body.

As a result, it has also become a part of the entertainment scene in cities such as Los Angeles, where nyotaimori is a common sight at cabarets and clubs. In fact, Kanye West recently celebrated his 46th birthday by incorporating the nude sushi service into the event, upsetting the internet in the process.

While Kanye’s celebration was obviously a publicity stunt, the trend has actually been around for quite some time, with several restaurants and caterers in the US offering nyotaimori services. However, according to an expert in the field, this is a dangerous and unsafe practice that should be avoided.

So what is the answer to this dilemma? Well, if you are going to go for nyotaimori, make sure the food is well-cooked, as raw fish has a high risk of bacteria. It’s also best to opt for nigiri and hand rolls that don’t come into direct contact with the skin, as this will reduce your risk of infection. Other safe alternatives include nigiri and hand rolls on bamboo leaves or a plate. It is also a good idea to avoid eating raw oysters, clams and mussels, as they can contain bacteria that cause food poisoning. It’s also a good idea to wash your hands after each bite of sushi. Finally, it’s a good idea to avoid drinks that contain sugar or artificial sweeteners. Instead, go for unsweetened green tea or iced water, as these will help prevent stomach infections.