What is a Longetivity Diet?

Heart Disease, Obesity and Cancer plauge millions each year. In modern times many people have lived to 110. And in rare cases age 120. 

How do they achieve this?

Most of the data collected has proven that fortified grains, beans, legumes, and garden vegetables in the diet contribute to this longevity.

Japanese and Mediterranean diets both have elements which assist in disease and cancer prevention. 

The Japanese use rice in their diet with fish, soy, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, beans, nuts, soybeans, carrot, parsley, rosemary, sage, thyme, miso, tempeh, natto and sesame seed oil.

In the Mediterranean diet they eat fish, poultry, olive oil, cereals, couscous, polenta, bulgar, and plenty of vegetables. It is high carbohydrate and low-fat. Moderate drinking and limited red meat intake.


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