by on October 22, 2019
You could say that folks who live in Blue Zones are winning at life. It’s not unusual for some residents of Okinawa, Japan; Sardinia, Italy; Nicoya, Costa Rica; and Icaria, Greece, to live upwards of 100 years. And while it’s their holistically-minded lifestyle that accounts for their centenarian reputation, their diets are a major, major part of that. The Longevity Plan author John Day, MD, has lived among various Blue Zone populations, and he says that their “keep it simple” approach to nutrit...
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by on October 15, 2019
Should you eat red meat or not? A dietitian explains the latest nutrition science on meat, eggs and butter Is it OK to eat red and processed meat — and what about eggs and butter? A registered dietitian clears up the nutrition confusion Recent headlines and a new study seem to suggest that we’ve overturned nutrition science and eating recommendations once again — this time around red and processed meat consumption. If it feels like we can’t make up our minds about how to eat well, it’s because ...
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