There are a handful of spots in the world where lifestyles, and in all honesty, food choices alone, make for the highest rate of individuals who reach the age of 100 and beyond.
They’re known as “Blue Zones,” and for 20 years, National Geographic writer Dan Buettner has been studying the habits behind these populations’ longevity, often pulled up around their dinner tables. Why Blue Zones? Simply because the exploration into the mystery of longevity began with blue circles drawn on a map.
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