Okinawa (Japan) island is known as land of the immortal and is publicly recognized that its citizens live longer than almost anyone else on Earth (Tom Levitt, HuffPost, February 21, 2019). Their traditional local diets contain low-calorie, high-carbohydrate (mainly from the sweet potatoes), moderate-protein and nutrient-rich are highlighted by scientists and dietitians as one of the healthiest dietary regimes. Sweet potatoes, green leafy or yellow root vegetables, tofu, goya (bitter melon) and turmeric are some of the widely used alternates for Okinawians in order to achieve their healthy lifestyle. Goya, or better known as the bitter melon, is famously known for its ability to absorb the southern sun to help get through blazing summer days. Goya is grown drenched under the scorching sun of Okinawa field, allowing it to be rich in vitamin C, ?-carotene, vitamin B1 and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus and iron. Okinawa Goya Tablet is a good addition to boost your daily vitamin/dietary supplements.