There are five “blue zones” on Earth, places with the highest concentration of people over 100 years old; these include Italian Sardinia, Japanese Okinawa, an area in California, Greek Ikaria and Costa Rican Nicoya. The representatives of all regions have similar eating habits, they eat a lot of whole grains and legumes and also regularly drink red wine.
The residents of the regions mentioned above try to avoid some products, such as fast food, which raises blood pressure and cholesterol levels and increases the risk of obesity and heart attack.
Buettner also recommends minimizing the intake of meat (especially red) and meat products (bacon, sausage, etc.).
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